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As a federal law enforcement officer, I couldn’t imagine something to this nature. Paul Oliver was a former supplemental draft pick for the San Diego Chargers, who killed himself last week. The Police report was a fascinating one, which is just wrong and horrible, especially for the family. The report that both Oliver and his […]
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According to Michael David Smith of Profootballtalk.com, San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers has been named the AFC offensive player of the week for the second time this season.
The San Diego Chargers have sent WR Malcom Floyd and OLB Dwight Freeney to injured reserve ending their 2013 seasons. Floyd had been dealing with a neck injury since week two. Malcom is 32 years old and has had a nice career with the Bolts but probably will not be back with them in 2014. Injuries have been an issue for Floyd as he’s only completed one 16 game season back in 2009...
If you have Malcolm Floyd on your fantasy football team it is ok to release him. @RapSheet: #Chargers WR Malcom Floyd is heading to Injured Reserve, out for the season. A tweet from agent @ESG_Baker says he’ll be back next year. This is a huge loss, but if you need a player to replace him, […]
The San Diego Chargers placed wide receiver Malcom Floyd and outside linebacker Dwight Freeney on the reserve-injured list, the team announced Tuesday.
Floyd sprained his neck against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2, while Freeney hurt his quadriceps injury in Sunday's win against the Dallas Cowboys.
Also, the Chargers signed wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins and added outside...
According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, the San Diego Chargers have signed veteran WR Lavelle Hawkins.
The 27-year old receiver spent the majority of his career with the Tennesee Titans. The San Francisco 49ers brought him in for training camp, but numerous mental mistakes were likely his undoing with the team.
The deal could imply that the Chargers do not expect Malcom Floyd...
The San Diego Chargers have decided to place WR Malcom Floyd on season ending IR after suffering a scary neck injury a couple weeks ago against the Eagles. Floyd went and got a second opinion from Robert Watkins a spine specialist, which led to him being put on IR. The Chargers don't want to take the risk of further injuring the neck, but according to Floyd's agent...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer It turns out that Philip Rivers didn't need to be fixed after two tough seasons.
He just needed to be plopped into the no-huddle, no-hurry offense that rookie coach Mike McCoy and his top assistants drew up.
Rivers has thrown for 400 yards twice in four games after doing it three times in his...
A neck sprain Malcom Floyd suffered last month will end his 2013 season.
The Chargers placed the wide receiver on injured reserve Tuesday. Veteran wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins was signed in his place after working out for the team last week.
Floyd 32 is under contract through 2015. His agent Buddy Baker said he is expected to make a full recovery in time for next season.
Let's breakdown a few more moments in the Chargers game of great interest before we close the books and move on to Denver.
Let's take one offensive situation and one defensive situation today and see what we can find. Offensively, I want to show you "13 Personnel" which, as you have guessed, is 1 RB, 1 WR, and 3 TEs. This is an alignment that makes the defense...
Sit Em. Start Em – Week Five
Philip Rivers – Rivers continues to impress this season and is looking like a must-start against the lowly Oakland Raiders. He is making the most out of the weapons at his disposal and has already resuscitated the fantasy values of Eddie Royal and Antonio Gates. Rivers comes in as a top-six option this week after putting up top-five numbers...
Hot News for OLB Dwight Freeney
So, ESPN, what are you trying to say here? Is Darren Sproles not a hard worker? Does Danny Woodhead work harder than Darren Sproles? Perhaps there are some racial undertones here as well. Either way, interesting take on the Chargers running back who is a diminutive dynamo.
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