FantasySP / NFL / Philip Rivers FantasySP / NFL / Philip Rivers Copyright 2019 5431469 <![CDATA[Missouri QB Drew Lock falls to Chargers in latest CBS Sports mock draft]]>
Los Angeles will need a signal caller after Philip Rivers, whose contract has a dead-cap hit of $7 million in 2019 and will be a free agent in 2020, or he could choose to retire.

To some, drafting Rivers’ successor in the 2019 NFL draft would not be a sexy selection. There’s plenty of reason to believe that, as the 37-year old QB is coming off a pretty good season, and showed very little signs of slowing down soon. Plus, the quarterback class is well below average compared to others in the past and that are coming up in the future]]> 5431469 Fri, 15 Feb 2019 22:06:01 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Chargers should not grab Philip Rivers' successor in 2019 NFL draft]]>
Could 2019 be the year that Los Angeles finally finds quarterback Philip Rivers’ successor? It’s uncertain whether or not they will pull the trigger in this upcoming draft, but there’s a few reasons why they should not make the move when April comes around.

First off, Rivers has a dead-cap hit to his contract of $7 million this upcoming season and will be a free agent in 2020, or if he chooses to retire. There have been supposed talks of a contract extension, but Rivers has denied]]> 5430940 Thu, 14 Feb 2019 22:18:01 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Chargers get help on the offensive line in latest CBS Mock Draft]]>
Dillard had a strong Senior Bowl week and scouts love his footwork. And since Philip Rivers might just play forever, the Chargers will need to protect him.

We have brought up Dillard plenty of times on this site. Whether Dillard being a potential prospect. Or his actual scouting report. Dillard was at the Senior Bowl, and the Chargers have made no secrets to favoring players that have experience in the game. Dillard was also first team Pac-12 and an All-American]]> 5429019 Mon, 11 Feb 2019 13:15:02 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Chargers | Bolts to target a QB in draft?]]> Philip Rivers in the 2019 NFL Draft, according to Eric D. Williams of]]> 5428249 Sat, 09 Feb 2019 23:21:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Complex ranks Chargers twitter account as best social media account in the NFL]]>
L.A. claims the throne in our first-ever NFL Twitter rankings. This team has the obligatory well-made “get fired up!” video content, but L.A. also uses plenty of humor. Consider, for instance, how they trolled the Ravens with Crying Jordan memes (see above); or how they called out Kodak Black after defeating Baltimore; or how they placed Chariots of Fire music behind a slow-motion clip of Philip Rivers scrambling. They offer direct-from-the-players content, too, giving the athletes a voice on the account. Recently, they were given an opportunity to respond to a trending topic ahead of their matchup with the Chiefs, and the Chargers did not disappoint, owning the opportunity to generate some buzz and get a rise out of the Twitter crowd. The life of a social media manager is tough, and it’s even harder to stand out from the pack. Give those folks in the city of stars a raise]]> 5425565 Wed, 06 Feb 2019 10:03:01 EDT Chargers Wire