Found August 21, 2013 on Football Nation:
Last season, the San Diego Chargers expected wide receiver Vincent Brown to have a more expanded role in the offense, as the coaching staff felt he was NFL-ready.Unfortunately, he injured himself on a touchdown catch in the preseason that derailed his 2012 season. Now, under new head coach Mike McCoy, Brown is once again expected to be an important weapon in one of the better passing attacks in the league, but is he really worthy of a late-round pick in your upcoming fantasy football draft?On every expert's fantasy draftboard, Brown is ranked middle-of-the-pack at the receiver position, but he has a chance to change this perception by putting up huge receiving numbers this season.Brown isn't a tall receiver at 6-0 and 195 lbs., nor is he a true burner that will catch 50-yard passes, but his quickness will create chaos 20-yards off the line of scrimmage. Brown is a precision route runner that has the strength to get physical with defenders and create his own separation off th...

Chargers are looking to bolster their secondary, former Dolphin Richard Marshall in for a visit

It seems like every year the Dolphins release or trade a super talented football player for no reason. It has happened continuously for the past several years.  From Brandon Marshall, to Chad Ochocinco, to Vontae Davis, to Sean Smith, they just don’t know when to stop.  Just yesterday the Dolphins cut corner back Richard Marshall […]

Philip Rivers identified as a QB to avoid even in 2QB leagues in our interview with Salvatore Stefanile

Who are 3 QBs you’re specifically trying to avoid on Draft Day and who are some high upside options that can be secured later in 2-QB drafts? But, if I had to choose three QBs that I would prefer not to be on my fantasy 2-QB team this year they would be Mark Sanchez, Matt Flynn, and Philip Rivers. I probably won’t have to worry too much about Sanchez, as it looks like rookie...

San Diego Chargers: Major concerns from last week’s game

Ryan Mathews (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images North America) Last Thursday, the San Diego Chargers played the Chicago Bears in week two of the preseason.  The Chargers lost this game 33-28 to a Bears team that went 9-7 last year.  While a 33-28 loss doesn’t seem like a big deal, especially for the preseason, major questions were raised during the game. The first area of concern...

Rivers hopeful wounded Chargers 'win more games'

SAN DIEGO Less than three weeks prior to their Monday night season opener against Houston at Qualcomm Stadium on Sept. 9, the Chargers have many more questions than they do answers. The most-asked question has to do with the injuries that have knocked players out for the season WR Denario Alexander, possibly linebacker Melvin Ing and the various other maladies that could cause...

Chargers C Hardwick misses 2nd straight practice

The new-look Chargers offensive line was missing a familiar face for the second straight day Tuesday - center Nick Hardwick. Is Hardwick the latest to be sidelined by the injuries that have marked rookie coach Mike McCoy's first camp? Says Hardwick: ''I'm good.'' But when asked if he was healthy, Hardwick says: ''You've got to talk to the coach...

Chargers' Melvin Ingram hopeful to return in 2013

San Diego Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram tore his ACL on May 14, the second day of offseason practice.  He had surgery May 22, Ingram and the team are hoping it will be a six month recovery time.  If Ingram was able to come back to play within six months that would leave a late November or early December return. “The six-month mark is where we’ve been really pushing to...

Richard Marshall visiting the Chargers, multiple teams reportedly interested

According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald,  former Dolphins and Cardinals cornerback Richard Marshall visited the Chargers today. Former Dolphins CB Richard Marshall is visiting the San Diego Chargers today. Multiple teams have shown interest. — Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 22, 2013 Marshall had 17 tackles and 1 interception last season.  He should be able...

SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Defensive Line

SDSN: San Diego Sporting News - By: Craig Medeiros San Diego,CA(SDSN)- In the following weeks SDSN and Craig Medeiros will be previewing every position on the Chargers offense and defense throughout...The post SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Defensive Line appeared first on SDSN: San Diego Sporting News.

Chargers’ Manti Te’o still isn’t practicing

The San Diego Chargers received good news yesterday regarding injured linebacker Manti Te’o when the second-round pick shed the walking boot that’s been protecting his sprained right foot. While that was a step in the right direction, Te’o still isn’t practicing with the team and isn’t expected to suit up for their third preseason contest, according to the Associated Press...

2013 NFL Draft Team Previews: San Diego Chargers

Key Additions RB Danny Woodhead, OT King Dunlap, OT Max Starks, G Chad Rinehart, DE Dwight Freeney, CB Derek Cox, CB Johnny Patrick, OT D.J. Fluker (draft), ILB Manti Te'o (draft), WR Keenan Allen (draft) Key Losses OT Jared Gaither, G Louis Vasquez, G Tyronne Green, NT Aubrayo Franklin, NT Antonio Garay, DE/OLB Shaun Phillips, DE/OLB Antwan Barnes, ILB Takeo...

The Razzball Football Podcast – The One Where Nick And JayWrong Preview RBs And Scratch Our Heads At Why Philip Rivers Is JayWrong’s God

The Razzball Football Podcast is back!  With a full tamale of fantasy goodness pairing Nick with Razzball vet JayWrong, the pair rip through Sky’s 2013 Rankings, starting at the top and Sky’s on-the-limb rank of Doug Martin at numero uno.  Poor Sky and his ranks getting picked on at 5:00 AM his time!  Long live the East Coast bias!  Nick and JayWrong shoot through the rest...

San Diego Chargers 2013 NFL Team Preview

There’s nothing like snapping the fans to attention by making a radical regime change and drafting Manti Te’o. That’s what the...

Jon Bostic fined $21,000 for huge hit against the Chargers

The NFL has officially fined Chicago Bears rookie middle linebacker Jon Bostic $21,000 for his huge hit against the San Diego Chargers recently.

2013 Fantasy Minute: AFC West Breakout Player

My 2013 fantasy football breakout star coming out of the AFC West is Chargers' wide receiver Vincent Brown. Other nominees considered were Chiefs' wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (a "breakout" compared to the last few seasons in KC), Broncos' running back Montee Ball and Raiders' receiver Denarius Moore. No question the San Diego Chargers' offense was placed...
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