Keenan Allen

Chargers Defeat Vikings 28-24; Mike Williams Season is Over

With seven seconds left in the game at U.S. Bank Stadium, Kenneth Murray Jr. sealed the win for the Chargers with an interception in the endzone, snagging a ball deflected off the chest of Vikings tight end T.J. Hockenson, preventing a go-ahead Vikings score.

Dolphins Outstep Chargers 36-34

The Los Angeles Chargers fell short to the Miami Dolphins 34-36 in their home opener.

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert made 33 passes for 228 yards, running back Austin Ekeler rushed for 117 yards from 16 carries and wide receiver Keenan Allen made six catches for 76 yards.

Chargers Building Strong Bonds on Defense

The Los Angeles Chargers began their organized team activities (OTA’s) on May 22. Key starters, like quarterback Justin Herbert, linebacker Khalil Mack, and wide receiver Keenan Allen attended. Head coach Brandon Staley was elated to see linebacker Joey Bosa also be present at practice.

L.A. Chargers Select Local and Prominent Players in NFL Draft

The Los Angeles Chargers selected seven players in the 2023 NFL Draft. With their first round, 21st overall pick, the Bolts drafted TCU wide receiver Quentin Johnston. Head coach Brandon Staley mentioned how Johnston will be mentored by the likes of wideouts Mike Williams and Keenan Allen.

L.A. Chargers Snuff Out Late Steelers Rally

The Pittsburg Steelers ardently battled the Los Angeles Chargers late, scoring 27 points in the fourth quarter. Yet, the Bolts was prepared and poised, staying in the game to secure a 41-37 victory.

Chargers WR Keenan Allen Speaks On His Frustrations Over The Years

The penalties hindered the Chargers from executing their offense and three of the five penalties were offensive holding. Allen said in week 6, the Ravens did a good job defensively but wouldn’t acknowledge the Patriots. “Today it was all us. I didn’t see anything that they did where we couldn’t understand what was going on.”