• Melvin Ingram: Joey Bosa and I are best duo in NFL

    Larry Brown Sports "The Los Angeles Chargers will have one of the better pass-rushing combos in the league this season. Melvin Ingram knows all about it, and he actually thinks he’s part of a duo that’s the best in the NFL. Ingram said Monday that he believes he and Joey Bosa are the “best duo” in the league,..." August 01

  • Joey Bosa still dealing with dislocated finger from last season

    Sportsnaut "Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa is still getting over an injury he suffered a season ago. Kevin Patra of cited a report from the NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan, saying that a dislocated finger injury from 2016 is still lingering with Bosa. “Per Flanagan, Bosa opted not to..." July 31

  • Joey Bosa has a specific plan for his offseason work, and it seems to work

    Pro Football Talk "Joey Bosa takes preparation seriously. Last year when he was getting ready for the draft, he even practiced for the Wonderlic, before logging the kind of score that would make people who care about such scores nod approvingly. “I’m not as dumb as I may sound or look,” Bosa said. Along those..." April 26

  • Joey Bosa at Chargers workouts Monday

    Pro Football Talk "Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco held his pre-draft press conference on Monday and most of the time was spent painting the same broad strokes about the team’s plans for later this week that you hear from every team at this point in the year. Telesco did provide one newsworthy item about the..." April 24

  • Philip Rivers has no qualms about Joey Bosa skipping workouts

    Pro Football Talk "Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa has opted not to show up for optional voluntary workouts. If any of his teammates will be applying peer pressure to Bosa, it won’t be his starting quarterback, Philip Rivers. “I know this about Joey,” Rivers told Hardwick & Richards on XTRA 1360 AM in San Diego...." April 21

  • Joey Bosa working with trainer instead of attending voluntary workouts

    Fanrag Sports "The narrative that there is an issue between the Chargers management and Defensive Rookie of the Year Joey Bosa will likely continue this spring. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday that Bosa will work out with his personal trainer in Florida, rather than attending..." April 18

  • Joey Bosa, Tyreek Hill among players most likely to suffer sophomore slump "Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and Joey Bosa set the tone for all rookies in 2016. Elliott was the league's rushing champion with 1,631 yards, while Prescott received Offensive Rookie of the Year honors after posting a 104.9 passer rating. Following a holdout, Bosa racked up double-digit sacks in..." April 17