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Philip Rivers really did have to do some homework before the opening practice of the first minicamp under new San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy.
''I was nervous today calling plays in the huddle I've been practicing at the house,'' Rivers said. ''You get in there and call a play that you've never really called in a live situation before. I know what to do. I can do it on paper. But you have to get out there and call it. It's certainly different.''
McCoy really has changed things that much since taking over for Norv Turner, who was fired after the Chargers missed the playoffs for the third straight season.
Players have been in for workouts and meetings, and McCoy wants to see who's gone home and studied the playbook.
Rivers certainly has.
''It's completely different,'' McCoy said Tuesday after the first practice of a three-day voluntary minicamp. '' It's no longer what he's done in the past and...
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Philip Rivers is the leader of a San Diego Chargers team that is under new management.
With that, comes the consensus feeling that he is standing at the crossroads of his career with the Bolts.
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New Chargers’ general manager Tom Telesco has his work cut out for him after former general manager AJ Smith left the team depleted of talent. He has many options with the 11th overall pick in this years draft. Michael Gehlken from the UT San Diego writes that Telesco considers trading one of them, if the situation calls for it.Telesco has received “just a couple” trade-related...
With new head coach Mike McCoy now at the helm, Chargers safety Eric Weddle believes that San Diego could very well be the best team in the NFL.
San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle is releasing a book next month titled No Excuses, No Regrets The Eric Weddle Story by Trent Toone.Below is an overview of the book from BarnesandNoble.com Eric Weddle has developed a reputation as one of the NFL’s best defensive minds, a fundamentally sound tackling machine, and a reliable last line of defense in the secondary for the San...
San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle told the San Diego Union-Tribune that new head coach Mike McCoy comes across very confident.“He comes off very headstrong, very confident, knows what he wants–and we’re here to win a championship,” Weddle said.Weddle says McCoy’s confidence is rubbing off on the team.“We’re not here just to be .500,” Weddle said. “We’re not...
The San Diego Chargers have come to turns and signed tight end Dallas Walker to a three-year deal Monday. Terms were not immediately disclosed. The 6-6 245-pound tight end went undrafted last season.
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The San Diego Chargers have signed Tight End Dallas Walker to a 3 year contract. Walker is 6’6 235lbs. The Chargers continue to add depth at the Tight End position giving them another possible weapon for Philip Rivers to connect with during … Continue reading →
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You can never knock an athlete for having faith and confidence in their team, I mean what are you as an athlete supposed to say, yea we suck.
What you can do is drug test athletes, and the NFL needs to hit San Diego safety Eric Weddle with a random right now. Weddle has confidence in his team, so much so that he told the U-T San Diego that the “Chargers are the best team in the...
The month of April is a special time for all NFL teams, as each has return to work and officially begun their pursuit of capturing the Lombardi Trophy next season.Every team’s front office is finalizing their draftboard by numerically ranking every collegian available in the 2013 NFL Draft.This is an important draft especially for general manager Tom Telesco and the entire San...