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Mike McCoy: Greetings, men. I know this is early in the off-season to get us all together, but with me being your new coach, I wanted to get a face to each of your names. I also want you all to know that I, along with the front office, am working tirelessly to make the Chargers the best football team it can be in 2013 and beyond.
Antonio Gates: Great to hear it, coach. Lookin’ forward to this season.
Mike McCoy: Fantastic. Now, there is another matter that requires our attention. We are a team of men from greatly differing backgrounds and lifestyles. That’s a good thing. In my experience, it’s the teams that welcome diversity mesh even better than those composed of the same type of people. I’m of the opinion that how a man lives his life is his business so long as he is ready to work on my time. There’s been a lot of talk in the culture about whether homosexuals would be accepted in professional sports. There has even been talk that there is currently a gay player in the NFL. I don...
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Michael Gehlken of the Union Tribune reports that the Chargers have informed LT Jared Gaither that he will be released today. The Chargers have since confirmed the move.
Gehlken adds that this move will result in a $6 million cap hit for the 2013 season.
Gaither, 27, signed a four-year deal worth $24.6 million that also included $13.5 million guaranteed and an $8 million signing...
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To say that Danario Alexander has some injury concern would be an understatement. But to say Danario has some NFL talent is also an understatement. As shown in 2012, when Alexander can take the field, he can be a difference maker. In only...
The San Diego Chargers have released left tackle Jared Gaither, which will cost them a $6 million hit against the salary cap.
Gaither was signed to a four-year, $24.5 million contract after playing well in the final five games of 2011. But he developed a mysterious back injury early in training camp last summer and was slow to return, raising questions about his work ethic. He played...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the San Diego Chargers have released left tackle Jared Gaither.
Chargers announced they released OT Jared Gaither.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 27, 2013
At one time Gaither was one of the best left tackles in the NFL, but injuries have taken their toll on him.
The 27 year-old Gaither has only played in 19 games over the past four years...
The Chargers made an underrated -- and undersized -- addition when they signed former Patriots RB Danny Woodhead. Proficient as a receiver and deadly in space, Woodhead adds an element to San Diego's offense that has been missing since Darren Sproles left town. For more on Woodhead, we talk to Patriots Insider publisher Jon Scott.