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signonsandiego.com Dec 5, 2012The Chargers wide receiver admits he'll "probably be chilling" this season, continuing his rehab as he prepares for 2013.Share TweetSan Diego Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner cut a tendon in his right thumb during a hunting accident and probably will start the season on the disabled list.Share TweetThe Chargers muddled offensive line situation is beginning to take shape. On Monday, head coach Norv Turner called it a mystery when asked who would be lining up to protect Philip Rivers. But Wed...Share TweetPractice squad Offensive tackle Charlie Bryant #77 answers a fan tweet from Shan @chargers who was your fav nfl player growing up? #AskACharger - Shan Fujii(@azntatboy) December 5, 2012 Other Pla...Share Tweet
Rivers is practicing with a retooled linesignonsandiego.com Dec 5, 2012Philip Rivers is practicing on Wednesday with only two regular starters on the Chargers offensive line.Share TweetThe Chargers don’t need a nametag for the newest offensive lineman. But unlike his previous stays, he might actually hang around a bit this time. The Chargers signed the veteran offensive lineman Wednesday, the third blocker they’ve signed in the lasShare Tweet
Scouting Report: Chargers vs. SteelersThe San Diego Chargers look to snap a four-game losing streak on Sunday when they visit Heinz Field to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. The game marks the team’s third straight against an AFC Nor...Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 5, 2012Forcing turnovers against the Chargers is no longer novel, but the rate at which Carlos Dunlap did it was still impressive. The Bengals defensive end was named AFC defensive player of the week, with a pair of sack-forced fumbles and four pressures in th…Share TweetESPN.com Dec 5, 2012FALLING The run game in San Diego: The Chargers offense is lethargic, and a big reason why is the inability to run the ball successfully. In Sunday's loss to Cincinnati, the Chargers simply gave up. They ran the ball 11 times in 59 offensive plays. Wasn…Share TweetThe San Diego Chargers placed wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu and center David Molk on injured reserve and replaced them Tuesday with center Colin Baxter and guard-tackle Stephen Schilling.Share Tweet