Found January 08, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
There is "some doubt" within the Chargers organization that running back Ryan Mathews will ever become the player the team envisioned when he was drafted 12th overall three years ago. SOURCE: San Diego Union-TribuneFantasy Spin:Mathews broke his clavicle twice last season and missed four games. When he was healthy, he was replaced at times by Ronnie Brown on passing downs and lost carries to Jackie Battle after an early-season fumbling problem. With GM A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner no longer with the organization, Mathews will have to prove his worth to the new regime in 2013.

Chargers have reportedly hired Mark Telesco as their new GM

According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Chargers have hired former Colts director of player personnel man Tom Telesco as their new general manager. Now the Chargers and move forward and decide on who they want as their next head coach.     Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document...

Chargers Concerned About Ryan Mathews?

Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune San Diego writes that there’s ”some doubt” within the Chargers organization RB Ryan Mathews will “become the player that was envisioned three years ago.” Gehlken adds that San Diego still has faith that Mathews will have a good career in the NFL. Mathews, 25, suffered two broken clavicles in just four months and didn’t look like...

Report: Chargers doubt Ryan Mathews can live up to expectations

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, there’s some doubt within the Chargers’ organization that running back Ryan Mathews can live up expectations after another injury-plagued season. Within the organization, while faith remains Mathews can have a good career, there is some doubt he’ll become the player that was envisioned three years ago. There’s no doubt that Mathews...

Report: Chargers interested in Bruce Arians

According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, several people have told him that Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is the Chargers’ top choice to replace Norv Turner as their next head coach. Several people around the league and inside Chargers Park have said Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is a top target, and Arians is interested in the gig...

Chargers Hire Tom Telesco As GM

Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that the San Diego Chargers have hired Colts director of player personnel Tom Telesco as their next general manager. The Chargers were also considering their own director of player personnel Jimmy Raye for the job, but Telesco was a pretty hot name and he could help them lure Colts’ offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to San Diego...

Chargers hire Telesco as new GM

The San Diego Chargers have hired Tom Telesco from the Indianapolis Colts to replace fired general manager A.J. Smith. Telesco is to be introduced at an afternoon news conference. Telesco has been vice president of football operations for the Colts. His first task with the Chargers will be to help select a new coach to replace Norv Turner, who was fired along with Smith on Dec...

Fantasy Football: Sleeper Quarterbacks For 2013.

Can Philip Rivers rebound in 2013? The quarterback class is looking very deep for 2013. So deep that players who used to be starting fantasy quarterbacks are being pushed out of the top 12 by the promising young quarterbacks that lit up the league in 2012. Some of the players that are being pushed down out of the starter tier this year are some big names like Eli Manning, Philip...
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