Los Angeles Chargers Roster
|Joey Bosa||97||OLB||6-5||280||27||7||Ohio State|
|DeAndre Carter||1||WR||5-8||190||29||5||Sacramento State|
|Will Clapp||76||C/G||6-5||311||26||5||Louisiana State|
|Michael Davis||43||CB||6-2||196||27||6||Brigham Young|
|Austin Ekeler||30||RB||5-10||200||27||6||Western State Colorado|
|Gerald Everett||7||TE||6-3||240||28||6||South Alabama|
|Morgan Fox||56||DL||6-3||275||28||6||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|Alohi Gilman||32||S||5-10||201||25||3||Notre Dame|
|Jalen Guyton||15||WR||6-1||212||25||3||North Texas|
|Dustin Hopkins||6||K||6-2||193||31||9||Florida State|
|Derwin James Jr.||3||S||6-2||215||26||5||Florida State|
|Austin Johnson||98||DL||6-4||314||28||7||Penn State|
|Zion Johnson||77||G||6-3||316||22||R||Boston College|
|Corey Linsley||63||C||6-3||301||31||9||Ohio State|
|Kenneth Murray Jr.||9||LB||6-2||241||23||3||Oklahoma|
|Amen Ogbongbemiga||57||LB||6-0||231||24||2||Oklahoma State|
|Donald Parham Jr.||89||TE||6-8||237||25||3||Stetson|
|Trey Pipkins III||79||T||6-6||307||26||4||Sioux Falls|
|Chris Rumph II||94||OLB||6-2||244||23||2||Duke|
|Asante Samuel Jr.||26||CB||5-10||180||22||2||Florida State|
|Isaiah Spiller||28||RB||6-1||215||21||R||Texas A&M|
|Easton Stick||2||QB||6-1||224||27||4||North Dakota State|
|Ja’Sir Taylor||36||DB||5-10||185||23||R||Wake Forest|
|Jerry Tillery||99||DL||6-6||295||25||4||Notre Dame|
|Drue Tranquill||49||LB||6-2||234||27||4||Notre Dame|
|Kyle Van Noy||8||LB||6-3||250||31||9||Brigham Young|
Los Angeles Chargers Stadium
SoFi Stadium is a 70,000-seat sports and entertainment indoor arena in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California, United States.
Situated just to the southeast of Kia Forum, SoFi was formerly the location of the Hollywood Park Racetrack and is located about three miles (4.8 km) from Los Angeles International Airport.
The fixed-roof stadium will open in September 2020 and serve as the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL), as well as the site of the annual LA Bowl college football game.
Located on the site of the old racetrack, the facility is a part of the planned community of Hollywood Park.
In October of 2016, Hollywood Park Casino reopened in a brand new structure on the land, making it the first business to open there.
Los Angeles Chargers Records
Historical Win/Loss Record (Regular Season)
Los Angeles Chargers Tickets
Tickets to see the Los Angeles Chargers start at $32 and typically cost $150. Ticket prices for the Los Angeles Chargers games start as low as $32.00 on SeatGeek.
You may get regular season, preseason, playoff, and parking Los Angeles Chargers tickets on SeatGeek.
Los Angeles Chargers Depth Chart
Los Angeles Chargers Schedule
|WK||DATE||OPPONENT||RESULT||W-L||HI PASS||HI RUSH||HI REC|
|1||Sun, 11 Sep||vsLas Vegas||W24-19||1-0||Herbert 279||Ekeler 36||Allen 66|
|2||Fri, 16 Sep||@Kansas City||L27-24||1-1||Herbert 334||Ekeler 39||Williams 113|
Los Angeles Chargers Quarterback
Chase Daniel, Justin Herbet, and Easton Stick are the quarterbacks for the Los Angeles Chargers.
Chase played college football at Missouri and was signed by the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent in 2009. Daniel has also played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears, and Detroit Lions.
Herbert played college football for the Oregon Ducks, where he won the 2019 Pac-12 Championship and was named MVP of the 2020 Rose Bowl. He was selected by the Chargers sixth overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Stick played college football at North Dakota State.
Los Angeles Chargers Logo
The Los Angeles Chargers’ mascot, the Chargers’ logo, is both visually condensed and packed with information. It represents American football in Los Angeles. His emblem serves as a winning motivator by symbolizing the swiftness, dexterity, and vitality he possesses.
Los Angeles Chargers Jersey
Los Angeles Chargers Head Coach
Brandon Staley was hired as the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, making him the 17th head coach in the franchise’s history. Staley is the first Chargers head coach with a defensive background in more than a decade.
In his first season as head coach of the Chargers, Staley impressed everyone with his aggressive style and reputation as one of the most forward-thinking minds in sports.