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This Day in Chargers History: May 25

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 25, 2011 – 8:46 AM

May 25, 2005 – The Chargers signed nose tackle Jamal Williams to a restructured five-year contract. Williams made the Pro Bowl in each of the next three seasons, earning first-team All-Pro honors in ’05 and ’06.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 24

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 24, 2011 – 8:55 AM

May 24, 1984 – The NFL announces San Diego will host Super Bowl XXII on Jan. 31, 1988. The Washington Redskins beat the Denver Broncos, 42-10, in the game, the first of three Super Bowls held in San Diego.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 23

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 23, 2011 – 9:26 AM

May 23, 1997 – President Dean Spanos introduces Rolf Benirschke as the 20th selectee to the Chargers Hall of Fame. Benirschke made 146 field goals and 328 extra points during 10 seasons with San Diego. He made one Pro Bowl and was named NFL Man of the Year in 1983. Off the field, he’s known for hosting Wheel of Fortune in ’89 as well as living with ulcerative colitis.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 20

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 20, 2011 – 9:06 AM

May 20, 2010 – An artist’s rendering of the Chargers’ proposed downtown stadium appears in San Diego’s morning papers after Special Counsel Mark Fabiani revealed it the day before at a town hall-style meeting. Fabiani called the site the team’s “last, best option.”


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This Day in Chargers History: May 19

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 19, 2011 – 4:01 PM

May 19, 1971 – San Diego trades receiver Lance Alworth to Dallas for tight end Pettis Norman, tackle Tony Liscio and defensive tackle Ron East. Alworth, the first Chargers player and the first AFL player elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, caught two passes for the Cowboys in Super Bowl VI, aiding in a 24-3 win against the Miami Dolphins before retiring after the ’72 season. The Chargers traded Liscio back to Dallas for a fifth-round draft choice a few months later.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 18

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 18, 2011 – 8:52 AM

May 18, 1995 – Owner Alex Spanos announces a plan to create the Alex G. Spanos San Diego Foundation, a nonprofit organization designed to “help San Diego build on its strengths by supporting individuals, activities and organizations that work to make the city a better place to live. Spanos also announces a $1.5 million donation to the San Diego Hall of Champions.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 17

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 17, 2011 – 8:35 AM

May 17, 1965 – The SDCC approves the expenditure of $750,000 for architectural and engineering drawings of a 50,000-seat stadium at the Southwest corner of Friars Road and Murphy Canyon Road in Mission Valley.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 16

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 16, 2011 – 9:00 AM

May 16, 2001 – San Diego hires former Bills scout Buddy Nix as the team’s director of player personnel. Along with John Butler and A.J. Smith, Nix helped the Chargers bounce back from a 1-15 season in 2000 to make the playoffs five times between 2004 and 2009.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 15

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 16, 2011 – 8:59 AM

May 15, 2006 – Quarterback Philip Rivers spends his first day of practice as San Diego’s starting quarterback after backing up Drew Brees for the first two years of his career. The day doubled as the first day of OTAs for a Chargers team that would win 14 games during the regular season.


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This Day in Chargers History: May 14

Posted by Christopher Smith on May 16, 2011 – 8:58 AM

May 14, 2004 – The Chargers install a 3-4 defense during the first day of Offseason Coaching Sessions under defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.


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