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The San Diego Chargers say former linebacker Lew Bush -- who played with the team for seven seasons and was part of its lone Super Bowl team in 1994 -- has died. The Chargers said in a statement that Bush, who also played for the Kansas City Chiefs, died of an apparent heart attack at age 42. It was not immediately clear where Bush died -- public records show he lived in San Diego and he had been a...
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The San Diego Chargers placed defensive end Luis Castillo on injured reserve Wendesday and signed linebacker Nate Triplett to a contract.
Castillo suffered a broken left leg during the season opener on Sept. 11. The team kept the 28-year-old on the roster with the hope that he'd heal toward the end of the campaign.
The 28th overall pick of the 2005 draft, Castillo has collected...
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san Diego Chargers offensive tackle Ikechuku Ndukwe was released after a fight at practice.
Episode 005 of the The BOLTHYPE Chargers Podcast, hosted by Mychal Edelman & Andrew Simmons for BOLTHYPE.com - In this episode, the Myke and Andrew talk about the Chargers win against the Jaguars, potential new coaching candidates, and "Tebow"
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Dec. 18 game remains at 5:20 p.m. on NBC.
"Sweet Lew" is seventh player from Chargers' lone Super Bowl team to die before turning 45.
The San Diego Chargers have placed defensive end Luis Castillo on injured reserve and signed linebacker Nate Triplett to a two-year contract.
The San Diego Chargers say their game Sunday against the Buffalo Bills will be blacked out in Southern California.
They ain't dead yet.
Believe it or not, the San Diego Chargers, after snapping a six-game losing streak in Jacksonville...