Found April 30, 2013 on
Pro Football Zone:
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the San Diego Chargers are bringing in free agent left tackle Bryant McKinnie for a visit on Tuesday. Bryant McKinnie is now scheduled to visit the San Diego Chargers on Tuesday, according to a source. Wasnât set until tonight â Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) April 30, 2013 Even after drafting offensive lineman D.J. Fluker in the first round of this yearâs draft, the Chargers still need a left tackle, since they plan on using Fluker at right tackle. Â Need NFL Tickets?
BEST OF MAXIM
A San Diego newspaper wasted no time at all to poke fun at one of the newest Chargers.On Friday, the Chargers moved up the board in the second round of the draft to select maligned Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o.The image you see above is U-T San Diego making light of the humiliating fake-girlfriend hoax that appears to be following Te'o from South Bend to the West Coast.Via For the Win
San Diego Chargers Johnny Patrick is showing hisÂ desperateÂ side, as a porn star has exposed him for harassing her and multiple women in the pornÂ industry.According to porn star Lisa Ann and Caprice Capone, Patrick is harassing them for sex by texting them nonstop. Lisa Ann took to Twitter to explain theÂ situationÂ Apparently, the two porn star have "class" and have...
According toÂ Â Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports, LaDainian Tomlinson told him that the San Diego Chargers asked him to come back and play in 2013. âI met [new general manager] Tom Telesco and [rookie head coach] Mike McCoy at the [NFL scouting] combine, and they asked me to come back and play,â Tomlinson said. âI saw [executive vice president] John Spanos at a restaurant in...
We reported over the weekend that former Chargers running back Ladainian Tomlinson told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports that the Chargers asked him if he was willing to come back and play this coming season. ChargersÂ executive vice president John Spanos made an appearance onÂ XEPRS-AMÂ and cleared things up a little. âWhen you see L.T., and you see the kind of shape heâs in...
Yesterday afternoon, Manti Teâo arrived at the San Diego Chargers facilities to have his introductory press conference and have all of his bosses remind him that heâll forever be compared to Junior Seau.
Hereâs a picture of Teâo arriving at the Chargers home office with his girlfriend Lennay right by his side.
I promise this is the one and only time Iâll use this joke....
It didnât take long for the San Diego media to start poking fun at Manti Teâo. Â San Diego Union-Tribune editorial cartoonist Steve Breen released this cartoon as a way to welcome Manti to San Diego. Â This cartoon is hilarious and I donât see the Lennay Kekua jokes going away for Manti any time soon.
Manti will be wearing #50 for the Chargers and he is very excited about joiningâ...
The San Diego Chargers have new sheriffs in town running the team.
As they move forward, they requested a trip to the past when they asked future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson to rejoin the Bolts. Â
Please click here to read this story.
The post San Diego Chargers asked LaDainian Tomlinson to return appeared first on Players View.
Sports Fans, you had to know that when the draft came and went that along with it would be a small resurgence in Manti Te'o-fake girlfriend jokes.
The Notre Dame linebacker ended up going to the San Diego Chargers in the second round of the draft. Although he had to miss a parade in his honor back home in Hawaii due to commitments to his new team, the San Diego Tribune welcomed...
Keenan Allen â WR â San Diego (#3.14 â 76th Overall)Out of the University of California, Allen at one time was considered at least a 2nd round pick, and possibly in the conversation to be a late 1st rounder.Â He has a big frame, reminiscent of Demaryius Thomas; however, Allen has had lingering issues with his knee and didnât show particularly well on his pro day, which droppedÂ...
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson signed a one-day contract
with the San Diego Chargers last June in order to officially retire with the
team. Apparently the Chargers want to extend that deal, as Tomlinson told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports that he was offered an opportunity to rejoin San Diego âin
a very real capacity.â
Tomlinson said that he initially didnât think the...
The Chargers are in a desperate need for a left tackle after missing out on the top three left tackles in the draft. According to the UT San Diegoâs Michael Gehlken, Bryant McKinnie just had a good visit with the Chargers that has now led to dinner.
Told Bryant McKinnie is amidst a âvery goodâ visit. Having dinner with Chargers tonight. Two sides have yet to talk numbers.
LaDainian Tomlinson is still getting used to retired life from the NFL.
And retired life must be really good because the former All-Pro running back has turned down an offer to return to the league.
Tomlinson told Michael Silver of Yahoo.com that he recently turned down an offer by the San Diego Chargers to return to the team.
Tomlinson was approached by new Chargers general manager...
Yesterday we reported on a story in which former San Diego Chargers great LaDainian Tomlinson said that team executives had asked him to come out of retirement.Â
Yesterday, Chargers executive vice president John Spanos shot that those rumors, and clarified the actually conversation that took place during the NFL Combine.
âWhen you see L.T., and you see the kind of shape heâs...
LaDainian Tomlinson is the San Diego Chargers all-time leader in rushing yardage and touchdowns, so it is safe to say that he is considered an all-time great as far as their franchise goes. But, that great has retired. Enjoying a nice career as an analyst with the NFL Network, Tomlinson has been enjoying life after [...]