Summary: Join Chris Hayre and several special guests as they discuss all of the Chargers' latest news.
Chris Hayre is joined by former Chargers All-Pro linebacker Shawne Merriman. Among the topics: a landmark weekend for the Chargers franchise (:50), importance of starting fast this season (3:10), pass-rushing tandem of Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram (4:45), whether Bosa could break his and Leslie O’Neal’s single-season sack record (6:00), best way to prepare for AFC West pass rushers (7:10), speaking to the Chargers rookies this offseason (9:40), difference between being a rookie now vs. 12 years ago (12:25), and spending last weekend in Canton, Ohio with LaDainian Tomlinson (14:05).
Chris Hayre is joined by Los Angeles Chargers Owner/Chairman of the Board Dean Spanos and the preseason TV voice of the Chargers, Spero Dedes. Among the topics: Spanos reflects on the first two weeks of training camp (:50), playing in StubHub Center (2:20), being in Canton, Ohio for LaDainian Tomlinson’s Hall of Fame induction (3:40), initiating community efforts in Los Angeles (5:00), the advice he received from Jeanie Buss (6:25), his impressions of Anthony Lynn (7:15), and playing in L.A. (8:15); Dedes discusses his return to calling games in L.A. (9:25), working with Dan Fouts (10:40), the star power on the Chargers’ roster (14:05), and what the team should know about the fans in L.A. (15:40).
Chris Hayre is joined by quarterback Philip Rivers on the Chargers Training Camp Podcast. Among the topics: recapping the first two weeks of camp (:45), playing at StubHub Center (2:00), what Coach Lynn has brought to the Chargers (4:30), how Keenan Allen’s presence impacts the offense (7:00), Hunter Henry in Year 2 (8:25), playing daily against Gus Bradley’s defense (10:10), optimism entering 2017 (12:10), and what football fans in L.A. should know about this team (13:50).
Chris Hayre is joined by Chargers.com’s Ricky Henne and AM570 Chargers reporter Beto Duran. Among the topics: the atmosphere at StubHub Center (1:10), observations from practice with the Rams (3:25), how players reacted to LaDainian Tomlinson’s Hall of Fame speech (5:30), and a look ahead to the second week of training camp (6:30); Beto Duran discusses his new role with the Chargers having grown up in Carson (9:10), thoughts on the Chargers playing in StubHub Center (10:20), takeaways from the first week of training camp (12:50), and Sunday’s debut of Chargers Talk on AM570 (19:40).
Chris Hayre is joined by NFL Network’s Steve Wyche and Chargers radio analyst Nick Hardwick on a Hall of Fame edition of the Chargers Training Camp Podcast. Among the topics: Wyche sets the scene in Canton, Ohio (1:15), putting a bow on LT’s career (3:45), balancing the excitement and anxiousness of the weekend (7:30), and thoughts on the 2017 Chargers (11:40); Nick Hardwick reflects on Tomlinson’s induction (16:00), fondest game memories (17:45), the gift LT bought his O-linemen after his MVP season (19:30), and recapping the first week of training camp (22:30).
Chris Hayre catches up with ESPN’s Eric Williams and Chargers.com’s Ricky Henne on Day 4 of Chargers Camp. Among the topics with Williams: players who have impressed early in camp (1:55), Gus Bradley’s imprint (6:15), players who can thrive in Bradley’s system (7:40), and the high-level talent on this 2017 roster (9:55); Ricky Henne discusses the intensity of practice on Day 4 (12:00), Travis Benjamin’s hot start in camp (12:40), and the anticipation of this weekend’s practice with the Rams at StubHub Center (16:20).
Chris Hayre sits down with General Manager Tom Telesco, NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah and Cynthia Frelund, and linebacker Kyle Emanuel on Day 3 of Chargers Camp. Among the topics: the warm reception from Chargers fans to start camp (:50), what Kobe Bryant discussed with the team (1:30), the O-line coming together as a unit (5:37), evaluating the team with pads on (9:29), and thoughts on LT entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame (10:30); Daniel Jeremiah shares his Day 3 observations (12:30) and gives his thoughts on the Chargers’ rookie class (14:10); Cynthia Frelund sees big things for Melvin Gordon in 2017 (17:50) and shares her comparison for Joey Bosa (19:45); Kyle Emanuel talks about putting the pads on for the first time this season (23:40) and playing against the Chargers’ offense in practice (26:00).
Chris Hayre catches up with NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal, tight end Hunter Henry and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane on Day 2 of Chargers Camp. Among the topics: Rosenthal shares his observations from practice (:50) the new-look O-line (2:45), Gus Bradley’s defense (5:05), AFC contenders (7:40) and the ceiling for the Chargers in 2017 (11:15); Hunter Henry discusses what he worked on in the offseason (12:20) and Brandon Mebane shares his high expectations for the upcoming season (15:55).
Chris Hayre catches up with LaDainian Tomlinson, USA Today's Jarrett Bell, wide receiver Tyrell Williams and safety Jahleel Addae on Day 1 of Chargers Camp. Among the topics: LT discusses his final preparations for Canton (1:20) and Melvin Gordon heading into year three (4:20); Chris and Jarrett discuss the big turnout from Chargers fans on Day 1 of training camp (6:30), Anthony Lynn's preparedness (8:25), Gus Bradley's impact on the defense (12:45), and how the Chargers stack up in AFC West (15:50); Tyrell Williams looks to build off his big 2016 season (18:40) and Jahleel Addae discusses the team's surprise from visit Kobe Bryant on Saturday (22:45).