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The NFL’s restricted free agent period is now over. Teams had their chance to try and sign players like Chargers’ wide receiver Danario Alexander and they chose not to.Alexander now have three choices. He can sign his restricted free agent tender, work out an extension with the Chargers or hold out. I believe Alexander will end up signing his tender.If both sides don’t work out a long-term deal by the end of this coming season, Alexander will become an unrestricted free agent. Need NFL Tickets? The post Danario Alexander is sticking the Chargers, for now appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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According to Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan in Washington D.C., free agent cornerback Quentin Jammer is visiting with the Redskins tonight.Source: Veteran CB Quentin Jammer is meeting with #Redskins officials tonight in VA. 11-year vet has spent entire career in SD. 33 yrs old.— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) April 21, 2013Jammer is a good cornerback that could help out the Skins...
In the past four seasons, the team that played the Eagles in Philadelphia’s home opener went on to win the Super Bowl. That team didn’t even necessarily need to beat Philly. Last year, the Ravens went into the Linc in Week 2 and lost 24-23. As you know, they eventually went on to win the Super Bowl.
A quirk of the Xerox of Fate? Most definitely. Nevertheless, the Chargers are...
After finishing a mediocre 7-9 for the 2012 season, the San Diego Chargers (finally) got rid of GM A.J. Smith and head coach Norv Turner, replacing them with Tom Telesco and Mike McCoy, respectively.With four days left until the Draft, the league has been abuzz with waiver reclamations and free-agency signings.Let's take a look at the Chargers' upcoming schedule and I'...