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Former Chargers and Cowboys wideout Patrick Crayton has been signed by the New Orleans Saints.Fantasy Spin:The addition of a veteran receiver, they also looked at Steve Breaston, could mean that Saints management is completely sold on youngsters Kenny Sills and Nick Toon. The wide receiver who grabs the No. 3 role in New Orleans behind Marques Colston and Lance Moore has a chance to be fantasy worthy.
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New Orleans WR Kenny Stills is the Saints' No. 3 receiver, but the arrival of veteran Steve Breaston will give him some competition to deal with. The loss of WR Joe Morgan who was projected to be the team's No. 3 wideout leaves Stills with the opportunity to be the opening day No. 3 receiver.
Hardly two years removed from playing college football on a 12-man defense in western Canada, Akiem Hicks is primed to emerge as a full-time starter on an NFL defensive line.
Just don't tell him that, because he won't even admit to being encouraged by the fact that he played with the starting unit in the New Orleans Saints' preseason opener and is regularly practicing...
With the 2013 fantasy football season right around the corner, many people are trying to find some diamonds in the rough. The middle and late rounds of the draft are very important, because there is good value without much risk. Here is a look at 3 players poised to have better seasons than their average draft position would suggest. Read more »
I thought the receiving core depth WITH Joe Morgan was suspect at best entering training camp. When he went down, I wasn't sure what to think. Then I was thrilled by the Steve Breaston signing. Now? I'm not even sure Breaston will catch up fast enough to make the team because the core is so loaded. How things change quickly, but I was thoroughly impressed by how many capable...
San Diego Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd had to be carted off the field during Monday's practice, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Floyd reportedly went down after colliding with cornerback Shareece Wright, per Bernie Wilson of the AP.
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has been carted off the field with an apparent right knee injury.
Floyd was hurt toward the end of Monday's practice, six days after the Chargers' other starting wideout, Danario Alexander, was lost for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Floyd went down after a collision with cornerback Shareece Wright...
The Chargers suffered another notable loss in their receiving corps Monday; starter Malcolm Floyd suffered what is feared to be a torn ACL. This is a huge loss for San Diego; they also lost another starting receiver a few weeks ago when Danario Alexander tore his ACL. After practice, cornerback Shareece Wright, who was covering [...]
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Michael Gehlken of the U-T San Diego reports that a MRI done on San Diego receiver Malcom Floyd reveals a sprain in his right knee. While a strain still isn’t good news, this is considered good news because there was preliminary reports that believed that Floyd might of had a torn ACL.
Initial MRI results show a sprain for Malcom Floyd. More testing coming Tuesday...
(With AP Photos.) By BRETT MARTEL AP Sports Writer Preston Parker says he never learned to love football until he lost his job as an NFL receiver for nearly all of last season.
''That's one thing I probably lacked before,'' Parker said following practice Monday with the New Orleans Saints. ''I didn't love it as much as I do now. But when I went home...
Michael Gehlken of the U-T San Diego reports that Chargers WR Malcom Floyd was carted off the practice field on Monday with what appears to be a right knee injury.
Gehlken added that it “does not look good” as Floyd was on the ground and receiving treatment for “several minutes.”
San Diego has already lost Danario Alexander for the season after he torn his ACL last week...
The San Diego Chargers were hoping they'd found a suitable wide out to bolster their group of receivers when they acquired Robert Meachum last year. Unfortunately for San Diego, Meachum hasn't been the player they hoped he would be since joining the team. In fact, one Chargers' source told Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego that the former first-round pick is "broken down...
The Chargers feared Monday night they had in a span of seven days lost two starting wide receivers for the year to the same injury.
An MRI result offered significant relief.
Initial testing shows Malcom Floyd strained his knee in practice Monday afternoon a team spokesman said. More information could be forthcoming but it appears the 10th-year veteran avoided sharing the fate of...
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Beating the San Diego Chargers 31-10 was a reasonable expectation heading into this game. How the Seahawks got there was not entirely encouraging. Pre-season games are difficult to gauge in the NFL since so many players that will not be on NFL rosters are getting significant snaps. Keeping an eye on how the starters...
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd strained his right knee in a
collision with cornerback Shareece Wright during practice on