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The San Diego Chargers announced a one-year deal with veteran free agent offensive lineman Rex Hadnot. Financial terms were not disclosed. Hadnot, 30, was a 2004 sixth-round pick out of Houston by the Miami Dolphins who has started 93 of 114 games in an eight-year career that has also included a two-year stint with the Cleveland Browns. Most recently, Hadnot was with the Arizona Cardinals, who released him on March 18. Hadnot started all 16 games for the Cardinals last season and played in nearly 96 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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A.J. Smith and crew can finally start to rest. The job of the scouting department and general manager is all but over for this off-season. The 2012 NFL Draft concluded Saturday evening after 3 days and 7 rounds. San Diego had 7 picks in the Draft, one in each of the first 5 rounds and 2 in the 7th round. With those 7 picks the...
The Arizona Cardinals made a big splash in the draft by grabbing the hyper-talented WR from Notre Dame Michael Floyd.
Not only should he succeed but in a Boldin sort of way he instantly makes Larry Fitzgerald that much better.
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According to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego Chargers wide receiver Robert Meachem confirmed that he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after this past season.
Meachem had the procedure done in late January and it’s the same knee that ended up being surgically repaired before his rookie season in 2007 due to a torn meniscus.
“I’m still young, so...
While making my standard rounds through my favorite Chargers websites this weekend waiting for each of the rounds of the Draft to start, I came across a very interesting set of articles. This series is called Fan Perspective and it gives fans a very rare opportunity, the chance to be interviewed like the players. I thought this was a wonderful idea as it gives fans a chance...
The Arizona Cardinals selected wide receiver Michael Floyd with the No. 13 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
This was an excellent selection for Arizona, and some experts even believe Floyd is a better prospect than Justin Blackmon. Stud Larry Fitzgerald looks to benefit with a major upgrade with Floyd as his wingman, but the rookie wont be fantasy starter material unless...
Johnnie Troutman was a coveted commodity by the San Diego Chargers. How much so? So much that Troutman will miss the entire 2012 season after undergoing surgery for a torn pectoral muscle, but the Chargers drafted the Penn State guard in the fifth-round on Saturday anyway. "We wanted the player," General Manager A.J. Smith told the San Diego Union-Tribune. Troutman suffered...
All the questioning and criticism that occurred when the Cardinals exited the first two rounds of the draft without an offensive lineman has since turned into ... well, something other than questioning and criticism.
The Cards' decision to take potential No. 1 receiver Michael Floyd in the first round, then wait to grab three potential O-line contributors -- including highly...
Arizona Cardinals: B-
Having Michael Floyd in this lineup will help Larry Fitzgerald and Kevin Kolb. If they can find a way to pass block, Floyd's presence should tell the Cardinals if they have their QB of the future, or whether they need to go back to the drawing board. But I'm not sure they can protect. Bobby Massie is one of the better values of the draft at No. 112...
It is evident that the San Diego Chargers are tired of drafting from the middle of each round every April, and it's time they lean one way or the other. Recent regular seasons indicate that they might as well tank in favor of selecting USC's Matt Barkley No. 1 overall next year and trading him for a new General Manager and Head Coach. 2012's edition, on the other hand...
Larry Fitzgerald reportedly lobbied Cardinals management to draft Floyd, but the team insists Fitzgerald isn't heavily involved in the draft process.
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