|Jul 19 2017 - Mike Williams|
WR Mike Williams reportedly may need back surgery that would end his rookie season. The Chargers are still hoping Williams will respond positively to a recent second epidural on his herniated disk in a last-ditch effort to have the wide receiver ready at some time during training camp, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday. Williams, 22, was diagnosed with a herniated disk in the lower back after his first practice during rookie minicamp last month and did not practice again. It is unclear if the injury took place before minicamp.
|Jun 14 2017 - Antonio Gates|
TE Antonio Gates is looking forward to relocating to Los Angeles. But he's not going to forget what he did for the Chargers will they were in San Diego for his 15 seasons. "There's always going to be a place in my heart for San Diego," he said. "Everything I've done, everything I've accomplished, was here." The Chargers are having their last practices at Charger Park will hold their training camp practices in Orange County.
|Jun 13 2017 - Antonio Gates|
TE Antonio Gates is entering his 14th season -- all 14 of them have been spent working out at Chargers Park. But all that ends on Thursday. The Chargers will report to training camp next month in neighboring Orange County. "It's a bittersweet moment because these memories are still here and they will always be here for myself and the guys that have been around,'' Gates said. "I just came to work every single day and I've always been appreciative of the opportunity the Chargers gave me as a free agent. I never took anything for granted. When I got here the game was super fast, the game was like a blur. Now everything has slowed down."
|Jun 13 2017 - Melvin Ingram|
DE Melvin Ingram was at Monday's minicamp practice, the first of three before the Chargers wrap up that portion of their offseason workouts. Ingram arrived after agreeing to a four-year deal worth about $60 million, with around $40 million of it guaranteed. The Charger had initially placed the franchise tag on Ingram before the two sides reached an agreement. "It's a big relief,'' said Ingram, who's had 18.5 sacks the past two years. "Now that it's over it's all fun and games and you get to do what you like to do."
|Jun 13 2017 - King Dunlap|
OT King Dunlap is retiring from the NFL, the firm that represents him posted on social media Monday. Sportstars posted the following on Twitter: "It's been a great run, King! Congratulations to King Dunlap on 9 seasons as he moves on to the next step. The Los Angeles Chargers released the 31-year-old Dunlap in March.
|Jun 6 2017 - Mike Williams|
WR Mike Williams will miss the rest of the team's offseason program due to a mild herniated disk in his lower back, the team announced Tuesday. The first-round pick will miss the team's mandatory minicamp next week and may not be ready for the start of training camp in late July.
|May 15 2017 - Tre Boston|
S Tre Boston, who played for the Panthers last year, signed with the Chargers on Monday. Boston started a career-high 10 games last season and also had career-bests in interceptions (two) passes defensed (seven) and sacks (two).
|May 2 2017 - Tre Boston|
S Tre Boston was waived by the Panthers on Tuesday. The 24-year-old totaled 93 tackles, two sacks, nine passes defensed and three interceptions over 42 regular-season games (16 starts) in three seasons with the team. Boston was a fourth-round draft pick of the Panthers in 2014 after playing at North Carolina.
|Mar 23 2017 - Adrian Phillips|
S Adrian Phillips signed his exclusive rights free agent tender to remain with the Los Angeles Chargers. Phillips also joined the Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2014. The 24-year-old collected 38 tackles and had one interception in 14 games last season.
|Mar 23 2017 - Branden Oliver|
RB Branden Oliver was resigned to a one-year contract, the Los Angeles Chargers announced. Financial terms were not disclosed by the team for Oliver, who will battle Kenjon Barner, Kenneth Farrow and Andre Williams behind starter Melvin Gordon. Oliver sustained a torn Achilles during a preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings last summer and missed the entire 2016 campaign. Listed at 5-foot-8, Oliver joined the Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2014 and led the team in rushing with 582 yards. The 25-year-old has rushed 191 times for 690 yards and three touchdowns in his first two seasons with the club.
|Mar 20 2017 - Tenny Palepoi|
DT Tenny Palepoi re-signed with a one-year contract on Monday, the Los Angeles Chargers announced. Palepoi, an undrafted free agent out of Utah, also appeared in 13 games with the Chargers last season and register 23 tackles, nine quarterback hits and 20 QB pressures. The 6-1, 298-pound Palepoi missed the entire 2015 season due to a foot injury. He had 18 tackles and four tackles for loss as a reserve while appearing in all 16 games in 2014.
