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Good news for San Diego Chargers rookie linebacker Manti Te'o, as he's reportedly out of the walking boot he's had on since after his preseaosn debut, according to Mike Florio of


San Diego Chargers: Is Philip Rivers a major concern?

There has been a lot of speculation about San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.  Coming off his worst two seasons in his NFL career, many football experts feel that his time in the NFL is almost over.  He has been turning the ball over at a much higher rate then in the past and he hasn’t been able to lead San Diego to success. Philip Rivers (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin...

Manti Te’o is “pretty sure” he’ll play week one

San Diego Chargers’ linebacker Manti Te’o says he’s “pretty sure” he’ll be ready play week one versus the Houston Texans. Manti Te'o: "I'm pretty sure I'll be there for the opener." #Chargers — Tom Krasovic (@UTkrasovic) August 26, 2013 The rookie linebacker sprained his foot back in his first preseason game versus the Seattle Seahawks and hasn’t...

Philip Rivers doesn’t think he needs “fixing”

The San Diego Chargers haven’t made the playoffs since 2009. Quarterback Philip Rivers carries much of the blame turning over the ball 47 times over the last two season. There has been a lot of talk this offseason that the Chargers brought in Mike McCoy and Ken Wisenhunt to fix Rivers. Via Sam Farmer of the LA Times, Rivers says he has heard the talk and doesn’t get it. The...

Chargers will likely avoid blackout for fourth preseason game

Over the past two years, the San Diego Chargers have become synonymous with blackouts. It looked like the team’s fourth preseason game versus the San Fransisco 49ers was in danger of being blacked-out however,  according to the U-T San Diego’s Michael Gehlken, the team will receive an 24-hour extension to sell 1,100 tickets. Chargers likely to dodge preseason blackout Thursday...

SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Linebackers

SDSN: San Diego Sporting News - By: Craig Medeiros San Diego,CA(SDSN)- In the following weeks SDSN and Craig Medeiros will be previewing every position on the Chargers offense and defense throughout...The post SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Linebackers appeared first on SDSN: San Diego Sporting News.

Ethan Albright’s Classic Open Letter to John Madden

Revisiting a classic in honor of Madden Day

Chargers WR Floyd returns to practice

Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has returned to practice two weeks after straining his right knee in a collision with cornerback Shareece Wright. Floyd says it was nice to be on the field with his teammates rather than doing work on the side. He caught passes from Philip Rivers during individual drills and says he was in and out of team drills. Floyd hopes to be able to play...

Te'o out of walking boot; Chargers place 3 on IR

Manti Te'o hopes he's given the boot to a walking boot he's worn on his sprained right foot since Aug. 9, the day after the San Diego Chargers' exhibition opener. The rookie linebacker was out of the boot Tuesday, although he hasn't been cleared to practice. ''It's a big step for me to take that boot off and see where it goes from there,''...

San Diego Chargers: Training Camp Report (August 17-26)

The third week of the preseason is the dress rehearsal game for all NFL teams, as the preparation and execution of a gameplan must be regular season-worthy. The San Diego Chargers' first-team offense hasn't looked good at all this preseason, so you weren't surprised with them playing with a sense of urgency against the Arizona Cardinals.The team's 24-7 victory was...

Malcom Floyd is practicing after straining knee two weeks ago

San Diego Chargers’ receiver Malcom Floyd strained his knee back on August 12th. It looked so bad that the team feared a torn ACL for it’s starting receiver. Almost two weeks later, the U-T San Diego’s Michael Gehlken is reporting that Floyd is back at practice and is on track to play week one. Even Floyd himself feared he had torn all the tendons in his knee and that his career...

Philip Rivers Says He Doesn’t Need To Be Fixed

Philip Rivers has to feel like that rapper that all of sudden fell off. Rivers, who was once considered somewhere among the league’s elite signal callers, is now fighting to prove that he still even belongs in the NFL. During a conversation with the L.A. Times, Rivers talked about a lot of the things that frustrated him.  The one that drove him crazy the most, was “people saying...
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