Quarterback Philip Rivers shot down reports Tuesday that stated he asked to be traded in the wake of the Chargers' move from San Diego to Los Angeles.
Rivers told multiple outlets that he isn't pushing for a trade and plans to be part of the team in its first season in Los Angeles.
One report stated Rivers was seeking a trade to the San Francisco 49ers.
Rivers spent his first 13 NFL seasons with the Chargers in San Diego and expressed reservations in the past about a possible move to Los Angeles.
But after the team announced its move last week, Rivers said he was looking forward to playing in Los Angeles despite being disappointed the team was leaving San Diego.
Rivers has a no-trade clause in a contract that runs through 2019.