|Mar 20 2017 - Kenny Wiggins|
OL Kenny Wiggins re-signed for a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday. The 6-foot-6, 314-pound Wiggins can play both guard and tackle. He appeared in 13 games with the Chargers in 2016, making one start. An undrafted free agent out of Fresno State, Wiggins has appeared in 29 games and made nine starts during his three seasons with the Chargers.
|Mar 10 2017 - Mike Windt|
LS Mike Windt and S Jahleel Addae both re-signed with the Chargers on Thursday, each receiving a four-year deal.
|Mar 10 2017 - Jahleel Addae|
S Jahleel Addae and LS Mike Windt both re-signed with the Chargers on Thursday, each receiving a four-year deal.
|Mar 10 2017 - Kellen Clemens|
QB Kellen Clemens re-signed with the Chargers on Thursday, reportedly landing a one-year, $1,065,000 deal.
Clemens has served as Philip Rivers' backup for the past three seasons. He has thrown 10 passes, completing six with one touchdown.
The 33-year-old Clemens started 21 games during his 11-year career. He last played a key role in 2013 when he started nine games for the St. Louis Rams.
|Mar 9 2017 - Russell Okung|
OT Russell Okung signed a four-year, $53 million deal with the Los Angeles Chargers. Okung, who spent last season with the Denver Broncos, does not have an agent. His deal includes $13.25 million guaranteed, and trumps a contract offer from the Minnesota Vikings.
|Mar 2 2017 - Melvin Ingram|
LB Melvin Ingram was retained via the franchise tag. Coach Anthony Lynn said Ingram does more than pester quarterbacks. "He's a big piece of the puzzle," Lynn said. "He's an outstanding pass rusher, but he plays the run well. His stats -- I think he had (eight) sacks or something like that -- but when you look at his impact on the game, his quarterback hits, hit pressures, he just did an outstanding job. I love the way he plays the game." The Chargers were eager to keep the tandem of Joey Bosa, the NFL defensive rookie of the year, and Ingram together.
|Feb 17 2017 - King Dunlap|
OT King Dunlap of the Chargers was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of violating a protective order in Nashville, Tenn. Police responded to a domestic disturbance call involving Dunlap and a woman identified as his girlfriend. Dunlap was in the woman's house and told police after the arrest that he was aware of the protective order. He was released from jail on Friday after posting $1,000 bond.
|Jan 17 2017 - Joey Bosa|
DE Joey Bosa was selected as the Defensive Rookie of the Year in a vote by the Professional Football Writers of America on Tuesday. Bosa, the third overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, led all NFL rookies with 10.5 sacks in only 12 games. He posted two sacks in his NFL debut in Week 5 at Oakland on Oct. 9. Bosa's former Ohio State teamate, RB Ezekiel Elliott, was named the Rookie of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year.
|Jan 2 2017 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon (hip, knee) didn't play in the last three outings and finished 3 yards shy of reaching 1,000.
|Jan 2 2017 - King Dunlap|
LT King Dunlap (knee) wasn't able to play in the final game.
|Jan 2 2017 - Jahleel Addae|
SS Jahleel Addae's first NFL interception was memorable. He brought it back against the Chiefs 90 yards for a touchdown. It was the seventh-longest return in franchise history.
|Jan 2 2017 - Travis Benjamin|
WR Travis Benjamin told then-coach Mike McCoy he couldn't play in the final game about two hours before kickoff. McCoy said Benjamin didn't tell him why he couldn't play.
|Jan 2 2017 - Philip Rivers|
QB Philip Rivers set a career-high with 21 interceptions. But he said he's the healthiest he's felt after a season in quite some time. "There were stretches this season I played as good as anybody in the league," Rivers said. "There are stretches I played as bad as anybody in the league." Rivers did throw for 33 touchdowns.
|Jan 2 2017 - Melvin Ingram|
OLB Melvin Ingram, who eight sacks, will see his rookie contract expire this offseason. Teammate Joey Bosa is hoping he returns to the Chargers. "I think throughout the season we got a feel for each other," Bosa said. "Playing across from a guy like that really helps me."
|Jan 2 2017 - Joey Bosa|
DE Joey Bosa was the first rookie to lead the Chargers in sacks since Shawne Merriman in 2004. Bosa finished with 10.5 sacks, despite missing the first month with a hamstring injury. That injury came after Bosa and the team couldn't reach an agreement on a contract until late summer. John Spanos, the director of football operations, said "there was nothing we could have done while protecting the team contractually."
