San Diego Chargers
The NFL released the schedule of teams for the 2015 season on Tuesday.
The Carson City Council will vote Tuesday on a proposed $1.7 billion NFL stadium project.
A financial analysis projects that a proposed $1.7 billion NFL stadium near Los Angeles would need two teams to call it home to be a steady money-maker for the city where it would be constructed.
A proposed stadium near Los Angeles that could become home for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders hit an early milestone Wednesday.
A proposed stadium near Los Angeles for the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders has moved a step forward.
The NFL’s point man on relocation says that with momentum building for an NFL team to relocate to Los Angeles, “time could be quite short” for San Diego to resolve the contentious issue of building the Chargers a new stadium.
Organizers behind a proposed stadium near Los Angeles that could become home for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced Saturday they reached an important, early benchmark on the path to construction.
The San Diego Chargers have reacted coolly to an advisory group’s recommendation that Mission Valley, not downtown, is the best choice for a new stadium for what is currently Southern California’s only NFL team.
An advisory group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer has decided that the best site for a new stadium for the Chargers is at the site of their current stadium in Mission Valley, not downtown.
Jacoby Jones and the San Diego Chargers have agreed on a two-year deal , the team announced Friday.
A public forum took place at Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley in relation to the future of the San Diego Chargers and their stadium.
Left tackle King Dunlap has agreed to a four-year contract to remain with the San Diego Chargers.
The Chargers and Raiders are moving forward on a back-up plan to share a privately financed $1.7 billion stadium in Carson, according to published reports.
With one eye on the developing NFL situation up the freeway in Los Angeles, the San Diego Chargers issued their sternest warning yet to City Hall in their long-running effort to get a new stadium.
In announcing his retirement after 11 seasons of anchoring the San Diego Chargers’ offensive line, Nick Hardwick held it together better than the quarterback and coach he’s leaving behind.