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SAN DIEGO, CA-- Five weeks before the actual beginning of training camp, the San Diego Chargers wrapped up their final mini-camp workouts Thursday. Players showered, dressed and headed to their cars with hands full of playbooks and iPads, looking forward to the last week in July and the start of their atonement for two sub-par seasons. Along with their carrying the homework and whatever they've loaded onto their tablets, the majority of players were also wearing something big and bright: smiles.
Everywhere you looked, there was a happy Charger walking around the facility; but the biggest and brightest grin was on the face of Ronnie Brown.
Less than two weeks ago, Brown was looking for a team to play with following a season in Philadelphia that can only be described as terrible for the second overall pick by Miami in the 2005 NFL Draft.
After spending his first six seasons with the Dolphins as a multi-dimensional running back who caused consternation among many defenses tryin...
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The main question behind the San Diego Chargers ground game going in to the 2012 NFL season is whether third year back Ryan Mathews can be consistent and live up to the high expectations. Mathews has had success in the past and has showed glimpses of greatness, but there are questions that he cannot be [...]
On Monday, June 18th the Chargers Mini Camp began. With the Chargers having so many new additions and parts to this team, the time spent together as a team will be critical to the teams success. Especially for rookies of last year, who didn't get the chance to do OTA's or Mini Camp two-a-days because of the lockout.
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The main story behind the Chargers run game is whether third year back Ryan Mathews can be consistent and live up to the high expectations. Mathews has had success in the past and has showed glimpses of greatness, but there are questions that he cannot be an every down type back,
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The last time that running back LaDainian Tomlinson held his No. 21 Chargers jersey in his hand, the prize ball carrier was filled with mixed emotions of gratefulness and anger.
Gratefulness because of the opportunities given by the San Diego Chargers to perform on a high level in the NFL and anger due to not being able to finish his football playing in San Diego.
When we look back at L.T's career we can often get tangled in his spectacular accomplishments statistically. But as fans remember, watching L.T. was more than the stats he put up game to game, or if he scored your fantasy team enough points. Tomlinson defined an era for both the San Diego Chargers and the NFL with his demeanor on and off the field, leadership, and impact...
Ladainian Tomlinson signed with the San Diego Chargers on Monday then immediately retired. It was a fitting end to a career that ended too soon. LT spent his first nine seasons in the NFL with the team that drafted him, the San Diego Chargers. In that time Tomlinson ran for 12,490 yards, rushed for [...]