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Make no mistake about it, pound for pound the San Diego Chargers are the best team in the AFC West and if they are to return to their rightful position atop the AFC West in 2012, running back Ryan Mathews will have to have a big year. According to Chargers.com head coach Norv Turner plans
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San Diego Chargers cornerback Quetin Jammer is coming off a 2011 season he admits wasn’t one of his better ones. Dealing with a divorce off the field was a factor on it for the fifth overall draft choice in 2002. Jammer allowed 10 touchdown passes, forced zero fumbles for the first time since [...]
The San Diego Chargers signed running back Ronnie Brown to a one year contract.
Brown was nothing more than a partial handcuff to LeSean McCoy last season, so there shouldnt be any concerns about him stealing carries from Ryan Mathews.
Ronnie Brown was once a very good player can he rejuvenate his career with the Chargers?
Fantasy football owners will be putting a lot of faith in Chargers running Ryan Matthews this season, as he has been projected by many fantasy experts including myself to break out for a big year and may be wondering if they should have any concern about former Dolphins and Eagles...
Running back Ronnie Brown signed a one-year deal with San Diego, where he will serve as the primary backup to Ryan Mathews. Brown, the second overall pick in 2005 by the Miami Dolphins, spent last season with the Eagles, finishing with just 136 yards and one touchdown. The Chargers were seeking a veteran backup after Mike Tolbert signed with Carolina in free agency. Brown, 30...
The San Diego Chargers say they have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with running back Ronnie Brown.
The 6-foot, 230-pound Brown ran for 136 yards and a touchdown last season while backing up LeSean McCoy with the Philadelphia Eagles.
The No. 2 overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft, Brown spent his first six seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
He ran for 4,815 yards and 36 touchdowns...
Coming off of a disappointing 5-6 season last year, the Oxford Chargers feel like they have a lot to prove this year. The Chargers are being lead on the defensive side of the ball by talented defensive end Xavier Pegues (6'3” 230lbs). Pegues racked up 71 total tackles and 2.5 sacks last year and hopes to put up even better numbers this year.