Posted February 15, 2012 on
The Chargers have two key free agents in the offensive backfield: Mike Tolbert and Jacob Hester. Although Tolbert has been the more productive player since the duo entered the league together in 2008, it would appear Hester has the better odds of returning. Read on to find out why.
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For the last several years the San Diego Chargers have had tantalizingly good talent, but they just haven’t been able to get it done in the playoffs.
I was a believer in 2011. But a rough stretch by Philip Rivers and injuries to Antonio Gates, several offensive linemen and others led to a six-game slide that scuttled a promising 4-1 start.
The lack of a playoff berth raised questions...
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LaDanian Tomlinson. Darren Sproles. Drew Brees. Michael Turner.
AJ Smith has let each one of them leave the San Diego Chargers with little more than a compensatory draft pick in return. Smith is frugal, and he believes that every player can be replaced. While San Diego have had a decent amount of success in recent years, they surely could have used some of the aforementioned...
Chargers could be more active in free agency starting next month.
The Carolina Panthers have signed free agent defensive end/linebacker Jyles Tucker to a one-year deal, David Canter, Tucker's agent, announced on Twitter. Financial terms were not disclosed. Undrafted out of Wake Forest in 2007, the 6-foot-3, 258-pound Tucker totaled 56 tackles, including 10 quarterback sacks, in 32 games for the San Diego Chargers from 2007-10. Tucker suffered...