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San Diego Chargers receiver Malcolm Floyd will miss this Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos but is optimistic about returning in Week 13.Floyd, who will miss his fourth straight contests Sunday, has been sidelined with groin strain. He visited with team trainers this week and told reporters he feels good and that “hopefully, I’ll be there next week.” Floyd has caught 19 balls for 401 yards receiving and one touchdown in seven games this season.
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San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews missed practice Thursday, putting in doubt his status for this weekend's game against the Denver Broncos.Mathews participated in a limited session Wednesday as he works his way back from a knee injury. The 24-year-old told reporters following Wednesday's practice that he felt good to go in full on Thursday.The team is expected...
According ESPN’s Adam Schefter, many NFL executives around the league believe San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has been playing injured this season. Rivers has thrown 17 interceptions so far this year, which is very uncommon for him. This is one of the main reasons many people believe he’s playing hurt. It’s believed that he’s [...]
Philip Rivers has not been a thorn in the Broncos' side. He hasn't been a rock in their collective shoes, sand under their eyelids. No, Rivers has been a full-fledged, knee-buckling, stomach-churning migraine for Denver. While the list of what has troubled the Broncos in recent years is long, the one constant has been the team's troubles against San Diego — and Rivers.
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The Chargers look to snap their longest losing skid since 2003 and douse the flames of Tebow-mania as they host the surging Broncos Sunday. San Diego's offensive line is still ailing and the defensive front is in flux, as well. But if the Chargers don't win this divisional tilt, they can forget the playoffs.
There's a rumor going around the NFL that Philip Rivers is having a tough year. Forgive the Broncos if they believe otherwise.
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Broncos-Chargers will be televised locally.
San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews' chances of playing Sunday against the Denver Broncos have improved.