The San Diego Chargers have released tight end Randy McMichael on Tuesday.
Hours before free agency began, the 11-year veteran was cut. He spent the last three seasons with the Chargers, appearing in all 48 games with 35 starts.
McMichael caught 59 passes for 543 yards and two touchdowns with San Diego after being signed as a free agent following five seasons in Miami (2002-06...
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March 12, 2013
Dolphins tight end Randy McMichael dives into the endzone during a 2002 preseason game agains the Saints. (Bob Rosato/SI)
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APNewsNow. Tight end Randy McMichael has agreed to a two-year contract to remain with the San Diego Chargers.
The 10-year veteran spent the last two seasons with the Chargers, making 14 starts in 2011 with star tight end Antonio Gates slowed by injuries. McMichael had 30 catches for 271 yards, but did not score a touchdown.
McMichael also played on special teams for San Diego....
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March 17, 2012
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Is it a cop out? A slight of the opponent? Not giving credit where credit is do? Back-up tight end Randy McMichael didn't think the Jets deserved much of anything after handing the 4-2 Chargers a 27-21 road loss; a game in which the San Diego was shut out in the second half, committing two turnovers in the process. McMichael said after the game that it was the Chargers who beat...
ESPN tried to create buzz for the Michael Kay Show by playing up San Diego Chargers TE Randy McMichael's comments following the Jets 27-21 victory Sunday. "The San Diego Chargers beat ourselves, OK?"...
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After losing to the Jets on Sunday, Chargers tight end Randy McMichael wasn’t impressed by the team that had beaten him. Nor were the Jets impressed with McMichael. “Their secondary isn’t anything,” McMichael said after the game. “It’s our fault. It had nothing to do with anybody on their team. It’s all about the guys…
The Jets took umbrage with Randy McMichael today, blasting the Chargers' tight end for his postgame comments yesterday.
Randy McMichael's bitter comments continued to resonate 24 hours after the San Diego Chargers blew an 11-point halftime lead and lost 27-21 to the New York Jets.
McMichael said following the game that the Chargers beat themselves and ''it had nothing to do with anyone on their team.''
Jets coach Rex Ryan responded by saying, ''Stay classy, San Diego...
Jets coach pulls a Ron Burgundy on Randy McMichael, who stands by his postgame statements. Cromartie gets in a shot, too.