This is the March 12, 2013 news archive. View today's Chargers rumors and news.
Free Agency Roundup: Day 1Here's a recap of all the news regarding the San Diego Chargers from the first day of free agency.Share TweetThe San Diego Chargers signed tackle King Dunlap. He is massive at 6-foot-9, 330 pounds. He started 12 games last season for the Eagles. He can play both left and right tackle. The Chargers have massive needs on the offensive line. I think Dunlap will b…Share Tweet
Chargers claim Fozzy Whittaker, ex-Longhorns RBChargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt coached Fozzy Whittaker last year.Share TweetThe Chargers announced the release of defensive tackle Antonio Garay on Tuesday. Garay, 33, notched 16 tackles and one sack in eight games for San Diego in 2012. He started a combined 28 games for San Diego in 2010 and 2011. Garay’s journey to an NFL sShare TweetThe Broncos improved themselves by signing ex-Chargers guard Louis Vasquez.Share TweetThe San Diego Chargers added depth at the tight end position by signing John Phillips.Share TweetWe’ve been aware of the Chargers’ interest in cornerback Jerraud Powers, but their General Manager Tom Telesco isn’t the only Colts alum with Powers on his radar screen. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was the head man in Indy for most of the 2012 seasShare TweetNick Novak pasÃ³ sus primeros 13 aÃ±os de su vida en San Diego. Ã‰l pasarÃ¡, por lo menos, los siguientes cuatro aquÃ. Los Cargadores de San Diego anunciaron la recontrataciÃ³n del pateador en ma...Share Tweet
Jonas Mouton is in the Chargers' plansInside linebacker still must answer some questions.Share TweetLike Takeo Spikes, Randy McMichael is an NFL vet who never reached the playoffs.Share TweetLearn more about tight end prospect Tyler Eifert out of Notre Dame.Share TweetOn Monday, there was a report that indicated the Buccaneers might be making a big push to sign cornerback Derek Cox right at the start of free agency. They appear to have some competition. Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the …Share Tweet
Free agent watch: Sean SmithThe Chargers may need to hire two cornerbacks. Ex-Dolphin Sean Smith is available..Share Tweet
Vaughn Martin to test free agency marketThe Chargers' left defensive end has appeared in 48 career games with the team.Share TweetWhile the gates don’t open for unrestricted free agents until 4 p.m., guys who have been cut are free to talk to other teams. And former Chiefs tackle Eric Winston has taken advantage. According to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego, Winston visited the CShare Tweet
Chargers doctors cleared in Dielman concussion caseThe flaws in the NFL’s handling of in-game concussions became a focal point following a 2011 game between the Chargers and Jets. Former Chargers offensive lineman Kris Dielman was clearly knocked loopy, struggled to stand, was permitted to keep playinShare Tweet
Don Banks: Despite losses, sky isn't falling on Vikings, Ravens; more Snap…Mar 12Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest Tuesday's dizzying comings and goings in the NFL as free agency cranks to life...
Peter King: Wallace makes sense in Miami no matter the cost; mailMar 12I hate Mike Wallace in Miami at $13 million a year.
St. Louis Rams keep DE William Hayes with 3-year deal -- sourceMar 12The St. Louis Rams re-signed defensive end William Hayes to a three-year, $10.5 million deal that includes $5.75 million in guarantees, a source told ESPN.com's John Clayton.
2013 NFL Free Agency -- Desperate for wide receiversMar 12After the Niners and Seahawks shook up the NFC West, wide receivers could go fast in free agency, writes John Clayton.