Found May 23, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-tribune believes the Chargers may want to put wide receiver Robert Meachem on the trade block if he has a good preseason. Robert Meachem is another receiver to watch. If he has a strong preseason, the Chargers may want to see if there’s a market for him, although that is highly unlikely given his $6.875 million cap number. After Danario Alexander’s break out season in 2012, Meachem is expendable.  I’m not a fan of trading him.  The Chargers shouldn’t take any potential weapons away from Philip Rivers.   Need NFL Tickets? The post Chargers to put Robert Meachem on the trade block? appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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