Found August 29, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty According to Kevin Fishbaine of ProFootballWeekly.com, the San Diego Chargers believe wide receiver Vincent Brown will be able to come back in the second half of the season and make an impact. The way we hear it, the Chargers still expect Brown to return for the second half of the regular season, which would give them a boost down the stretch. Brown’s return from the injury is contingent on the ligament damage, and after he underwent surgery last Sunday, everything pointed to the receiver missing eight weeks, with only minor ligament damage discovered,” wrote Fishbaine.  
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