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Chargers Mathews Back In Full Pads -

The San Diego Chargers announced that RB Ryan Mathews was wearing full pads in practice on Thursday for the first time in 5 Weeks after breaking his clavicle on Aug. 9 in a preseason game. It remains to be seen if this is the team’s starting process of getting Mathews ready for Week three or not. The fact that Mathews is wearing pads during practice is a significant step toward him getting back on the playing field and suggests that Mathews could possibly have a chance of getting a couple of carries this week when the Tennessee Titans come to town.

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