Judging by the injury reports released on Friday, the Chargers will have a health advantage over the Browns on Sunday.
The Chargers listed slot receiver Eddie Royal (hamstring) and backup cornerback Shareece Wright (ankle) as questionable.
Left tackle Jared Gaither, who didn't play in the team's loss to the Broncos, is probable, as are center Nick Hardwick (abdomen),...
The bye week has brought its first dividend to the Chargers.
Jared Gaither and Shareece Wright are practicing on Monday.
Gaither (groin) and Wright (ankle) didn't play in the 35-24 loss to the Broncos on Oct. 15.
Filling in for Gaither at left tackle, undrafted rookie Michael Harris made his fourth start and didn't allow a sack to the Broncos.
Wright, a special teams...
Cornerback Chris Carr is "San Diego bound," the veteran announced Monday on Twitter. He had a strong workout with the Chargers on Sept. 18.
Carr's agent Buddy Baker confirmed Carr will sign with the team this week.
The Chargers dressed only three cornerbacks Sunday against the Chiefs. Shareece Wright continues to miss time with a high ankle sprain suffered Sept...
A simple tweet about L.A.'s renovated downtown section turned wildly ugly for San Diego CB Shareece Wright on Monday after he capped his note with a hash tag that suggested the Chargers might be on the move.
A Chargers player got quite a reaction on Twitter last night when he sent out a tweet while watching the Lakers game.
"Downtown LA looking nice. Wait till that football stadium gets built. #LosAngelesChargers."
The feedback to rookie Chargers cornerback, Shareece Wright, was swift and harsh.
Wright’s next tweet wasn’t exactly an apology.
"People are juiced in...
Folks in San Diego remain fairly nervous, what with the Chargers unable to secure a new stadium and still struggling to sell all the tickets to the one they currently inhabit. And so the locals understandably were upset with cornerback Shareece Wright when he took to Twitter to talk openly about a move to Los…
A Monday night tweet about Los Angeles from Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright fired up the team's fan base. The wrong way.
Moving to the beach was the easy part.
The day after the lockout ended, former USC CB Shareece Wright received a call from the San Diego Chargers organization, which had drafted him in third round of the 2011 draft.
We were there the next day checking into the hotel getting ready for camp, said Wright.
Wright had spent the months waiting and working, but now the actual work...