Posted October 21, 2012 on sdg.scout.com
It says something that the Chargers are beat up on the offensive line and in the secondary, yet they continue to carry four tight ends with the intent of developing Ladarius Green. To learn more about the talented pass catcher, we go one-on-one with him in this new Q&A.
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The NFL is reportedly investigating the Chargers over the possibility that their players used a sticky substance to help them catch passes.

COME ON, REALLY?

Chargers used sticky substance?

The NFL is reportedly investigating the Chargers over the possibility that their players used a sticky substance to help them catch passes.

 

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