Found November 06, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Chargers offensive linemen Brandyn Dombrowski and Johnnie Troutman were designated as "return to practice" on Tuesday, the final day for NFL teams to start the 21-day practice window for players who had been on either list. Dombrowski (foot) was on the reserve-non-football injury list. The fifth-year veteran has started 16 career games while seeing time at right guard, right tackle and left tackle during his career. Troutman was a fifth-round pick in April as a three-year starter at Penn State. He injured his pectoral before the draft and had surgery in April. Troutman and Dombrowski are now eligible to practice for the next 21 days before a decision needs to be made to activate one or both. Troutman is expected to practice with the Chargers for the first time on Wednesday. Troutman and Dombrowski may be activated at any time during the 21-day window.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The Chargers earned their first win since beating the Chiefs in week four.
The effort of the win can largely be attributed to the superb play of the defense. Against the Chiefs they were able to force four turnovers, two of which were for touchdowns, and hold the offense to 289 total yards. They prove once again that they are an elite defense in this league and remain the glimmer...
The NFL is sticking it to the San Diego Chargers. The league announced Wednesday that it has fined the Chargers $20,000 for trying to hide towels with a concealed "sticky" substance to enhance grip during an Oct. 15 game against Denver. "The NFL has determined that the club did not violate a competitive rule by use of the towels," the league said in a statement...
One of my biggest complaints about when I visit my family on the left coast during football season is having to be up at the ass-crack of my dawn to perform my normal Sunday morning routine of checking my fantasy football lineups, making a big breakfast, laying on the couch and scratching myself. However, never have I actually thought to myself, “What if I was an NFL player for...
The NFL has fined the San Diego Chargers $20,000 because it said a member of the equipment staff failed to immediately surrender towels when ordered to do so by a game official against the Denver Broncos on Oct. 15.
The NFL also said in a statement Wednesday that after investigating the Chargers' use of towels that included an adhesive substance, it was determined that San Diego...
With a rookie sensation at running back and a fourth-year quarterback who's finally coming into his own, the surprising Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting to look like a playoff team.
The San Diego Chargers have the same record and are also just outside the playoff picture, but they haven't looked much like a contender lately.
The surging Buccaneers try to win for the fourth...
The Chargers look to pick up their second straight win and their first against an NFC foe as they travel to take on the Buccaneers. We take an early look at this inter-conference clash, which is especially important with a rematch with the Broncos on deck.