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This year’s Doggy Draft presented by Lazy Dog features an outstanding class! Help these furry free agents find their forever home and visit Chargers.com/DogDraft to learn more!
This year’s Doggy Draft presented by Lazy Dog features an outstanding class! Help these furry free agents find their forever home and visit Chargers.com/DogDraft to learn more!
Wide receiver Keenan Allen joined rapper Snoop Dogg for Snoop Special Stars Camp, a program which provides children with special needs with a safe place where they can play sports. Allen stopped by the camp in LA to coach the kids and even learn a few of their dance moves.
The Chargers held a Chargers PREP Youth Football Camp through the Chargers Impact Fund, SkyOne Federal Credit Union, and Sonesta Hotels. The camp guided participants through technique drills and culminated in a tournament between the teams. Chargers players Donald Parham, Matt Feiler, Christian Covington and more served as special guests, helping coach the athletes and signing autographs after the camp.
The Chargers partnered with American Airlines to hold the annual Take Charge Summit for high school football players from the Greater LA area who were rising seniors. This summit, which took place at SoFi Stadium, featured guest speakers from American Airlines and Chargers players Asante Samuel Jr. and Joshua Palmer and focused on building the leadership qualities of these young athletes.
Take a look back at how the Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund supported the Southern California community in 2021, including the inaugural year of Bolt Academy, the 17th annual Bikes for Kids Donation, and much more!
The Chargers held their second annual Nike 11-On event at Long Beach Poly High School, in which local boys and girls prep football programs came together to go through drills, compete, and receive guidance from special guest Rashawn Slater.
The Bolts Community Crew, powered by Pacific Premier Bank, and Chris Rumph II joined with Heal the Bay in a Dockweiler Beach clean up where they gathered 475lbs of trash to support cleaner water and safer beaches for our community.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the Chargers and Nike collaborated to hold a pilot girls flag football season for eight high schools across Los Angeles. The season included custom Nike jerseys for each team, a behind the scenes tour of SoFi Stadium, and a tournament culminating in a championship held at the Super Bowl Experience at downtown LA on Super Bowl weekend.
The Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund and WGU teamed up to hold a First Downs for First Books distribution and reading at Kelso Elementary in Inglewood in celebration of Black History Month.
The Chargers joined forces with Oakley, Find Your Grind Foundation and safety Derwin James for the opening of a new and improved South Park to provide a safe and quality space for LA youth to practice their sport.
The Bolts partnered with Ball Corporation and Inner-City Arts to host a gameday gallery of 100% recyclable art during all Chargers home games at SoFi Stadium. Each piece of art was created by a student involved in Inner-City Arts, a nonprofit that provides quality art instruction for kids from underserved communities.
An innovative career training and leadership program, Bolt Academy has had a successful launch this past season. With the partnership between the Chargers Impact Fund, Brotherhood Crusade, Inglewood Unified School District, and SoFi, the students had the great opportunity to work on game days and make an impact in the Inglewood community!
Ms. B’s M&M Soul Food, located in Inglewood, was struggling to pay rent after their rent doubled and food costs rose during the COVID-19 pandemic. When the Chargers heard about their story, they stepped up and hired Ms. B’s to feed their entire team following the Bolts matchup against the Minnesota Vikings to show their support for local businesses.
The Chargers honored Hailey Morinico as their Hometown Hero for Week 17 of the 2021 NFL season. When a bear came into her backyard and got too close to her family’s dogs, Hailey pushed the bear off the ledge to save them. Presented by Grant Thornton.
After a virtual competition last season, local Southern California high schools competed in the 2021 STEM on the Sidelines™ competition presented by Ducommun Inc. at SoFi Stadium.
Meet Brisket! Brisket is the newest member of the Bolt fam and is the new official Charger dog! Presented by Lazy Dog.
The Los Angeles Chargers partnered with Trina’s Kids Foundation in its 8th annual toy drive to fill the SoFi Stadium field from goal-line to goal-line with toys for select families to pick up. In addition to toys, the Bolts also provided other essential items and gifts for the families to help make the holiday season a little easier.
The Chargers honored Neveah Henrich as their Hometown Hero for Week 15 of the 2021 NFL season. Neveah helped save the life of her friend’s mother after she began choking by instructing those around her how to do the Heimlich maneuver until first responders arrived. Presented by Grant Thornton.
The Bolt fam continued a 17-year tradition by partnering with Bikes for Kids and Pechanga to surprise 3rd graders at a local Los Angeles elementary school with brand new bikes. The bikes were hand-built by the Bolts Community Crew over the weekend and former Chargers LaDainian Tomlinson and Antonio Gates surprised all the children with the bicycles. This year’s donation of 170 bikes was the largest yet thanks to Pechanga Resort and Casino.
The Chargers honored Bodie Chapman as their Hometown Hero for Week 14 of the 2021 NFL season. Bodie saved the life of a senior citizen who was unconscious after a car crash by performing CPR until paramedics arrived. Presented by Grant Thornton.
