Los Angeles - According to reports, the Los Angeles Chargers and All-Pro quarterback Philip Rivers agree to go their separate ways after 16-years as the Chargers quarterback.
Rivers, 38, recently moved his family from San Diego to Florida. Rivers threw a total of 4,615 yards with 23 touchdowns this past season. He threw a dismal 20 interceptions and his team fell to 5-11, last place in the AFC West division.
Rivers in his career with the Chargers led them to six playoff games, he is in sixth place in the history of the NFL in career passing (59,271 yards) and touchdown passes (397).
According to reports, the Chargers are interested in free agent quarterbacks Tom Brady and Drew Brees.