Found November 02, 2011 on
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San Diego Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs
Green Bay Packers
On a short week, the San Diego Chargers are short on bodies.
The team was especially thin on running backs and wide receivers Wednesday when it hit the practice field two days after its physical overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
In the backfield, Ryan Mathews (groin) and Curtis Brinkley (concussion) were both missing. The silver lining was the return of Mike Tolbert, who did not practice last week and sat out Monday night with a hamstring injury.
Barring a setback, Tolbert will play Sunday and, with Mathews and Brinkley's status in flux, could see significant touches when the Chargers host the undefeated Green Bay Packers.
Wide receivers Vincent Jackson (hamstring) and Malcom Floyd (hip) did not participate Wednesday, leaving Patrick Crayton, Vincent Brown, Richard Goodman and practice squad member Bryan Walters as the team's only able bodies at the position.
Outside linebacker Shaun Phillips (foot) and guard Kris Dieman (concussion) also sat out ...
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Unlike the past few years, the San Diego Chargers started their season strong; leading the AFC West Division and racking up four wins early in the season. For a team that started last season at 0-1 before quickly sliding to 3-5 by this time last year, that’s a great record. The game against the New York Jets looked promising with the Bolts taking an early lead and ending the...
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The NFL has told its game officials to watch closely for concussion symptoms in players.
Ten days after San Diego guard Kris Dielman sustained a head injury against the Jets and later suffered a seizure on the team's flight home from New York, the league's injury and safety panel issued the directive Wednesday.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says, ''Our game officials...
The San Diego Chargers will sign free agent defensive end Everette Brown as long as he passes a physical. Brown was released prior to this season by the Carolina Panthers who selected him in the second round of the 2009 NFL draft. In his first two seasons in the NFL, Brown only has a total [...]
LaDainian Tomlinson says he thinks San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers "seems distracted," and was stunned Monday night when his former teammate fumbled a snap near the end of regulation of an overtime loss to Kansas City.
Ten days after Chargers guard Kris Dielman played after being concussed, game officials were given a new directive
The San Diego Chargers have signed free agent Everette Brown, who played two seasons at defensive end for the Carolina Panthers.
Count LaDainian Tomlinson among the people who have been confounded by Philip Rivers’ poor performance this season. Rivers has thrown a league-high 11 interceptions and has a pedestrian 80.7 quarterback rating through seven games.
Tomlinson, who was teammates with Rivers in San Diego, didn’t ...
The Chargers have three injured running backs, but they should have two on the field Sunday against the Packers. The one they may not have is starter Ryan Mathews, who leads the team with 111 carries for 509 yards so far this season. Mathews is listed as questionable with a groin injury, and after missing…