Found November 16, 2011 on
Sign on San Diego:
Chargers Pro Bowl left guard out for season after suffering concussion, seizure last month.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
A few weeks after a concussion lead to him suffering a seizure on the flight home, the Chargers have placed their all-pro guard on injured reserve.
The San Diego Chargers placed Pro Bowl left guard Kris Dielman on injured reserve Wednesday.
Dielman suffered a concussion in a Week 7 loss the New York Jets on Oct. 23. The 30-year-old Dielman initially signaled that he was OK despite looking off-balance for most of the remainder of the game.
Dielman later suffered a grand mal seizure on the flight home, and the NFL detailed that...
Banged up on the offensive line, the San Diego Chargers signed former Baltimore Ravens and Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Tony Moll to a one-year contract.
They cut rookie linebacker Darryl Gamble.
The Chargers finished their last game missing three starters due to injuries.
Antonio Gates (credits below) 1) ANTONIO GATES (@CHI)- Gates gets a very favorable matchup this week as he faces the league's 29th ranked pass defense and a defense who has surrendered the most fantasy points to TE's this year.2) ROB GRONKOWSKI (KC)- Gronk posted another solid performance last week going for eight catches with 113 yards and two TD's. This week he draws...
Episode 004 of the The BOLTHYPE Chargers Podcast, hosted by Mychal Edelman & Josh Bretow for BOLTHYPE.com
Be sure to share your thoughts about this episode in the comments section below! If you like the podcast and want us to do more, give us some feedback, thanks!
BOLTHYPE Podcast - Episode...
We all wish Chargers guard Kris Dielman the best. He will miss the rest of the season because of the concussion and seizure he suffered last month. The rest of the season just got a whole lot tougher.Photo Credit: Getty Images
The Chargers, 0-4 versus teams with winning marks, look to make a long overdue statement as they head to Chicago to take on the red-hot Bears. The players are beat-up and the coaching staff is under scrutiny, so this game could ignite or crush San Diego's hopes for another late-season playoff push.
Bears' Cutler and Chargers' Rivers play down past bad bloodJay Cutler and Philip Rivers might exchange pleasantries before the coin toss Sunday at Soldier Field, but they're not going to be friends soon.
San Diego's Norv Turner cannot win when his quarterback is throwing interceptions, whereas Chicago's Lovie Smith is only now learning what it is like to win otherwise.