Today, Tom Telesco re-signed one of the first players he added when he became general manager last season. Chad Rinehart will remain a San Diego Charger for the next two years after spending his first four seasons in Washington and Buffalo. The left guard started 10 games for the Chargers last year and played in 11 as he missed some time due to a foot injury. Bringing back Rinehart...
Today the San Diego Chargers re-signed Chad Rinehart, 28, missed five games last season with a toe injury, but San Diego’s offensive line play improved when he returned to the starting lineup for the second half of the season. A third-round selection by Washington in the 2008 draft, the Northern Iowa product signed a one-year […]The post Chargers re-sign guard Chad Rinehart;...
We have re-singed guard Chad Rinehart.
— San Diego Chargers (@chargers) March 10, 2014
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports that the Chargers are expected to re-sign free agent G Chad Rinehart.
Rinehart, 28, was selected in the third-round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. He was with the Bills for three years before signing...
San Diego Chargers left guard Chad Rinehart has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the winless Jacksonville Jaguars and inside linebacker Donald Butler is doubtful.
Neither Rinehart (toe) nor Butler (groin) was able to play in Monday's victory over the Indianapolis Colts and the Chargers wrapped up their practice week on Friday with both players again sitting out.
Via AP on Fox
October 18, 2013
San Diego left guard Chad Rinehart has hurt his foot in the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans, and his return is questionable.
Rinehart ran across the field toward the locker room midway through the quarter. He was replaced by Rich Ohrnberger.
The Chargers already are without starting right tackle D.J. Fluker, deactivated with a concussion.
Titans linebacker Moise Fokou...
Via AP on Fox
September 22, 2013
The Buffalo Bills saw one of their guards get signed away on the first day of free agency and saw another get signed away today.According to ESPN.com, the San Diego Chargers inked Chad Rinehart, who had played for the Bills for the past three seasons. Terms have not yet been disclosed. This comes one day after the Tennessee Titans acquired former Bills guard Andy Levitre, who Buffalo...
The Buffalo Bills placed offensive lineman Chad Rinehart on injured reserve with an ankle injury and activated cornerback Ron Brooks. Rinehart, a backup who started three consecutive games, was injured during the team's loss to the Tennessee Titans two weeks ago and coach Chan Gailey indicated it would be a long-term injury. Brooks was on injured reserve with the designated...
The Buffalo Bills have retained the rights to offensive linemen Chad Rinehart and Kraig Urbik by tendering them contract offers a day before the start of the NFL's free agency period.
Rinehart had 12 starts in 16 games last year, splitting time between right and left guard in his first full season with Buffalo. He's a fourth-year player, who spent his first two seasons with...
Via AP on Fox
March 12, 2012
When Chad Rinehart was signed off the Jets practice squad by Buffalo midway through the 2010 season he wasn’t sure how long it was going to last with the Bills. Now a year and a half later he’s an interior linemen capable of starting and as a restricted free agent feels he’s found a group of linemates and a team that feels like a fit.
“In 2010 not being with the team the...
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Bills RG Chad Rinehart and DL Marcell Dareus both earned recognition as members of the All-Pro Football Focus team for Week 14.
Here’s what the folks at PFF wrote about the two linemen and their individual performances in the Week 14 loss to San Diego.
Guards: Nate Livings, CIN (+3.8) and Chad Rineheart, BUF (+3.4)
Yes you read that right, Nate Livings on the Team of the Week....