New Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Melvin Gordon's game is "growing like a weed."
ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams expects San Diego to move on from CB Brandon Flowers this offseason.
The Chargers will retain Ken Whisenhunt as offensive coordinator.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports impending free agent Danny Woodhead (torn ACL) is "six weeks" ahead of schedule in his recovery.
ESPN's Eric Williams said restricted free agent Branden Oliver "has a good shot" to be back with the Chargers next season.
Philip Rivers told a San Diego radio station that he is now willing to embrace the Chargers' move to Los Angeles.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Chargers still want to retain OC Ken Whisenhunt after hiring Anthony Lynn as head coach on Thursday.
Chargers hired Anthony Lynn as head coach.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced the team will move to Los Angeles for the 2017 season.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports Anthony Lynn is "currently scheduled" for second interviews with both the Rams and Chargers.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chargers will announce "by as early as Thursday" that they are moving to Los Angeles.
ESPN's Jim Trotter reports the league believes San Diego is "salvageable" as an NFL market, and that a "Hail Mary" is developing to keep the Chargers in the city at least two more years.
According to WGR 550's Sal Capaccio, interim coach Anthony Lynn and Panthers DC Sean McDermott have emerged as "frontrunners" to fill the Bills' head-coaching vacancy.
The Chargers' head-coaching interview with Bills OC Anthony Lynn will take place on Monday.
Sports Illustrated's Michael Silver reports the Jaguars are not interested in Bills interim coach Anthony Lynn for their head-coaching vacancy.