Tackle Storm Norton shows off his cleats and shares that he’s playing for Alzheimer’s Awareness.
Linebacker Drue Tranquill shows off his cleats and shares that he’s playing for Trellis, an organization focused on combatting homelessness.
Linebacker Kenneth Murray shows off his cleats and shares that he’s playing for Shields for Families, an organization focused on providing support to those with mental health issues.
Offensive tackle Rashawn Slater shows off his cleats and shares that he’s playing for the Chargers Impact Fund.
Quarterback Justin Herbert surprises students at 74th Street Elementary with the news that they will be featured on his cleats in partnership with Nike in the Chargers Week 14 game vs the Giants.
Uncle Ardy from Pirnia Law Group shows off his Chargers buses that can be seen around SoFi Stadium on gameday.
The Chargers announced a new multi-year partnership with Fresh Vine Wine, owned by entrepreneurs Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough, to feature their wine at select bars at SoFi Stadium! To celebrate the announcement, Dobrev and Hough cheered on the Chargers at the team’s first home game at SoFi Stadium on Sunday, August 22.
In partnership with the Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund, Inglewood Unified School District, and Brotherhood Crusade, SoFi celebrated the graduation of 14 young scholars from the Bolt Academy program. The program is designed to offer juniors and seniors from Inglewood high schools the opportunity to participate in a six month after-school program to develop leadership and job-readiness skills.
Entrepreneurs Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough crash the Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers preseason game at SoFi Stadium! Join them for a vlog of their tour of the one-of-a-kind NFL stadium as they promote their lifestyle wine brand, Fresh Vine Wine.
Nearly 150 local Girl Scouts came together for a day of flag football skills and fundamentals on the Bolts’ training camp fields at Jack Hammett Sports Complex.
Celebrities Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough partner with the Chargers for a new SoFi Stadium offering.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed safety JT Woods to a rookie contract. The Bolts selected Woods in the third round with the No. 79 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed running back Isaiah Spiller to a rookie contract. The Bolts selected Spiller in the fourth round with the No. 123 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed guard Zion Johnson to a rookie contract. The Bolts selected Johnson with the No. 17 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed defensive lineman Morgan Fox.
The Los Angeles Chargers today claimed guard/tackle Zack Bailey off waivers.
The Los Angeles Chargers announced that they signed five players selected in the 2022 NFL Draft to rookie contracts — UCLA defensive lineman Otito Ogbonnia (No. 160 overall), Georgia offensive lineman Jamaree Salyer (No. 195), Wake Forest defensive back Ja’Sir Taylor (No. 214), Mississippi defensive back Deane Leonard (No. 236) and Purdue fullback Zander Horvath (No. 260).
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed cornerback Bryce Callahan.
The Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms with the following undrafted free agents on Saturday after the conclusion of the 2022 NFL Draft:
Take a look back at the Chargers draft picks through the years as the start of the 2022 NFL Draft draws near and who the Chargers will select with their first round pick will be revealed.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed center/guard Will Clapp.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed linebacker Troy Reeder.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed wide receiver DeAndre Carter.
Go behind the scenes of the Chargers blockbuster 2022 free agency on this special offseason episode of All In powered by Bud Light. See how the acquisitions of six-time Pro Bowl linebacker Khalil Mack, star cornerback J.C. Jackson and more came together as the Bolts begin loading up for the arms race for the AFC West.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed tight end Gerald Everett.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed punter JK Scott.
The Los Angeles Chargers today agreed to terms with defensive lineman Christian Covington.
The Los Angeles Chargers today re-signed quarterback Chase Daniel.
The Los Angeles Chargers today re-signed kicker Dustin Hopkins to a multi-year contract.
The Los Angeles Chargers today agreed to terms with Pro Bowl cornerback J.C. Jackson, defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day, defensive lineman Austin Johnson and long snapper Josh Harris.
The Los Angeles Chargers today announced the team has acquired outside linebacker Khalil Mack from the Chicago Bears. In exchange, the Chargers will send a 2022 second-round draft pick and a 2023 sixth-round selection to Chicago.
The Los Angeles Chargers today placed tenders on wide receiver Jalen Guyton, tackle Storm Norton and tight end Donald Parham Jr.
The Los Angeles Chargers today signed wide receiver Mike Williams to a multi-year contract extension.
Drue Tranquill and Uchenna Nwosu battle it out in a duel of Super Smash Bros in this episode of Let’s Play! Presented by Southern California McDonald’s.
Chris Rumph and Tre’ McKitty face off in NBA 2K21 by EA Sports in this episode of Pass the Sticks powered by Toyota.
Go behind the scenes of creating the 2021 Chargers and their new identity on the season finale of All In powered by Bud Light. Look back at some of the Bolts landmark games of the year, including wins over the Kansas City Chiefs & Cincinnati Bengals, as the team begins to prepare for the 2022 combine, the NFL Draft and beyond.
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