Rookie Mike Williams' status is up in the air, but Chargers QB Philip Rivers believes there's plenty of depth to overcome his potential absence.
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The Chargers drafted Mike Williams as a big-play receiver. But a back injury is delaying his availability, so others will have to make the plays.
The Chargers are still hoping that rookie receiver Mike Williams, who has shown some encouraging signs after receiving a second epidural, will not need surgery on his herniated disk, league sources tell ESPN.
Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward led the NFL in interceptions last year and he's ready to show it wasn't a one-year fluke.
Dan Fouts was ahead of his time in the Air Coryell offense and put up prolific offensive numbers for the Chargers in the early 1980s.
The Chargers are excited about the different kind of attitude and energy that new head coach Anthony Lynn has brought to the team.
Will Mike Williams be ready for training camp? Can the Chargers find consistency at nickelback? Who wins the kicker competition?
Philip Rivers says he's embracing the changes awaiting the Chargers this season and looking forward to winning new fans in Los Angeles.
The Raiders are the popular pick to win the AFC West, but they must find a way to end their woes versus the Chiefs, who also are expected to contend.
The Rams and the Chargers will each pay $645 million over nine years and the Raiders $378 million over 10 years in relocation fees that will be paid to the other 29 NFL teams, sources say.
The Chargers and Raiders aim to be ready to impress when new stadiums open, but right now it's Alex Smith hearing Patrick Mahomes' footsteps in K.C.
Philip Rivers is on the back nine, but he's certainly not done yet. Altogether, the Bolts' roster is too talented to rank 19th in the league.
A solid rookie season has Hunter Henry poised to take over as the Chargers' primary tight end, but he's not the only rising star in the AFC West.
Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are creating a scary pass-rush combination, but without a solid offensive line for Philip Rivers, it's hard to see the Chargers making moves in the AFC.
Derek Carr has some interesting new additions around him in Marshawn Lynch and Jared Cook; rookie Mike Williams will learn from Philip Rivers.
Von Miller, Khalil Mack or Joey Bosa? Choosing the cornerstone player to build your defense around might come down to who performs best in the clutch.
The Chargers have drafted and developed a strong core around QB Philip Rivers and, with a little luck, they look primed to return to the playoffs.
Oakland looks set with Derek Carr, but there's uncertainty elsewhere: Alex Smith hearing footsteps in K.C., a duel in Denver and no clear L.A. plan.
The Chargers are making the trip north to join the Rams in L.A. But which team is poised to stake its claim to the city?
There are some dynamic duos in the AFC West, but it's hard to top the Raiders with Derek Carr at QB and Khalil Mack tracking down opposing QBs.
The Chiefs have dynamic playmakers Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, while the Raiders counter with deep threat Amari Cooper.
Tyreek Hill had an eye-opening effect in Kansas City last season, and the Chiefs could have another marvel this season.