Speaking in a Thursday radio interview, Melvin Gordon (knee cartilage surgery) suggested he'll be back to 100 percent in two months.
The San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reports "all indications" suggest impending free agent Antonio Gates will not retire.
Chargers president Dean Spanos said the team will remain in San Diego through at least the 2016 season.
The Union-Tribune San Diego reports the Chargers have reached an agreement to share a stadium with the Rams in Inglewood (CA).
The Union-Tribune San Diego's Kevin Acee reports the Chargers have acquired land in Orange County, and are expected to use it for their headquarters and practice facility if they follow through on moving to Los Angeles.
The San Diego Union-Tribune's Kevin Acee reports the "goal" is to have a decision by the end of the week on the Chargers' potential move to Los Angeles.
The Chargers have applied to trademark "Los Angeles Chargers."
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Chargers are working to "finalize" a deal to move into Rams owner Stan Kroenke's stadium in Inglewood, Cal.
New Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt said he is "excited to work with" Melvin Gordon.
Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani denied the team is closing in on a deal with the Rams which would move the organization to Los Angeles.
Chargers hired OC Ken Whisenhunt.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos said he will take the next several weeks to "explore the options that we have now created for ourselves to determine the best path forward for the Chargers."
Chargers hired ex-Jaguars DC Bob Babich as linebackers coach.
SportsBusiness Daily reports the NFL's Committee on L.A. Opportunities has recommended the Chargers and Raiders' Carson project over Stan Kroenke's Inglewood site.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the "momentum" is "building" for a Rams and Chargers partnership in Los Angeles.