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Former head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, Ken Whisenhunt, returns to the University of Phoenix Stadium as the offensive coordinator for the San Diego Chargers tomorrow.

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 […]

Ryan Williams back at practice for the Cardinals

There’s no doubt that running back Ryan Williams has been a big disappointment for the Cardinals since they drafted him a few years ago. With Williams’ roster spot likely hanging by a thread,  he decided to practice today and head coach Bruce Arians said he could play this week. Williams has been nursing a knee injury throughout training camp, which shouldn’t be a surprise...

San Diego Chargers: 6 Bold Predictions For 2013

How miserable was 2012 for the San Diego Chargers?Well, their loyal fans voiced their displeasure with the direction of the franchise by not selling out two of team's eight regular season home games.They grew tired of former general manager AJ Smith's bullying tactics in running the organization, as he continually ran quality offensive talent out of town.Gone were LaDainian Tomlinson...

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...

San Diego Chargers: 2013-2014 Season Preview

The San Diego Chargers finished the 2012 season with a 7-9 record. During the offseason, the Chargers fired head coach Norv Turner and brought in Mike McCoy from the Broncos to be their new head coach. The Chargers also signed running back Danny Woodhead, defensive end Dwight Freeney, cornerback Derek Cox, and offensive linemen Max Starks and Chad Rinehart. To make room for these...

Patrick Peterson says Offensive Package at 60 Plays

It has been a while since we have had a legit two-way player in the NFL, but the Arizona Cardinals think Patrick Peterson might have a little Primetime in him: Peterson was also pressed today if his endurance would be able to hold up and he said that he isn’t worried about it. He is an exciting talent though and it will be interesting to see if he can pull this off.

Manti Te’o likely to miss third preseason game

San Diego Chargers’ linebacker Manti Te’o is still not practicing and wearing a protective boot after spraining his foot in his NFL preseason debut against the Seattle Seahawks. With only a day before the team will face the Arizona Cardinals in their third preseason game, it appears as Te’o will be out for another game. Status quo for #Chargers: Liuget and Gronkowski not practicing...

Chargers 24, Cardinals 7

Ryan Mathews is off and running this preseason, great news for the San Diego Chargers. Mathews, slowed by two broken collarbones a year ago, carried 14 times for 57 yards and a touchdown, and the Chargers beat the mistake-prone Cardinals 24-7 for their first preseason victory under new coach Mike McCoy. Mathews' performance came a week after he carried nine times for 45 yards...

Chargers sign CB Richard Marshall to 1-year contract

SDSN: San Diego Sporting News - San Diego,CA(SDSN)- The San Diego Chargers have signed free-agent CB Richard Marshall to a one-year contract. As first reported by Pro Football Talk. CB Richard...The post Chargers sign CB Richard Marshall to 1-year contract appeared first on SDSN: San Diego Sporting News.
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