Antwan Barnes, Malcom Floyd are values for Chargers
The San Diego Chargers have salary-cap issues looming on the defensive side of the ball. But they've got top bargains in linebacker Antwan Barnes and wide receiver Malcom Floyd.
Chargers might still be able to salvage their season
It wasn't too long ago that the Chargers were spiraling out of control. Now coach Norv Turner and QB Philip Rivers have things clicking again, Steve Wyche writes, and a playoff berth could be near.
Pass interference, holding penalties on the rise in the NFL
With the rise of the passing game comes the rise of related penalties, like pass interference and holding. Pat Kirwan examines the trends to try and find a common theme.
Reid manages trust perfectly with decision to start Vick
As Winston Churchill once said, "To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often." Andy Reid was Churchill with his decision to start Michael Vick.
No Jackson, no McNeill? With Rivers, no problem, say Chargers
The Chargers have big issues on offense with two of their biggest stars on that side of the ball holding out. Or do they? Ask them and you might be surprised at the answer.
With Rivers as guide, Bolts go about business minus other stars
The Chargers have some big names missing in training camp, but that doesn't mean expectations have changed. As long as QB Philip Rivers is under center, San Diego has a steady leader at the helm.
Vikings' Sullivan leads NFL's performance-based pay list for 2009
Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan earned the top figure in the NFL's "Performance-Based Pay" program that awards players for playing time based upon their salary level, the league announced.