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Hey Joey, don’t sign!!!

The Bolts don’t need you. When players think more of themselves than the team, those players are expendable. If Joey Bosa doesn’t sign, Darius Philon, Sean Lissemore and others WILL step up. Create an atmosphere of motivation. Eric Weddle’s gone. We won’t lose a beat (hopefully we gain a beat). The free-agent signings of players […] Hey Joey, don’t sign!!! - Bolt Beat...
Via Bolt Beat
July 21, 2016

Lissemore limited in practice but may play opener

SAN DIEGO (AP) Chargers defensive tackle Sean Lissemore was limited in Friday's practice as he recovers from a sprained right ankle but indications are he will play in the season-opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night. ''I'm just working to get my ankle good,'' Lissemore said. ''That is what I'm concerned about right now.'' Lissemore was injured Aug. 15 against the...
Via Associated Press
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

With Geathers and Lissemore injured, should the Chargers pursue DT Alan Branch?

When Kwame Geathers was carted off Sunday afternoon, it sure didn’t appear like he was going to play football again this season. The big man bent in ways a 335-pound human being should not bend. However, early indications reveal some hope the second-year player avoided ligament damage. Geathers will have an MRI today, and we will await results before worrying too much, but if the...
Via cover32 - Chargers
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Camp Preview: Lissemore/Carrethers battle, Reyes and Liuget must blossom

In a 3-4 defense, defensive linemen become often the most overlooked impact players on a given unit. In San Diego, we know all too well just how important strong play from the men up front can be for defensive success as we had one of the best zero-techniques to ever do it — Jamal Williams. As a two-time All-Pro and three-time Pro Bowler, Williams “ate up” opposing interior...
Via cover32 - Chargers
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 10 DT’s in the draft: Will the Chargers replace Thomas or stick with Lissemore?

The most predominant theme of the offseason for the Chargers has been “how can we improve our defense?”. While the stats will show the most logical area of improvement is the secondary — and all Chargers fans have surely spoken of the need at corner — the nose tackle position in the 3-4 defense is the singular position that can completely change a defense. Remember the dominant...
Via cover32 - Chargers
March 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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