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Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune doesn’t believe Chargers running back Ryan Mathews will get on the field until week three of the regular season.
“@loffyloff: You think Chargers sit Mathews 1st couple weeks? Or hurry him back week 1?” >Won’t hurry him. I think it will be wk 3 vs. ATL.
— UTKevinAcee (@UTKevinAcee) August 22, 2012
The best thing for the Chargers to do, would be to not rush Mathews since he’s had so many injury problems in his career so far.
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