Philip Rivers is heading to the Indianapolis Colts after 16 seasons with the Chargers. The fresh start could be just what Rivers needs.
Philip Rivers has led the Chargers for over a decade, but it appears his time may have come to an end. Did Anthony Lynn ever even give Rivers a fair shot?
Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers have parted company. Melvin Gordon thinks his former quarterback could join one specific club.
The former Pro Bowl quarterback has discussed how much longer he plans to play in the NFL after being let go by the Chargers.
The Chargers have finally come to a decision on Rivers future with the franchise ahead of the free agency.
The Colts and Rivers are a good match. Rivers may not have a lot left, but he’s got enough to keep them in contention for the AFC South title.
At the end of the regular season, Philip Rivers said he wasn’t ready to retire. His time with the Los Angeles Chargers, though, seems to be done.
There is one team that could gain some headway as the landing spot for Rivers in free agency in the coming weeks.
Rivers could draw interest from one NFL looking to possibly shake things up at the quarterback position in the offseason.
Following the regular-season finale loss to the Chiefs, star quarterback may have signaled he played his last game for the Chargers.
Today could be Philip Rivers final game with the Chargers. No matter what happens, though, the quarterback isn’t ready to retire.
Philip Rivers’ contract ends at the end of the of the season and he’s not playing great in 2019, but should the Chargers bring him back at QB?
Los Angles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers should start for your fantasy football team this weekend.
Philip Rivers has been one of the NFL’s top quarterbacks for a long time, but he will turn 40 in 2020. Should he be considering retirement?
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