Chargers Podcast Network

Chargers Podcast Network

Your one stop for all things Chargers, directly from the team. In-depth conversations and analysis with players, coaches, executives, national reporters and broadcasters, and much more.

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May 19, 2022 45 min
Matt "Money Smith and Chris Hayre discuss the Chargers' new-look defense and answer fan questions, including which players will take a leap in 2022.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre break down all 17 games on the Chargers' 2022 regular season schedule, including Week 1 vs. Las Vegas (1:20), Week 2 at Kansas City (5:23) and Week 17 vs. the Rams (36:30). The guys close the pod by sharing their top-three favorite matchups, both home and road (43:15).
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by The Athletic's Dane Brugler, who shares his thoughts on each of the Chargers' eight selections in the 2022 NFL Draft.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by The Athletic's Daniel Popper and the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller to discuss the Chargers selecting Boston College guard Zion Johnson and No. 17 overall. The guys also share their surprises from the first round and look ahead to days two and three.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by The Athletic's Dane Brugler for one final Q&A before the 2022 NFL Draft. Among the topics: a possible surprise selection at No. 17 overall, trading up vs. trading back, when the run on quarterbacks will start, and much more.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by The Athletic's Dane Brugler, who answers fan questions with the 2022 NFL Draft one week away.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre recap the latest Chargers news, including the signings of wide receiver DeAndre Carter and linebacker Troy Reeder. The guys also discuss what _could_ happen in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft and how it impacts the Bolts at No. 17 overall.
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With the 2022 NFL Draft three weeks away, Matt “Money” Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by NFL Draft Bible’s Ric Serritella, who shares his thoughts on several position groups that may be of interest to the Chargers at No. 17 overall.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre answer your questions about the draft, free agency, specific position groups, the AFC West and more! Powered by YouTube TV.
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Sylvan, the Chargers director of football administration, joins Hayley Elwood for a special Women's History Month episode to discuss her path working in football operations from the league to the club level.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre discuss the latest blockbuster move in the AFC West before breaking down the Chargers' signings of tight end Gerald Everett, defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day and more! Powered by YouTube TV.
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Matt “Money” Smith and Chris Hayre share their takeaways from Khalil Mack’s day with the L.A. media and discuss the other moves made to improve the defense in free agency. Powered by YouTube TV.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre react to the return of wide receiver Mike Williams and look towards the start of free agency next week. Later, The Athletic's Daniel Popper shares his takeaways from Indianapolis and discusses team needs ahead of free agency and the draft (28:45). Powered by YouTube TV.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre react to general manager Tom Telesco and head coach Brandon Staley's press conferences from Indianapolis. Pro Football Focus' Mike Renner also joins the pod to share his thoughts on the 2022 draft class (16:45). Powered by YouTube TV.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre preview next week's NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and discuss Daniel Jeremiah's latest mock draft that has the Chargers drafting a wide receiver at No. 17 overall.
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February 17, 2022 42 min
Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre answer your questions about the draft, free agency and more! Powered by YouTube TV.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre discuss five position groups frequently mocked to the Chargers at No. 17 overall before previewing Super Bowl LVI. Powered by YouTube TV.
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Katie Keenan, NFL senior director of event operations, joins Hayley Elwood to discuss the ins and outs of planning and preparing for the Super Bowl in L.A. at SoFi Stadium and what makes this year's halftime show so special.
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Matt "Money" Smith and Chris Hayre are joined by CBS Sports NFL Draft analyst Chris Trapasso to discuss standout players at this week's Senior Bowl and prospects to watch leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft. Powered by YouTube TV.
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January 31, 2022 24 min
Chris Hayre and Hayley Elwood look ahead to the 2022 season with The Athletic’s Daniel Popper and LA Times’ Jeff Miller to discuss the 2021 rookie they think will make the biggest leap in 2022, the unrestricted free agent the team must keep, and more. Presented by Windows 11.
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