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It might be hard to imagine a 320-pound defensive tackle in a smart car. It's even harder to picture one in a bright red Smart Car featuring Hello Kitty's face on the side. But that's exactly what Chargers' Antonio Garay has -- a tiny, red and black Hello Kitty smart car. Maybe this isn't so surprising, considering the interesting patterns Garay has cut into his hair. Still, the 31-year-old has no problem defending attacks on his car choice. "@disser @sschill52 don't hate on the ride... My ride is the ish... Lol," Garay tweeted. Garay tweeted various pictures of himself in...
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Chargers DT Antonio Garay was just fined $15,000 by the NFL for a hit below the knee on Tom Brady in Week 2, but he will be laughing all the way to the bank, because he drives a tiny car with a Hello Kitty on it and tweets pictures of it all the time. So, ha! More »
Chargers WRs Malcom Floyd (groin) and Vincent Jackson (abdomen) were questionable for Sundays game, but both are active and will play. Floyd was listed as doubtful a week ago and played. Jackson said he feels about the same as a week ago when he was listed as probable and played. The list of inactives are: DE Luis Castillo, DE Jacques Cesaire, LB Darryl Gamble, TE Antonio Gates...
Chargers salt away victory with long fourth-quarter drive that Turner predicted.
Philip Rivers threw for 307 yards and a touchdown, as the San Diego Chargers earned a 26-16 victory over the Miami Dolphins. Vincent Jackson caught three passes for 108 yards and a score for the Chargers (3-1), while Ryan Mathews ran for 81 yards on 16 carries and tallied 68 receiving yards. Nick Novak hit 4-of-4 field goal attempts. Matt Moore, thrust into the lineup following a...
SAN DIEGO — Welcome live to sunny San Diego, where the Dolphins have caught a big break with the Chargers’ injury situation. The Dolphins have had trouble covering the tight end all season, and were supposed to face the best tight end in the world in Antonio Gates. But Gates has plantar fasciitis, and will [...]
A silver dog tag jangled loosely around Chargers tight end Randy McMichael's neck. His body ached from battle. His skin was bruised from collisions.
On his face, he sported a wall-to-wall smile.
“Man, I love to play football,” McMichael said after the team's 26-16 Sunday win over the Miami Dolphins at Qualcomm Stadium. “I might not be able to walk Wednesday and Thursday...
The San Diego Chargers are 3-1 for the first
time in five seasons under coach Norv Turner after a 26-16 victory over the Miami Dolphins, who lost quarterback Chad Henne to an injury.