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san Diego Chargers offensive tackle Ikechuku Ndukwe was released after a fight at practice.
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A white, circular bandage covers four stiches on Mike Tolbert's forehead.
Inches below, the skin atop his nose chips outward like it's been through a pocket-sized lawnmower.
Beneath his new look, the Chargers running back, battered but not beaten, flashed a smile this week in the locker room, recounting a conversation with his wife after returning home from Monday night...
San Diego LB Takeo Spikes was added to the team’s injury report Friday.
Spikes missed Friday’s practice with a back problem, but is still listed as probable for the game.
Fellow LB Shaun Phillips is questionable for Sunday.
The Chargers could be without inside linebacker Donald Butler against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, a major blow against the run. Butler has shown in his first full season innate instincts and physicality that have the Chargers excited about his future. Butler missed practice and was wearing a boot on his injured left foot Thursday. If he does not start, Butler will be replaced primarily...
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The San Diego Chargers say former linebacker Lew Bush -- who played with the team for seven seasons and was part of its lone Super Bowl team in 1994 -- has died. The Chargers said in a statement that Bush, who also played for the Kansas City Chiefs, died of an apparent heart attack at age 42. It was not immediately clear where Bush died -- public records show he lived in San Diego...
A lot of NFL observers have criticized the Chargers for several years for underachieving as they’ve been stocked with some of the deepest talent in the league the last several years. The last few years they’ve just squeaked into the playoffs thanks in large part to strong finishes. Most are wondering if they’re at it again after posting a December win Monday night to end a...
Buffalo defense in a dry spell; Philip Rivers would like to keep it that way.
Have the Chargers finally found stability on the offensive line? Will Drayton Florence torment his former team in his return? Is Donald Butler laying the blueprint for his eventual sidekick? These topics and more in our latest Bolts Notebook.