Philip Rivers' four-year, $83.25 million extension contains a no-trade clause.
Chargers agreed to terms with QB Philip Rivers on a four-year, $83.25 million extension through 2019.
The Union-Tribune San Diego reports it's "virtually certain" the Chargers won't reach a long-term agreement with contract-year QB Philip Rivers before Week 1.
Philip Rivers and the Chargers aren't expected to negotiate once the preseason starts on Aug. 13.
Philip Rivers' camp has continued to show "little urgency" in extension talks with the Chargers.
The Chargers "continue to have interest" in extending Philip Rivers' contract.
Contract-year QB Philip Rivers says it would be "awesome" to finish his career with the Chargers.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Chargers are "optimistic" about signing contract-year QB Philip Rivers to an extension.
Philip Rivers said Friday he's willing to listen to an extension offer from the Chargers.
The Union-Tribune San Diego confirms the Chargers have told Philip Rivers he won't be traded.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Chargers have informed Philip Rivers' agent that he will not be traded.
Appearing on SportsCenter Thursday, ESPN's Jim Trotter said to "bet the farm" that Philip Rivers will stay with the Chargers.
ESPN's Adam Schefter said Philip Rivers will not be traded.
The Union-Tribune San Diego considers a Philip Rivers trade to Tennessee "unlikely ... barring a Grade-A smokescreen."