San Diego's most stacked position is wide receiver, a luxury for Coach Mike McCoy and a challenge for third-year pro Dan DePalma. We talk to the shifty wideout about his first training camp in So Cal, the differences between Philip Rivers and Eli Manning and his plans to make an impact for the Chargers.
The San Diego Chargers continue to be active, but low key in free agency. As reported by Adam Scheter, the Chargers have signed wide receivers Deon Butler and Dan DePalma as well as cornerback Cornelius Brown.
Chargers have agreed to terms with wide receivers Deon Butler and Dan DePalma and cornerback Cornelius Brown.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 8, 2013
Under the previous...
The San Diego Chargers have agreed to terms with wide receivers Deon Butler and Dan DePalma, and cornerback Cornelius Brown.
The deals for Butler and Brown are for one year. DePalma's is a two-year deal.
Butler played in 35 games during four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, catching 57 passes for 611 yards (10.7 average) and four touchdowns.
DePalma spent time on the New...
Via AP on Fox
April 08, 2013
New York Giants wide receiver Dan DePalma attended West Chester University, a small Division II school in Pennsylvania. During his time there, he always wondered how his career would have ben different had he been given the opportunity to attend one of the "bigger" football schools. He was always confident in his ability and knew he was a good player, but at the same time...
Dan DePalma won't be playing in Super Bowl XLVI, but he may wind up being one of the Giants' most important players as they prepare to face the Patriots.
Dan DePalma wonât be playing in Super Bowl XLVI, but he may wind up being one of the Giantsâ most important players as they prepare to face the Patriots in Indianapolis next Sunday.