Philip Rivers

Weekend Notes
The Quiet Chargers
The Quiet Chargers
Remember San Diego? Plucky little bunch, won a playoff game and took the eventual AFC champs to the wire? Yeah, they're back and feeling all kinds of confident heading into 2014. Plus, notes on the playbook 'scandal' and more
By Greg A. Bedard
Behind the Face Mask
A Father’s Life Lessons
A Father’s Life Lessons
We asked a dozen men in the NFL—players, coaches and executives—to share the best thing they’ve learned from their dad or an influential father figure. Here’s the wisdom that’s been passed on by mail carriers, businessmen, high school coaches, Hall of Famers, construction workers, educators and military veterans
By Robert Klemko
Monday Morning Quarterback
Locker-Room Culture Change Starts Now
Locker-Room Culture Change Starts Now
The NFL begins its three-week, 32-team journey to improve the workplace environment. Plus, celebrating 25 years at Sports Illustrated, an owner talks Los Angeles and London, commencement speeches and a travel note to beat 'em all
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Why Your Playoff Team Didn’t Reach XLVIII: AFC
Why Your Playoff Team Didn’t Reach XLVIII: AFC
Sagging run defense. Woeful QB protection. Unexpected injuries. For the Colts, Chiefs, Bengals, Chargers and Patriots, the reasons they didn't survive and advance ran the gamut and gave them plenty to think about in the offseason
By Andy Benoit
West Coast State of Mind
Clear Eyes. Full Heart. Can’t Lose?
Clear Eyes. Full Heart. Can't Lose?
Philip Rivers has led other Chargers teams, with arguably more talent and greater expectations, and come up short. So why believe in him (and them) this year? Because something has changed in the way the 10-year veteran thinks and acts
By Jim Trotter
Window Into the Weekend
Previewing Broncos-Chargers
Week 10 Preview: Broncos-Chargers
It’s Peyton Manning versus Philip Rivers as Peter King takes a look at the big Week 10 AFC West matchup
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Monday Night Preview
Monday Night Preview
Can the Colts stop the revitalized Antonio Gates and Philip Rivers, and how will San Diego cope with Indy’s downfield threat?
One on One With
In a Bolt, It Moves So Fast
In a Bolt, It Moves So Fast
Philip Rivers on the ups and downs of the 10-year-pro's career, the tough AFC West and plans after football
By Peter King
Game Plan
The Redemption of Rivers
The Redemption of Rivers
Left for dead, the career of Philip Rivers has new life, as the Chargers' quarterback is on pace for a career-best year. So what's changed? Plus, more of what I'll be watching in Week 5
By Peter King
West Coast State of Mind
Same Old Chargers
Same Old Chargers
After bringing in a new GM and a new coach this offseason, San Diego appeared to turn a corner with a last-second win over the Eagles in Week 2. But not so fast. Why does this franchise continue to choke in close games?
By Jim Trotter