|Jan 2 2017 - Antonio Gates|
TE Antonio Gates dropped what would have been an NFL-record touchdown reception for tight ends in the fourth quarter. After Gates, who earlier tied Tony Gonzalez with his 111th career scoring catch, was unable to collect a Philip Rivers pass, Josh Lambo kicked a 29-yard field goal. Gates was being tracked by numerous Chiefs defenders. "It was drawn up perfectly," Gates said. "I knew the second touchdown was going to have be a spectacular catch. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make a catch." Gates carved his name in the NFL record book with his 2-yard, second-quarter touchdown that delivered a 10-3 Chargers lead. Gates' reception marked his 111th career touchdown catch, tying him with Tony Gonzalez for the most by a tight end in league history.
|Jan 2 2017 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon (hip, knee) didn't play and ended the season three rushing yards shy of 1,000.
|Jan 2 2017 - King Dunlap|
LT King Dunlap (knee) missed Sunday's game.
|Jan 2 2017 - Chris Landrum|
LB Christopher Landrum (concussion) was injured in the first half and did not return to Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
|Jan 2 2017 - Darrell Stuckey|
S Darrell Stuckey (knee) was injured in the first half Sunday and did not return to the game.
|Dec 30 2016 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon will miss his third consecutive game due to leg and hip injuries. The decision to hold Gordon out of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs will leave Gordon three yards shy of his first 1,000-yard rushing season. Gordon suffered his injuries during a loss to the Carolina Panthers on Dec. 11. He rushed for 10 touchdowns in a strong second season after being a huge disappointment as a rookie.
|Dec 29 2016 - Matt Slauson|
C Matt Slauson (foot) was able to practice in a limited manner after not working on Wednesday.
|Dec 28 2016 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon (hip, knee) was limited in practice on Wednesday. It's the first time he has worked since missing two games.
|Dec 28 2016 - Tre Boston|
S Tre Boston was placed on injured reserve after tweaking his knee against the Falcons. S Travell Dixon was promoted from the practice squad to fill the open roster spot.
|Dec 27 2016 - Tre Boston|
S Tre Boston (knee) was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.
|Dec 27 2016 - Kenneth Farrow|
RB Kenneth Farrow was placed on injured reserve, marking the team's 19th player to be added to the list. Farrow sustained a shoulder injury in Saturday's 20-17 setback to the Cleveland Browns. The undrafted 23-year-old rushed nine times for 28 yards and had four receptions for 29 yards in the loss to the Browns. Farrow had 60 carries for 192 yards and 13 receptions for 70 yards in 13 games during his rookie season.
|Dec 27 2016 - Matt Slauson|
C Matt Slauson (foot) was unable to finish against the Browns. He is day-to-day.
|Dec 27 2016 - King Dunlap|
LT King Dunlap (knee) was inactive for Saturday's game and his status for this week isn't clear.
|Dec 27 2016 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon missed another game on Saturday with a hip and knee injury. He's hopeful of playing Sunday in the season finale. He is three yards shy of reaching 1,000 yards.
|Dec 26 2016 - Denzel Perryman|
ILB Denzel Perryman (knee) was to undergo an MRI, the results of which were not announced.
|Dec 23 2016 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon on Friday was ruled out for a second straight week. Gordon, who is three yards shy of rushing for 1,000 for the season, is dealing with hip and knee injuries that will sideline him for Sunday's matchup at the winless Cleveland Browns. The second-year running back was injured in Week 14 at Carolina and missed last weekend's 19-16 setback to Oakland.
|Dec 21 2016 - Tre Boston|
S Tre Boston was wearing a splint on a finger he sprained during Monday night's win.
|Dec 21 2016 - Damion Square|
DT Damion Square (biceps) was a full participant in practice.
|Dec 21 2016 - Jeremy Butler|
WR Jeremy Butler (ankle) was a limited participant in practice.
|Dec 21 2016 - Tyrell Williams|
WR Tyrell Williams (shoulder) was a full go in practice.
|Dec 21 2016 - Craig Mager|
CB Craig Mager (shoulder) didn't practice.
|Dec 21 2016 - King Dunlap|
LT King Dunlap (knee) didn't practice.
|Dec 21 2016 - Melvin Gordon|
RB Melvin Gordon (hip, knee) didn't practice on Wednesday and probably will miss a second straight game.
|Dec 19 2016 - Craig Mager|
CB Craig Mager is still bothered by a sore shoulder and wasn't able to go on Sunday. His return is unknown.