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Los Angeles Chargers 2017 fantasy football report card

Although the Los Angeles Chargers were able to pull out the victory against the Oakland Raiders, they unfortunately missed the playoffs due to a lack of help from other teams. While I’m sure the Chargers wished they had a shot in the postseason, they still have to feel slightly optimistic finishing the season 9-7 after […] Los Angeles Chargers 2017 fantasy football report card - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Chargers position outlook 2018: More consistency needed from Melvin Gordon

The Chargers finished the season strong, but a slow start for their running game contributed to the early woes that kept them out of the playoffs.

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Los Angeles Chargers 2017 rookie report card: Rayshawn Jenkins

The Los Angeles Chargers used their fourth-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft on Miami safety Rayshawn Jenkins. Safety was a position of need going into the draft and many fans hoped the team would be able to get a player like Jamal Adams or Malik Hooker in the first round. Instead, the team waited […] Los Angeles Chargers 2017 rookie report card: Rayshawn Jenkins - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Jason Verrett remains in Chargers' plans for 2018

The Chargers hope that oft-injured CB Jason Verrett, their first-round pick in 2014, is healthy and can be a factor for them in 2018.

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Chargers Draft 2018: Senior Bowl Prospects To Keep An Eye On

Check out a handful of prospects Tom Telesco should pay attention to in Mobile.

Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama

6’3 234 lbs.

Evans is arguably the second best linebacker in this draft class, just behind Butkus Award Winner, Roquan Smith (Georgia). A long, rangy defender, Evans exhibits the play speed and tenacity that would be a welcomed sight in the Charger’s linebacking corps. After posting 66 total tackles on the season (second on the team), 17.5 tackles for loss (led the team), and six...

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The 2017 season was a success

Matthew Stanley is back after a break to talk about why the 2017 season was a success.

The 2017 season had some ups and downs but it make no mistake, it was a success. I talk about why I think the Chargers set themselves up for success in the future and why this season was such a success.

I also catch up with some recent developments like Gus Bradley and Ken Whisenhunt coming back on new contracts and the Oakland Raiders new head coach.

If you like the Locked On Chargers podcast, make...

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Breaking down Chargers GM Tom Telesco’s year-end press conference

General manager Tom Telesco revealed many interesting things about 2017, and what the team is looking ahead to for 2018. When Chargers GM Tom Telesco stepped up to the podium to deliver his annual end-of-season media briefing, there were several elephants in the room. During the wide-ranging press conference, Telesco shed some light on some […] Breaking down Chargers GM Tom Telesco’s year-end press conference - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs,...

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Chargers CB Casey Hayward: “I really feel like I’m the best corner in the league.”

Los Angeles Chargers CB Casey Hayward joined the Game Theory and Money podcast and talked about a bunch of things, including why he thinks he’s the best CB in the NFL. Hi there! I don’t believe I’ve posted a thing on this website since the Los Angeles Chargers season ended, but I have something fun for you today that you might enjoy: An interview with Chargers CB Casey Hayward! Casey joined the Game Theory and Money podcast from NFL Media (at about the 49:00 mark, if you want to...

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Chargers CB Casey Hayward: “I really feel like I’m the best corner in the league.”

Los Angeles Chargers CB Casey Hayward joined the Game Theory and Money podcast and talked about a bunch of things, including why he thinks he’s the best CB in the NFL.

Hi there!

I don’t believe I’ve posted a thing on this website since the Los Angeles Chargers season ended, but I have something fun for you today that you might enjoy: An interview with Chargers CB Casey Hayward!

Casey joined the Game Theory and Money podcast from NFL Media (at about the 49:00 mark, if you want to...

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A year after relocation, Chargers still a work in progress in Los Angeles

The Chargers persevered through a rough start in Los Angeles, started winning and are pointing toward a breakthrough in new digs in 2020.

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Chargers set to play in London in 2018

The NFL announced three matchups that will take place in London for the 2018 season. The Los Angeles Chargers will travel to England for one of those games. Oi! The Chargers will be heading to London to “host” the Tennessee Titans at Wembley Stadium on either Oct. 21 or 28. It will count as one […] Chargers set to play in London in 2018 - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Chargers have the best QB situation in the AFC West

While there’s plenty of talk about the Chargers and a need to put in place a viable succession plan for a post-Philip Rivers world, it’s worth noting the Los Angeles-based franchise has the best quarterback situation in the AFC West as we head into the offseason. The Kansas City Chiefs may have made the playoffs […] Chargers have the best QB situation in the AFC West - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Chargers to play Titans in London in 2018

The Chargers will make their first trip to London since 2008 and will be the "home" team against the Titans in Week 7 or Week 8.

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Seahawks, Eagles, Titans set for London debuts

The NFL announced Thursday its London schedule for 2018, which features three games to be played in consecutive weeks and the United Kingdom debuts of the Seahawks, Eagles and Titans.

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Los Angeles Chargers 2017 rookie report card: Dan Feeney

The Los Angeles Chargers drafted offensive linemen in the second and third rounds of the 2017 NFL draft. Here, we look back on the rookie year put together by Dan Feeney. The offseason rookie report cards are rolling out. Wide receiver Mike Williams has received his grade and now it’s time to evaluate the team’s […] Los Angeles Chargers 2017 rookie report card: Dan Feeney - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Chargers are giving former second-round K Roberto Aguayo another shot

The Los Angeles Chargers desperately need to fix their kicking situation. Will the signing of Roberto Aguayo help? Kicking was the Chargers’ Achilles’ heel in 2017. It cost them the first two games of the season. You can even say it was the primary reason why the Chargers missed the playoffs. Los Angeles finished dead […] Chargers are giving former second-round K Roberto Aguayo another shot - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Bolstering interior defensive line a must for Chargers

While the Chargers’ defense was rightly lauded for a number of significant improvements and strong performers on that side of the ball, a distinct weakness on the interior of the defensive line stands out as a priority this offseason. Tom Telesco and the Chargers management team have done a good job bolstering the defense with […] Bolstering interior defensive line a must for Chargers - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Chargers sign Robert Aguayo, of course

The Chargers were the league’s worst team on field goals last season. They may or may not have helped themselves. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Chargers have signed kicker Robert Aguayo. Write your own punch line for a change. The former second-round pick of the Buccaneers bounced around and had some tryouts last [more]

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Source: Chargers to sign ex-Bucs PK Aguayo

Roberto Aguayo, who struggled in his only season with the Buccaneers after they made him a second-round pick in 2016, is signing with the Chargers, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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What will the Los Angeles Chargers look like after Philip Rivers?

Coming off a resurgent season for the grizzled vet, us diehard Los Angeles Chargers fans are left to wonder how the post-Phil era will look like because it is a lot closer than we might care to admit. For several years I have been a strong advocate for Philip Rivers being the most underrated quarterback […] What will the Los Angeles Chargers look like after Philip Rivers? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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