A lot of familiar problems resurfaced, but the Chargers overcame them all in an incredible comeback victory over the visiting Lions.
We live tweet the Week 1 matchup between the Chargers and Lions using the hashtag #DETvsSDBoltReport.
We break down every phase of Sunday’s Chargers-Lions game to give you a sense of what stands between San Diego and a 1-0 start to the season.
These three matchups will be critical to San Diego’s efforts to start to the season 1-0.
Melvin Gordon faces an uphill battle; Ladarius Green receives a golden opportunity; and a handful of rookies aim to make their mark on special teams.
Some young prospects get a second chance at life with the Chargers as they agree to join the team’s practice squad.
The Chargers waived 16 young players, released three veterans and traded away a utility lineman to get down to the 53-player roster limit.
The headliners watched from the sidelines, but a couple of bubble players stood out during San Diego’s preseason finale in San Francisco.
San Diego waived-injured four players to get the roster down to 75. Craig Davis, Melvin Meggs, Torrence Allen and Gordon Hill will now sit in a shoebox until next offseason.
San Diego released 11 players on Sunday, trimming its roster down to 79 players. We run down the Turk’s first crop of victims.
The Chargers dominated everywhere except the scoreboard, as Seattle stole a victory on a 60-yard field goal with less than a minute to play.
Melvin Gordon resumes a heavy workload; Keenan Allen looks forward to his rematch with Richard Sherman; and Melvin Ingram plans to keep dominating.
The running game requires some work; the defense needs two key players to stay healthy; and training camp battles heat up as the first round of cuts approaches.
Led by a dominant pass rush and a poised Brad Sorensen, the Chargers rallied to beat the Cardinals, 22-19, on a 47-yard field goal from Josh Lambo as time expired.
With Tourek Williams down with a broken foot, can rookie Ryan Mueller step up and fill the void? Our Trenton Villanueva breaks down the former Wildcat’s chances.
With a strong training camp and prior relationship with coach Mike McCoy, Mitch Unrein has the Chargers thinking long and hard about keeping seven defensive linemen.
All good things must come to an end. That cliche was especially apropos on Tuesday, which was the final day for fans to attend training camp.
Our Jody Taylor provides a complete breakdown of Monday’s training camp practice, complete with an interview with first-year offensive lineman Michael Huey.
Javontee Herndon has been one of the breakout stars of training camp. Has he done enough to win a spot in San Diego’s deep receiving corps?
Monday’s practice featured high temperatures and low fan attendance. But while veterans took it lightly, Mitch Unrein, Javontee Herndon and Jeremiah Sirles never got that memo.
Just a couple months back, there was talk of Philip Rivers being shipped to Tennessee. Now, the Chargers have locked him in as the face of the franchise through 2019.
SDBoltReport.com photographer Shana Siler shares her best pictures of San Diego’s wide receivers and tight ends putting in work at Chargers Park.
With the Chargers possibly entering their final season in San Diego, how are ticket prices affected? We examine how the Bolts stack up against the rest of the league.
The offense scored on its opening drive and the defense forced a pair of turnovers as the Chargers handled the Cowboys in their preseason opener, 17-7.
Kyle Miller, already accomplished on special teams and as a blocker, is improving as a receiver and looking to emerge as the fourth tight end during Antonio Gates’ absence.
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