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San Diego Chargers
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Ryan Mathews missed practice as result of minor injuries sustained in a car crash – Though the injuries were undisclosed, they have been described as “minor” and given Mathews’ presence at camp, it’s safe to assume they’re no threat to his missing any significant practice time. The Chargers were likely just being cautious here. The other important note is that police have already stated that neither alcohol nor drugs appeared to be an influence in the crash, so there’s no cause to worry about a suspension. In all likelihood Mathews will be back in action before the week is out.
Kendall Wright agreed to his rookie deal with the Titans – Now that his four-year contract has been inked, expect Wright to be worked in quickly to the Titans’ offensive plans. With Kenny Britt still working his way back from an arthroscopic procedure on his left knee and facing a possible suspension, Wright figures to help fill the void early in the season.
John Carlson suffered a sprained MCL and will...
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San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews suffered minor injuries in a car crash and is listed as ''day to day.''
The California Highway Patrol says Mathews lost control of his BMW while entering the Interstate 8 freeway Monday and hit another car.
A CHP officer says Mathews might have been driving too fast, but no drugs or alcohol was involved in the crash....
Ryan Mathews suffered “minor injuries” in a two car collision according to Debbi Baker of U-T San Diego.
The California Highway Patrol reported Mathews was driving his BMW on Interstate 8 when he lost control and hit another car.
Mathews was brought to a local hospital after experiencing pain. The California Highway Patrol said speed could be the cause; however, no one in...
If you were unfortunate enough to have Antonio Gates on your team last season, there is most likely hesitation about taking him again. He was often injured or labeled the dreaded “game time decision”. Surprisingly, he was actually able to perform when limping around the field. What are people saying about his status this season?
The San Diego Chargers aren't media darlings anymore, and Antonio Gates says that may be a good thing.
''It's definitely humbling,'' said the eight-time Pro Bowl tight end. ''Because we haven't gotten that exposure, it's humbling to our team.''
For the first time in years, the Chargers (No. 16 in the AP Pro32) aren't the pundits...
Quarterback Kevin O'Connell was set to sign with the Chargers, according to the North County Times. San Diego signed Kyle Boller to temporarily replace injured Charlie Whitehurst (knee), but Boller abruptly retired the following day. A former star for San Diego State, O'Connell has spent time with the Patriots, Lions and Dolphins. Whitehurst is expected to miss about...
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Antonio Gates has been a staple as a fantasy stud TE for years. Toe and foot issues have limited him recently, but he feels as close to 100% as he has in years. He has been making phenomenal catches at camp and looks to be back to his old self.
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Each year, I make several long treks along our nation's highways to take in the glorious sounds of crashing helmets, popping pads and air horns.
Yes, I said air horns. It's a Pavlovian experience. You might not understand.
There is a magic in the air that surrounds training camps. You're not watching NFL players under bright lights or on the grand stage in a stylized...
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Seeing two longtime teammates call it quits this offseason gave San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers a sobering reminder of his NFL mortality.
"What hit me right in the face was this doesn't last forever," Rivers said about the retirements of running back LaDanian Tomlinson and guard Kris Dielman. "This does come to an end."
As will the tenures of...
Comments on the San Diego Chargers by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
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Rick Gosselin (Dallas Morning News, 12): If Philip Rivers can minimize turnovers, Chargers will again contend for Super Bowl; his 25 in 2011 took San Diego out of contention.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 13): Ryan Mathews must take pressure off Phillip Rivers. Too many...
The Chargers continued training camp on Tuesday and SDBoltReport.com’s Anthony Gentile was at the afternoon practice for a closer look. How did the new QB fare? Which defensive rookie stood out? Which starting unit got the best of the two-minute drill? These answers and more inside.