Keenan Allen had a special season with the Chargers in 2017, so let's break down where he ranks in several receiving categories.
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Now that he's secure in the NFL, the Chargers RB is back at Western State Colorado finishing up the final semester needed for his business degree.
Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Chargers on Tuesday hired away Bills wide receivers coach Phil McGeoghan, who remained under contract with Buffalo and was not dismissed by the team. McGeoghan joined the Bills' coaching staff last season after serving as East Carolina's receivers coach in 2016.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
The Chargers announced four new additions to the head coach Anthony Lynn's coaching staff. Rip Scherer is the team's new tight ends coach, Phil McGeoghan will coach wide receivers, Addison Lynch will serve as a quality control coach on defense and Keith Burns will join the team's as an assistant special teams coach. Marquice Williams moves from special teams to a defensive assistant and Mark Ridgley will serve as assistant offensive line coach.
After five years with Los Angeles, the quarterbacks coach is joining Frank Reich with the Colts, for whom he will be offensive coordinator.
The Colts will name Chargers wide receivers coach Nick Sirianni as their new offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Field Yates.
The Chargers should and probably will address needs on defense at the top of the draft, which could include the line or a linebacker.
After finishing the 2017 season winning nine of their 12 games, the Chargers' top priority this offseason is finding a consistent, dependable kicker.
After finishing 1-7 against the Chiefs with Alex Smith under center, the Chargers have new hope against a young, inexperienced quarterback.
With the defense in sub packages so often, Los Angeles could use a hybrid safety like the Florida State defender to do a better job against the run.
The defensive backfield was one of the strengths for the Chargers with Casey Hayward turning in another Pro Bowl performance. How does 2018 look?
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Chargers right tackle Joe Barksdale opened up about his battle with depression, telling the newspaper, "Some days, you can talk yourself out of it. Some days, you can't. Some days, it just feels impossible."
Philadelphia's aggressive calls and liberal use of play-action passes could be the recipe the Chargers need to get past New England in the AFC.
Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer
I interviewed Ryan Leaf last year at the Super Bowl. He told me he used to watch The Ellen Show when he was in prison. Ellen heard about it, had him on and donated $10,000 to his organaziation's first scholarship winner, who went home to his family on Friday sober and grateful.
Teams run by longtime NFL executive Bobby Beathard played in the Super Bowl seven times, winning four titles -- two each by the Dolphins and Redskins.
Sidelined for nearly all of last season with a torn ACL, Keenan Allen's bounce-back Pro Bowl season made him the NFL's comeback player of the year.
The Rams took in a remarkable haul at the NFL Honors ceremony with awards going to Sean McVay (Coach of the Year), running back Todd Gurley (Offensive Player) and Aaron Donald (Defensive Player).
The Spanos family says the move to Los Angeles has gone well for the Chargers while acknowledging they want to engage more fans back in San Diego.
Brandon Mebane suited up against both the Patriots and Eagles this season, and said Philly needs to learn from the Falcons' mistake last season.
The success he enjoyed with his draft-and-develop philosophy could help former Chargers general manager Bobby Beathard land in the Hall of Fame.
The Chargers need more depth and playmakers at linebacker, and a healthy run from Denzel Perryman also would be a welcome change.
Just how much have Bill Belichick and Bill Parcells influenced today's NFL? We mapped out how almost every NFL head coach can be traced back to the duo -- in the shortest path.
The Chargers' special teams were slightly improved in 2017, but finding a reliable kicker will be a priority during the offseason.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
At No. 28, QB Philip Rivers was the only player from the Los Angeles Chargers among the NFLPA top 50 players sales list from 2017.
The Chargers did a nice job of rushing the passer in 2017 but were lousy against the run, so a defensive tackle would be a nice addition.