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San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown reportedly suffered a broken ankle during Saturday night's exhibition game and is expected to be sidelined at least eight weeks. The injury means Brown will likely miss the first five weeks of the regular season, according to U-T San Diego. Brown suffered the injury while making a touchdown catch during the second half of the Chargers' victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Brown had 19 receptions for 329 yards last season and was expected to expand his receiving role this season. The injury was the second major setback during the preseason for the Chargers. Top running back Ryan Mathews sustained a broken collarbone in last week's game.
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Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown was carted off the field with a left ankle injury in the team's preseason game Saturday.Fantasy Spin:According to Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Brown has been the most impressive Chargers receiver in this month's practices and games, but the injury had the look of a fracture.
We do a quick spin when there is no other content worth including in our "Views" section because of the timeliness of the post or because it's just not that big a story. Brown is the later. This is bad news for the Chargers and their fans because they were counting on Brown to be a solid third wide receiver behind newly acquired Robert Meachem and holdover Malcolm Floyd.
San Diego Union-Tribune writer Kevin Acee confirmed that Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown suffered a broken ankle during Saturday's game.Fantasy Spin:According to reports Brown has been the team's most impressive receiver this preseason, but he'll miss at least eight weeks after having surgery Monday. Malcom Floyd and Robert Meachem get a bump in value due to Brown's injury.
According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Chargers believe that wide receiver Vincent Brown will be able to come back in the second half of the season and contribute after he recovers from his broken ankle.
Expectation is that Vincent Brown can play second half of season. May have been slight ligament damage. Chargers likely keep him on roster.
It's not news that the last two seasons in San Diego have been disappointing.
After being the cream of the AFC West and among the conference elite for the majority of the last decade, the Chargers have missed the playoffs for two straight seasons for the first time since 2002-2003.
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The vibes were good in San Diego when it came to Vincent Brown. He was growing in the offense and producing on the field, despite having a so-so camp. Now, he has a broken ankle and will miss the next 8 weeks. With possible health issues all around for the San Diego WR corp, things are getting a little dicey. At least Antonio Gates is having his healthiest...
SAN DIEGO, CA – AUGUST 18: Quarterback Tony Romo #9 and head coach Jason Garrett of the Dallas Cowboys talk things over during a Cowboy drive in the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on August 18, 2012 in San Diego, California. The Chargers won 28-20. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
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Three of the West’s teams were up on Saturday, making for a busy day. The Chargers turned out to be the only victorious side from the division this week – making them a perfect 2-0 – but aside from W’s and L’s, there’s still plenty to talk about from each camp.
San Diego may have won the war against the Cowboys 28-20, but there was a big battle lost at home....
Antonio Brown (WR) - Two receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's pre-season game against the Colts.
Brown made an 18-yard catch on a third-and-11 to extend a Pittsburgh drive, then scored on an impressive 57 yard catch-and-run. The Steelers have to be pleased with Brown's performance thus far, particularly with Mike Wallace still holding out.
Once the starters were out of the game, the San Diego Chargers found a pulse and beat the Dallas Cowboys.