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San Diego Chargers receiver Malcolm Floyd practiced fully Friday and is expected to return to the lineup for Monday night's game at Jacksonville.
Floyd had been sidelined for the past four games - all losses - due to a hip injury.
He has 19 receptions for 401 yards and one touchdown in seven games this season.
It’s not his fault. Norv Turner is not a bad coach.
Take a breath. Calm down. Let me finish.
The demise of the San Diego Chargers is not all Norv’s fault. Sure, he contributed to it in his own way. And he has hardly proven to be a great coach, someone who can make a bad team good or a good...
Back in October as Rex Ryan’s New York Jets were preparing to face off against the San Diego Chargers, Ryan made a statement to the press that he would probably have a “couple of rings” by now if he had inherited the talent that Norv Turner had when Turner was hired as San Diego’s coach. Rex quickly retracted the statement then promptly coached his team to a victory over...
This time each year, players' minds turn to playoffs. Not Takeo Spikes. After 14 years and five teams, Spikes still yearns for his first taste of football life in January, Don Banks says.
Hot News for OT Marcus McNeill
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers have placed offensive tackle Marcus McNeill on season-ending injured reserve with a neck injury and signed tackle Jared Gaither off waivers.
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd stood quietly at his locker, shedding piece after piece of football equipment after a long day of work.
Maybe he meant it sincerely. Maybe he meant it sarcastically.
Given his luck of late, his words Friday were probably a bit of both.
“It's a blessing to make it out of a day's practice healthy,” Floyd said.
If you have Chargers fantasy player, decisions are tough.
This week is not about getting back in the playoff hunt. It is not about saving Norv Turner's job. It is about trying to win a football game, something the Chargers have not done since Oct. 9. Will it finally happen on Monday Night Football? To set the table for this game, we go over team reports, personnel updates and keys to the game.
The Chargers have plenty of areas that need personnel improvement. BOLTHYPE explores these glaring areas of need, to this point in the 2011 campaign:
Tight End: Antonio Gates has played well in spot duty, sadly his injuries have not allowed him to play a full season. Sperry is a nice addition...
The Packers face the struggling Giants at MetLife Stadium, and the Tim Tebow Express heads to Minnesota. The flex schedule "circle jerks" the Colts/Patriots game, and it's Norv Turner, not Nick Novak, who really has to go in San Diego.
The Chargers’ offensive line, racked by injuries this season, has seen yet another member land on injured reserve. The team has announced that left tackle Marcus McNeill, who suffered a neck injury 20 days ago against the Raiders, is done for the season. His roster spot will be replaced by former Chiefs tackle Jared Gaither. …