KING DUNLAP RUMORS & GOSSIP
King Dunlap, a 2008 7th round pick, started 6 games in his first 4 seasons combined, but he’s started 39 games (38 at left tackle and 1 at right tackle) over the past 3 seasons, 2012 with the Eagles and 2013 and 2014 with the Chargers. He graded out 37th in 2012, 6th in 2013, and 23rd in 2014. The big 6-9 310 pounder took a while to put it all together, but he’s developed into...
SAN DIEGO (AP) Left tackle King Dunlap has agreed to a four-year contract to remain with the San Diego Chargers.
Dunlap had been eligible to become an unrestricted free agent. The deal was announced Friday.
Dunlap was voted the team's lineman of the year in 2014, his second season with the team, after starting all 16 games for the first time in his career.
Via AP on Fox
February 21, 2015
While they were busy making headlines for their potential move to Los Angeles, the San Diego Chargers also made a move to solidify the team they will put on the field in 2015. On Friday the Chargers agreed to a four-year, $28 million contract with massive left tackle King Dunlap, who was scheduled to become a free agent.
Dunlap started all 16 games as Philip Rivers’ blindside...
The Chargers announced Friday that they’ve re-signed King Dunlap to a four-year contract.
We have agreed to terms on a four year deal with LT King Dunlap. pic.twitter.com/wvHezjoipX
— San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) February 21, 2015
Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune reported Thursday night that the Chargers were meeting with Dunlap’s representation at the Combine and...
Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune reports that the Chargers will meet with LT King Dunlap‘s representation at the Combine this week.
According to Gehlken, San Diego would like to re-sign him before the start of free agency.
Dunlap, 29, signed a two-year contract worth $3,700,000 contract, which included $950,000 guaranteed with the Chargers back in 2013. He has outplayed...
The San Diego Chargers have several starters set to hit free agency, but none may be more important than cornerback Brandon Flowers and left tackle King Dunlap.The Chargers turned a weakness into a strength in 2014. After receiving the third-worst pass coverage grade (-47.6) in 2013, the team ranked fourth-best in pass defense this season. Luring Flowers over on a one-year deal after...
We get that NFL players come in all different shapes and sizes, but this is just ridiculous.
During the San Diego Chargers’ Week 3 win over the Buffalo Bills, 5-foot-10, 185-pound receiver Eddie Royal caught a pass and headed up field. Leading the way for Royal was 6-foot-9, 330-pound offensive lineman King Dunlap, whose first name is “King” for a reason.
The play produced...
San Diego Chargers left tackle King Dunlap exited Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks in the third quarter with an injury: #181923633 / gettyimages.comIt appears Dunlap is suffering from cramps, as on-field temperatures in San Diego are around 120 degrees. Dunlap headed to the locker room for further evaluation and there are no current updates about his possible return...
The past season couldn’t have been more encouraging for the San Diego Chargers offensive line. A unit that finished near the bottom of the league in 2012 bounced back to have a great year thanks to the additions of some new pieces. Right tackle, D.J. Fluker, will be a staple on the line for years to come while King Dunlap was perhaps the biggest surprise at left tackle. The line...
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Indications are that Chargers left tackle King Dunlap will return for Sunday's game against the New York Giants after missing three games with a neck injury.
Dunlap's potential return means the Chargers (5-7) could have their opening day lineup on the offensive line intact for the first time since Sept. 22.
With Dunlap back, rookie D.J. Fluker would move from left tackle to right...
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December 06, 2013