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The five most important newcomers for the Chargers in 2014

Back in March, when free agency started, frustration mounted amongst Chargers fans. The Bolts were cap strung with some of the final ties to to the Turner/Smith era finally set to come off the books in 2015, but still costing the team in the near future. San Diego’s big free agent splash? Donald Brown. A third running back added to an already very capable backfield. But as we saw...
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July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Key to better secondary in ’14 could be two Charger defensive backs coming off injuries

One player is 23. The other player is 24. The younger has played all of zero NFL games, while the elder statesman has a whopping four games of experience at the pro level. The last time either player played a competitive game of football, Norv Turner was coaching the Bolts and A.J. Smith sat in the general manager’s box at Qualcomm Stadium. And even though these two young men have...
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June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers | Best & Worst Case Scenario for Round 1 of the NFL Draft

The Chargers finished the 2013 season with one of the worst pass defenses in the league and as of now the starting corners consist of Steve Williams and Shareece Wright. The secondary isn’t the only position of need for San Diego, look for them to look long and hard at receiver in hopes of adding another weapon opposite Keenan Allen, also the defensive line and offensive line are...
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March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Chargers’ rookie CB Steve Williams tore his pectoral muscle

The San Diego Chargers’ fifth-round pick Steve Williams tore his pectoral muscle in Thursday’s preseason game versus the Chicago Bears. The U-T San Diego’s Michael Gehlken says the injury will likely end his rookie season before it truly started. Chargers CB Steve Williams tore his pectoral muscle during Thursday's game. Fifth-round pick expected to miss season. — Michael...
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August 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Inside Scouting Report: Three Golden Bears

The Chargers spent two of their six draft picks on Cal players: WR Keenan Allen and CB Steve Williams. To learn more about what we can expect from this pair, we chat with CalSportsDigest.com publisher Ryan Gorcey. He serves up detailed scouting reports and even dishes on second-year safety Sean Cattouse.
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May 28, 2013  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers: D.J. Fluker Only Unsigned 2013 Draft Pick

The San Diego Chargers have signed their fifth-round choice from the 2013 NFL Draft in cornerback Steve Williams. Five of the team’s six choices are now signed, including Williams, inside linebacker Manti Te’o (second round, No. 38 overall), wide receiver Keenan Allen (third round, No. 76), outside linebacker Tourek Williams (sixth-round, No. 179) and quarterback Brad Sorensen...
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May 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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