EDDIE ROYAL RUMORS & GOSSIP
The San Diego Chargers will once again be without kicker
Nate Kaeding, and wide receivers Eddie Royal and Malcom Floyd are listed as
questionable to play tonight against the Denver Broncos.
Kaeding has been dealing with a groin injury over the past
several weeks and will once again be replaced by kicker Nick Novak. Over his
three games played Kaeding made all seven...
Chargers WR Eddie Royal returned to practice on Wednesday. Royal has missed most of training camp with a leg injury and missed the last few days because of family issues. Royal believes it will not take long for him and Rivers to get back in sync. I felt like the foundations that was built in OTAs [was solid], Royal said of working with Rivers. It is just building on that....
All of that buzz surrounding San Diego Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal @eddieroyal19 is going to quiet down for a bit. Royal will be out of action for up to two weeks because of a groin injury. Royal, who has been one of the Chargers' most talked about offensive players this offseason, will be looking to make an impact out of the slot and return to his rookie-year form of...
Wide receiver-punt returner Eddie Royal has joined the San Diego Chargers after burning them a few times while with the division rival Denver Broncos.
Royal agreed to a three-year deal with the Bolts on Thursday, two days after San Diego agreed with Robert Meachem.
In September 2008, after referee Ed Hochuli's infamous blown call in Denver, the rookie Royal caught a fourth...
Via AP on Fox
March 15, 2012
Former Denver Broncos wide reviver Eddie Royal has signed with the San Diego Chargers, according to multiple reports. No more Royal treatment for Broncos fans evidently, as the fourth-year veteran has signed with the Broncos’ most despised division rival.
Royal signed a three-year deal with San Diego, after catching 19 passes for 155 yards and a touchdowns last season. Known...
Denver Broncos WR Eddie Royal made Monday Night Football history against the Chargers in 2009. (REUTERS/Fred Greaves)
Wide receiver Eddie Royal did NOT sign with the Washington Redskins as we reported on Tuesday and is still making the free agent rounds. In fact, he’ll be talking to a trip to the Broncos’ AFC West rival San Diego Chargers.
Naturally we decided to dig up pictorial...
Eddie Royal #19 of the Denver Broncos returns a punt for a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum on November 6, 2011 in Oakland, California. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Former Broncos guru Mike Shanahan isn’t done stocking up on receiver talent. After signing Pierre Garcon the old ball coach is now bringing in his former 2nd round draft pick to revamp...
Free agency is almost upon us and there are several players the Baltimore Ravens may pursue. I was thinking maybe Eddie Royal, a soon-to-be free agent from the Denver Broncos.
Royal appeared in 12 games in 2011, catching 19 passes for 155 yards.
However, I think Royal’s real value comes as a returner. He has three career touchdowns in the return game, but he’s also fast.
Broncos receiver Eddie Royal missed his second straight practice Thursday, still recovering from a concussion.
Royal, who also missed practice time last week with a toe injury, collided with a teammate during a punt return late in Denver's victory over Minnesota last Sunday.
Coach John Fox said the team was being cautious with Royal and following the league-mandated medical...
Via AP on Fox
December 08, 2011
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Broncos wide receiver Eddie Royal has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, despite returning just one punt on Sunday afternoon.
Royal — who has over 2,000 return yards in his career — returned a punt 85-yards for a touchdown, representing the go-ahead score in Denver’s 38-24 win against Oakland last week. Adding a 26-yard receiving touchdown earlier in the...