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San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick said Monday that he plans to play in 2012.
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Nick Hardwick has a new son and a renewed outlook, and he said Monday what everyone who knows him expected all along. Im playing. The man who has started 103 games at center for the Chargers since 2004 has actually had his mind made up since the middle of January. He took two weeks off after the season, hung out at home and then got the urge to start working out again. That...
San Diego Chargers defensive lineman Tommie Harris was mourning the tragic death of his new wife at the age of only 29, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday.
Ashley Harris died Sunday night in an Oklahoma hospital, barely weeks after the couple married. She was admitted two days earlier following a suspected stroke or brain aneurysm.
The couple wed in January, barely months after...
The wife of San Diego Chargers defensive tackle Tommie Harris died in an Oklahoma hospital on Sunday. She was 29.
Ashley Harris died two days after suffering a stroke or brain aneurism, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
A three-time Pro Bowler during his time with the Chicago Bears, the 28-year-old Harris played with both the Indianapolis Colts and Chargers last season.
Damn straight, TKO. Matter of fact, I already kinda tried this one on Mrs. Busted. She wasn’t really digging the idea of spending her shopping money on my ass, but will show her your tweet and mention how leap year is time for the woman to treat. In case you’re a guy who wants to read how an NFL player struggles with Valentine’s Day, TKO is your boy. Need rose advice? TKO...
Stalwart Chargers center Nick Hardwick will not retire at the age of 30. He informed Kevin Acee of the recently renamed U-T San Diego that he plans to continue playing football after briefly considering retirement. An unrestricted free agent, he doesn’t fear that his indecision will hurt his market value. “My commitment is full throttle,”…
Chargers could be more active in free agency starting next month.
SAN DIEGO (CHARGERS) The wife of Chargers defensive tackle Tommie Harris passed away Sunday evening in Oklahoma after suffering a stroke or a brain aneurysm.
“The Chargers family is saddened by the sudden loss of one of our very young members,” the team said in a statement. “Tommie Harris’ wife Ashley was just 29 and leaves behind a loving husband and two young children....
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