2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
4th in AFC West
Which teams would fit Colin Kaepernick best? (1:25)
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19dLindsey Thiry

L.A. 'Hard Knocks' to forge ahead despite virus

With the Rams and Chargers both moving into SoFi Stadium, HBO and NFL Films announced Thursday that HBO's "Hard Knocks" will include both teams this season.

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20dLindsey Thiry

Lynn: 'Crazy' not to have Kap on workout lists

Though there are no plans yet to work out Colin Kaepernick, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said teams "would be crazy" not to have the free-agent quarterback on their workout lists.

Stephen A. happy Anthony Lynn is considering Kaepernick for workout (1:15)
10d
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27dJeff Legwold

Bolts RB: Players may not kneel if voices heard

The Chargers' Justin Jackson said Wednesday that Colin Kaepernick should feel "vindicated" and indicated players might not kneel during the national anthem this season if they feel their voices are being heard on social change.

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32dLindsey Thiry

Iron worker dies after fall from SoFi Stadium roof

Construction at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, has been shut down after the contractor said an iron worker fell from the roof and died Friday. The stadium will be the new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers and is set to open in August.

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35d

Chargers' Lynn looking for more than statement

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn told the Los Angeles Times that he wants to do more than make a statement in the wake of George Floyd's death, but he isn't sure what the next step is.

Which AFC West team has the brightest future? (3:06)
19d
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39d

Gordon: Chargers' home prepped him for no fans

New Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon said he's not concerned if fans can't be in the stands when the NFL season begins because he has already dealt with that.

Melvin Gordon roasts Chargers when talking about playing with no fans (0:48)
39d
6d

ESPN Daily: 2020 NFL Offseason Winners And Losers

Pretty much all of the big moves are in the books for the NFL offseason. Brady and Gronk now call Tampa Bay home. DeAndre Hopkins' trade to the Arizona Cardinals continues to baffle fans and experts. Teams like Carolina and Jacksonville seem to be starting their rebuilds. ESPN's NFL guru Bill Barnwell ranks all NFL teams by which ones made the most of this offseason, and which ones' moves left fans scratching their heads.

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Lynn: Chargers considered Cam, but like own QBs

When Cam Newton was released by the Carolina Panthers, the Los Angeles Chargers were widely viewed as a good fit for the star quarterback. But the Chargers didn't sign Newton.

NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
52d
NFL rookies get creative on Zoom call (0:50)
45d
The Chargers' biggest can't-miss game on the 2020 schedule (0:43)
43d

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.66th
Rushing Yards90.828th
Points For21.121st
Points Against21.619th

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