Found August 06, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Welp. Every NFL team has one major injury during training camp that knocks a starter out for all or most of the upcoming season. San Diego Chargers fans should be happy that this injury to Danario Alexander happens to be in a position group where the team is actually quite deep. As I stated earlier expect Vincent Brown to take Alexander's place as the team's #2 WR and Keenan Allen to bump up into the role of slot WR. This may actually be better fits for both of them so may this ends up being for the best.

San Diego Chargers: Danario Alexander tears ACL, out for 2013 season

Danario Alexander’s career finally appeared to be taking off. After suffering through repeated injuries during his first three seasons in the NFL, he found at home with the San Diego Chargers midway through the 2012 season and flourished. He followed that up with an excellent first week of training camp this year. Unfortunately that’s where the happy part of this story ends....

Chargers WR Alexander out for year with torn ACL

Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in practice Tuesday and will be lost for the season. Alexander, who has a history of knee injuries, was acquired midway through last season and caught 37 passes for 658 yards and seven touchdowns in the final nine games. Alexander's injury could help Robert Meachem see more playing...

Danario Alexander out for season with torn ACL

Danario Alexander flashed signs of brilliance last season and emerged as one of the top mid-season fantasy free agent acquisitions after catching 7 touchdowns in just 10 games with the Chargers. His breakout performance in 2012 made Alexander a viable number two fantasy wide receiver in drafts this season and a favorite of many to be one of the top breakout WR’s of the draft. The...

Alexander tears ACL, out for year

The San Diego Chargers announced Tuesday that wide receiver Danario Alexander will miss the entire season with a torn ACL. This marks the fourth time Alexander has suffered a torn ACL, with the first three coming in college at the University of Missouri. He managed to stay healthy last season, and in the second half of the season emerged as one of the few legitimate threats in the...

Chargers lose Danario Alexander to a torn ACL

The San Diego Chargers have announced that wide receiver Danario Akexander suffered a torn ACL today and is done for the season. Danario Alexander tore right ACL in practice today, Chargers announce. Out for year. Comes hours after Mike McCoy said nothing serious. — Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) August 6, 2013 Alexander had a great season in 2012, this is a tough blow. Need NFL...

Danario Alexander Suffers Torn ACL

According to, Danario Alexander suffered a torn right ACL during Tuesday's practice and is likely done for the season.Fantasy Spin:Alexander has already had surgery on his left knee five times in the past, and now he'll have to rehab his right one. The oft-injured receiver made a splash with the Chargers last season, catching 37 passes for 658 yards and seven...

San Diego Chargers Danario Alexander Tears ACL

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander has torn his right ACL and is officially out for the season. Tunnel Vision: This is horrible news for Chargers fans as Alexander, who has missed 20 games his first three seasons in the NFL and already has had five surgeries in his left knee, will now miss the full 2013 season. Making matters worse, San Diego is not popping out of...

Chargers WR Danario Alexander Tears ACL

Another NFL player has been lost to what appears to be a torn ACL. ESPN is reporting that Chargers WR Danario Alexander has torn his ACL in his right knee. Alexander emerged as a difference maker for the Chargers last season when he started 7 games which equated to 37 catches for 658 yards and 7 touchdowns. Unfortunately for Alexander and the Chargers this would be the third ACL...

Chargers’ WR Danario Alexander Tore ACL

It looks like the San Diego Chargers have lost wide receiver Danario Alexander for the season with a torn right ACL. Alexander, who has a history of knee problems as he has torn his left ACL three times in college, was set to emerge as the Chargers leading receiver this season. During only six games last season he was able to catch 37 passes for 658 yards and seven touchdowns. The...

Danario Alexander Suffers Right Knee Injury

Chargers receiver Danario Alexander injured his right knee in practice, according to beat writer Michael Gehlken.Fantasy Spin:The knee was iced and wrapped, but he stayed on the sidelines. Keeping healthy is Alexander's No. 1 problem and the only good news here is that it wasn't the left knee which has already dealt with five surgeries. He's never played more than 10 games in a season.

Chargers Lose WR Danario Alexander For The Season

The San Diego Chargers announced that WR Danario Alexander suffered an ACL tear in his right knee and will miss the entire 2013 season. Alexander, 24, tweaked his right knee during Tuesday’s practice, but initial reports indicated that the injury wasn’t anything serious. Alexander has undergone numerous surgeries on his left knee, so this is a major concern for him moving forward...

Tuesday NFL Notes

Brutal news for the Chargers and for those hoping to see Danario Alexander reprise his role as Philip Rivers’ biggest downfield threat as the receiver tore the ACL in his right knee during practice and will miss the entire 2013 season. He’s had five different procedures on his left knee already so this injury actually may leave his career in doubt which now also kills his value...
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