COREY LIUGET RUMORS & GOSSIP
DE Corey Liuget sustained a concussion during Week 4, but was able to put in a limited practice on Wednesday. (Michael Gehlken)
WR Michael Floyd did not practice on Wednesday due to an illness. (Michael Gehlken)
Rookie CB Jason Verrett was limited in Wednesday’s practice and has “shown progress” in his rehab from a hamstring injury. (Michael Gehlken)
Here is the good, bad and the ugly from the Chargers 21-7 preseason loss to the 49ers.
After a poor game against Seattle the week before, Corey Liuget took it personal and was a monster on the field. He stacked the stat sheet and proved to be the best player in the game while he was out there. Liuget had four tackles (two of those tackles for a loss), a strip...
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Corey Liuget, already one of the better players on a San Diego Chargers defense that was rather subpar a season ago, is improving mightily in the offseason after a shoulder injury aggravated him for all of the 2013 season. And that news should certainly delight Chargers fans.
Liuget, a former Illinois Fighting Illini, underwent a surgical procedure recently to help heal a torn labrum...
The Chargers picked up their fifth-year year option on defensive end Corey Liuget, league sources confirmed to CBSSports.com.
Liuget is one of four players taken in the 2011 NFL Draft -- along with Jets defensive tackle Muhammad Wilkerson, Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith and Texans defensive end J.J. Watt -- to have their options picked up before the weekend.
The deadline is May...
The San Diego Chargers have joined the group of teams to exercise their fifth-year options on 2011 NFL Draft selections.
According to Field Yates of ESPN.com, the Chargers have picked up their team option on defensive tackle Corey Liuget.
Liuget was the 18th overall selection of the 2011 NFL Draft. As per terms of the new collective bargaining agreement, all draft picks sign four...
Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Chargers have exercised DT Corey Liuget‘s fifth-year option.
Liuget remains an extension candidate as he’s entering the final year of his rookie contract and will make just $758,964 for the 2014 season.
Liuget, 24, appeared in all 16 games for the Chargers last season and totaled 46 tackles, 5.5 sacks and a forced fumble. Pro Football...
Every offseason journalists write thousands of articles predicting what will happen in the upcoming season. There are a lot good predictions made, as many of these writers are incredibly knowledgeable about the sport, however football is full of unpredictable outcomes. Players constantly surprise the country with breakthrough seasons as well as disappoint us when they do not live...
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union Tribune mentions that the Chargers would like to extend the contract DE Corey Liuget “sooner than later.”
San Diego still has two years to decide what they’re going to do regarding Liuget, but addressing the contracts of young cornerstone players early on tends to payoff in the long-run, assuming of course that their asking price is reasonable...
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The San Diego Chargers, who can ill afford another underachieving first-round draft selection, say they're pleased with rookie defensive end Corey Liuget.
A week ago, Liuget chafed about not having a sack through 13 games. Sunday night in mop-up duty against Baltimore, Liuget finally downed a quarterback - Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor - in the last minute of San Diego's 20...
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December 21, 2011