Danny Woodhead

San Diego Chargers #39 - Running Back

  • Born: 01/25/85
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 200
  • Seasons: 7

Is the Third Time a Charm?

Twenty plus years of history suggests this season might be a disappointment for the San Diego Chargers. But let's see if the past really is prologue for 2014.

The Book of Woodhead: Volume 3

Danny Woodhead's long climb to the pros takes some unexpected turns.

Daily Links: San Diego will miss Tony Gwynn

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Danny Woodhead: The College Years

Danny Woodhead was literally the best college football player who ever existed. Don't believe me? This article is sure to change your mind. He was the best and that's all there is to it.

The San Diego Chargers Softball Team

A few San Diego Chargers players have been secretly playing on a softball team in town and we have exclusive pictures from their first loss of the season.

The Book of Woodhead: Volume One

Danny Woodhead is the scrappiest, grittiest, most hard-working, coach's son, heads-up, smart, football IQest, grinder of a NFL that ever was. This is a tribute to him and everything that has made him so good and awesome at playing NFL football.

POLL: Should the Chargers re-sign Ryan Mathews?


Looking at the market value of running backs, and the options the Chargers have with Ryan Mathews entering the final year of his rookie contract.

Keeper League: Which Chargers should you keep?

Are you in a fantasy football keeper league? Are you wondering which San Diego Chargers players you should hold onto for next season and which to let go? We're here to help.

Grading the Chargers' 1st day of Free Agency


We're giving out grades for the first day of free agency for the San Diego Chargers, which was probably better than you think.

Chargers sign RB Donald Brown

Former first round pick and Colts running back Donald Brown, will sign with the San Diego Chargers, according to sources

The Chargers shouldn't sign every ex-Charger

Fans of the San Diego Chargers only watch the San Diego Chargers. So, when free agency rolls around, ex-Chargers are the only players they recognize. This doesn't mean those players should be targeted by the team.

Analytics: Improvement in the Chargers Offense

Using ProFootballFocus data, DVOA (Football Outsiders) and lots and lots of Excel, we look at the Chargers' resurgent offense from 2012 to 2013.

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