Found October 22, 2012 on
I've been very critical of Norv Turner recently.But the San Diego Chargers head coach really does know what he's doing, right? In a surprising, almost "April Fools Joke" worthy development, the story broken by FOX’s Jay Glazer was that the Chargers are being investigated by the National Football League due to the team getting caught with their hands sticky.Apparently some players were using some form of adhesive, similar to the well-known "Stickum" on their hands to catch passes more easily. Glazer tweeted the following on Sunday afternoon: "NFL Security has already begun investigation as SD equipment man was hiding illegal sticky substance and giving to players. Line judge saw it and had it confiscated and sent to broncos and league. League takes any competitive advantage issue EXTREMELY serious."San Diego issued a very brief, very vanilla press release soon after: "We are aware of the inquiry and we are cooperating fully with the League.&...
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Coach Norv Turner says nobody from the San Diego Chargers used Stickum in a Monday night loss to the Denver Broncos on Oct. 15 or in any other game.
Turner was reacting Monday to an investigation by the NFL into whether the Chargers used a banned sticky substance during a 35-24 loss to Denver.
Turner says the team does use a towel, which is used by ''a lot of teams in this...
With Roger Goodell stepping away from bounty appeals in favor of his predecessor Paul Tagliabue, he and the NFL figured, "what the hell, let's go after Norv Turner".
The Chargers are reeling after blowing double-digit leads in consecutive games. But cooked? Not yet. San Diego's next three opponents have a combined record of 4-15. Norv Turner's squad needs to start its annual December run five weeks early or it will be Turner's squad no more.
The NFL has a sticky situation on their hands, the San Diego Chargers were caught using a banned substance called Stickum, to give the team a competitive advantage to holding onto the ball.
The adhesive substance was confiscated during the Charger’s Oct. 15 game against the Denver Broncos. Despite the performance enhancing goo, the Broncos won the game, 35-24. The substance...
Just when people thought that it couldn’t get worse for the San Diego Chargers, it has.
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports that the Chargers were caught using an illegal “stick-em” type substance in Monday Night’s loss to the Denver Broncos.
I’m reporting the NFL is investing the Chargers after they were caught using a banned illegal Stick em-type substance vs broncos...
Ever heard of Stick 'em? Apparently, the San Diego Chargers have.
NFL reporter Jay Glazer tweeted on Sunday afternoon that the Chargers were reportedly being investigated by the league for the use of a banned substance against the Broncos on Monday Night.
NFL Security has already begun investigation as SD equipment man was hiding illegal sticky substance...
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting the NFL is investigating the San Diego Chargers for using an illegal sticky material in their loss Monday night vs. the Denver Broncos.
Reportedly an official became suspicious of a substance in hand towels on the Chargers’ sideline and when attempting to confiscate it, the manager refused to hand it over. Not until others were brought over...
The Denver Broncos don't have much to say about the sticky situation the San Diego Chargers find themselves in.
The Broncos returned from their break Monday to discover the NFL was investigating whether the Chargers used a banned sticky substance during their historic 35-24 loss to Denver last week.
Broncos coach John Fox said he'll leave the probe up to the league '...