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Danario Alexander eyes a return

Danario Alexander doesn't know where his comeback will happen. His focus now is making sure it does. The Chargers wide receiver is rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered Aug. 6 in practice. The ACL tear to his right knee came during a contract year after having undergone five various operations to his left in recent years. Alexander erased any doubt about his...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Chargers waive WR Danario Alexander

The San Diego Chargers have waived wide receiver Danario Alexander with an injury designation. Any team that claims Alexander will have to pay his $1.323 million salary and any rehab he’ll undergo. If he clears waivers, which the team is hoping for, Alexander will land on injured-reserve with the Chargers. Alexander tore his ACL on August 6th. The one silver lining (there really...
Via Pro Football Zone
August 17, 2013  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers: What Alexander’s injury means

On Tuesday, the San Diego Chargers suffered a major loss this season when Danario Alexander tore his ACL.  The wide receiver collided with cornerback Shareece Wright and first appeared to only have a minor injury.  After later examinations, it was revealed that Alexander tore his ACL and would be out for the entire season. Danario Alexander (J. Meric/Getty Images) Losing Alexander...
Via isportsweb.com
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers Potential Breakout Player of 2013: Danario Alexander

The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is one part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player (rookies don’t count) for the 2013 NFL season on each NFL team. For the San Diego Chargers, that player...
Via The Football Fan Spot
June 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Danario Alexander is sticking with the Chargers, for now

The NFL’s restricted free agent period is now over.  Teams had their chance to try and sign players like Chargers’ wide receiver Danario Alexander and they chose not to.Alexander now have three choices.  He can sign his restricted free agent tender, work out an extension with the Chargers or hold out.  I believe Alexander will end up signing his tender.If both sides don...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Few teams are interested in signing Danario Alexander to an offer sheet

According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, there are two to three teams that are interested in signing Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander to an offer sheet, since he’s a restricted free agent. Alexander had a great year in 2012 and the Chargers are in danger of losing him after placing a low restricted free agent tender on him.   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Chargers Planning To Use A Low-Round Tender On WR Danario Alexander?

Adam Caplan reports that the Chargers are planning to use a low-round restricted tender on WR Danario Alexander. If true, this could be a calculated risk on their part as low-round tenders prevent them from receiving compensation if the player signs with another team and they elect to not match the contract. Alexander, 24, is coming off of a very solid season for the Chargers and...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Alexander's career with Rams full of 'what ifs'

ST. LOUIS -- There was talent but no trust. Danario Alexander had size and speed, but he was no sure thing. The former Missouri star carried promise, but there was no way to show that potential on enough Sundays. In short, that's why the former St. Louis Rams wide receiver was waived with an injury settlement Monday. There will be cruel questions attached to his tenure in the...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Alexander among 15 waived by Rams

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St. Louis Rams have waived wide receiver Danario Alexander, a star at Missouri who has not been able to stay on the field in the NFL, with an injury settlement. Alexander has had multiple surgeries on his left knee and has been dogged by a hamstring injury all summer, participating in a handful of practices and missing the first three preseason games. Alexander...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Alexander's tenacity keeps uncertainty at bay

ST. LOUIS Danario Alexander sits in a small office at Rams Park, each day in this building an opportunity that he never takes for granted. Each practice is a chance. Each afternoon he spends on the field with coach Jeff Fisher and quarterback Sam Bradford is further proof that perseverance can extend a dream. The hard-luck St. Louis Rams wide receiver starts talking about adversity...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss
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