The Los Angeles Chargers have now won four consecutive games with the 30-12 victory over the Washington Redskins at StubHub Center on Sunday, Dec. 12. The Los Angeles football team demonstrated dominance in all three phases and now sit above .500 for the first time in nearly two years (Sept. 2015).
“I think it’s been night and day when you look at the first quarter of the season even the second quarter, we were being dominated,” said Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn.
On the Chargers opening drive, Travis Coons made a 33-yard field goal. The following drive Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers orchestrated a 92-yard drive that ended in a touchdown pass to tight end Hunter Henry.
Heading into the 2016 season, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods has solidified his spot as the No. 2 receiver on the depth chart. He says this offseason he is focused on gaining his speed back after suffering and playing with a groin injury for much of the 2015 season.
Through three seasons with the Bills, Woods has been fairly consistent toting over 500 total yards and 3 touchdowns each season. Woods, now 24-years-old, is heading into his fourth and final season of his rookie contract making this arguably the most important season of them all.
The Bills matchup against the Colts in their first preseason game of the 2016 season on Saturday, August 13th at 1:30pm (PST) at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, NY.
LoJo Media caught up with Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods at El Segundo High School where he was at a private offseason workout. Woods shared the track and field with several U.S. Olympic athletes training for the Rio Games. See his thoughts on the 2016 Rio Olympics and how he is getting prepared for the NFL regular season.
Jacksonville Jaguar’s linebacker Hayes Pullard hosted his 2nd Annual Youth Football Camp at his alma mater Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles. Pullard invited campers ages 8-18 years old to enjoy a free football training camp. An abundance of NFL associates and college teammates volunteered their time to inspire campers and help with the camp including Los Angeles Ram’s safety TJ McDonald, teammate at USC and on the Jacksonville Jaguars WR Marqise Lee and Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson to name a few. The camp even garnered sponsorship from the Los Angeles Lakers who provided campers with SWAG.
Raised by a single father in the heart of Los Angeles, Antwaun Woods, defied the odds earning a scholarship to USC and ultimately graduating from the university. Now, Woods is transitioning to the NFL as a rookie for the Tennessee Titans.