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Most of the big-ticket free agents have been snatched off the open market, but there are still several premier players available.
OT Marcus McNeill
Marcus McNeill was released by the San Diego Chargers on March 13th. The two-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle was selected in the second round (50th overall) by the Bolts out of Auburn in the 2006 NFL Draft. McNeill has 82 starts under his belt at a premium position in the NFL, but medical concerns have taken a toll on his market value.
QB Dennis Dixon
Dennis Dixon, 27, was selected in the fifth round by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008 out of Oregon. The 6-3, 209-pound signal-caller hopes to make a name for himself as he enters his fifth season.
The Oakland, CA native went 12 of 26 (46.2 completion percentage) for 145 yards and one touchdown to one interception in one game and one start in 2009 and completed 22 of 32 throws (68.8 completion percentage) for 254 yards and one pick in two starts in 2010. Dixon went 1-for-1 in ’09 and did...
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SAN DIEGO, April 4— It looks like DE Luis Castillo will continue to play in San Diego after all. According to the Chargers, Castillo has agreed to a new one-year deal.
Castillo’s 2011 season ended tragically as he broke his leg in the pre-season opener. His absence left a void on the team’s defensive line that was never repaired.
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It is tough to tell what the San Diego Chargers are doing with their franchise at this point therefore making it hard to predict how they will do in 2012.
The team is not looking too good. Phillip Rivers had an off year, injuries plagued the team and many expected that Head Coach Norv Turner would be fired.
Then moving into free agency they lost running back Mike Tolbert to the...
Peyton Manning's arrival in the AFC West apparently has put the Denver Broncos' rivals on notice, as the need to acquire quality defensive help is now at a premium. In line with that thinking, the San Diego Chargers have re-signed defensive end Luis Castillo to a one-year contract.
Castillo has been a valuable contributor to the Chargers front seven over the years, helping...
Former San Diego Chargers quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested for a second time in four days on Monday.
After posting bail for drug and burglary charges after his Friday arrest, Leaf was apprehended again early Monday morning and is facing charges of burglary, theft and two counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs.
Leaf, 35, is also being detained on a probation violation...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings added more competition at the wide receiver position Monday, agreeing to terms with former San Diego Chargers receiver Bryan Walters.
Walters, 24, was with San Diego for two seasons after being signed as an undrafted free agent out of Cornell in 2010. He had three catches for 27 yards while appearing in four games last season for the Chargers...
The Chargers feel a draft, but is that a good thing? The team with one playoff win in four years is now looking to next month's dispersal of college talent to help snap a two-season skid of missing the postseason. The question is: do Chargers' fans still have faith in general manager A. J. Smith to work his draft-day magic?
The San Diego Chargers have re-signed veteran defensive end Luis Castillo, Mike McCartney, Castillo's agent, announced on Twitter. Terms were not disclosed. A first-round pick out of Northwestern by the Chargers in 2005, the 6-foot-3, 290-pound Castillo started 79 of 82 games over the seven seasons, totaling 210 tackles, 19 sacks with two interceptions, five passes defensed and...
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The San Diego Chargers announced that they have agreed to a two-year deal with nose tackle Antonio Garay, via press release.
Garay has been a solid addition to the Chargers since he signed with the team in 2010, after being on the New York Jets’ practice squad. The 6-4, 320-pound nose tackle from Boston College started 28 games for the Chargers, but...
Former San Diego Chargers wide receiver Bryan Walters has joined the Minnesota Vikings. Walters began last season as the Chargers' punt returner before later being released. He also caught three passes for 27 yards for San Diego last season. Walters, 24, is a 6-foot, 190-pounder from Cornell. He played in four games last season. Source: Scout.com Attached Thumbnails
Need more proof Ryan Leaf is a pill-popping junkie with an Oxy addiction? The guy was arrested Friday on drug, theft & burglary charges. Guess who was arrested yesterday on nearly identical charges? Yep, the former #1 draft pick of the San Diego Chargers. He posted bail on the first charge and went hunting for some pills, according to police. At least he’s in jail today awaiting...
Apparently operating under the guise that more is better, the San Diego Chargers continue to add wide receivers with kick return ability. The Chargers announced Wednesday the signing of receiver/return man Michael Spurlock, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Spurlock joins former Buffalo Bill Roscoe Parrish, who agreed to a deal on Tuesday, as well as former Denver Broncos receiver...
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After signing eleven free agents this offseason, the San Diego Chargers added more firepower by agreeing to terms with wide receiver/return specialist Roscoe Parrish on a one-year contract on Tuesday evening, according to the team’s press release.
Parrish also rejoins his former high school teammate in safety Atari Bigby, as they attended Miami Senior...