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With Chargers safety Atari Bigby out three-to-five weeks due to a groin injury and with only five weeks left in the season, the Chargers have decided to shut him down. The team has announced that Bigby will be placed on season-ending injured reserve. Bi…Share Tweet
The Bengals have won their last three games by an average of 21 points but are just 1-5 in San Diego since 1992.Share Tweet
With 12,000 tickets unsold, another blackout looms in San Diegoprofootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012The San Diego Chargers are once again likely to be blacked out on local television on Sunday. The team announced that 12,000 tickets are unsold for Sunday’s game against the Bengals, making it a near certainty that the game will be blacked out. AlthoughShare TweetIt has become an all-too-familiar trend in San Diego. Another Sunday. Another expected blackout.Share Tweet
Rivers' window is still openOther top quarterbacks have had off years in the middle of their career, only to rebound and play well into their late thirties.Share Tweet
Scifres: Punting Into Historychargers.com Nov 27, 2012Punters are often the most overlooked players in the National Football League. In most cases, fans hardly notice a punter until he does something horribly wrong. That said, Chargers punter Mike S...Share Tweet
Liuget Continues to Impress for Chargerschargers.com Nov 27, 2012In a game that did not end the way the San Diego Chargers would have liked, there were things to be proud of, specifically the play of the defense’s front seven, who accounted for five sacks and n...Share Tweet
Bolts took offense to 4th-and-29 defense, blockWhat's done is done, but a former NFL referee says the team had reason to be upset about an Anquan Boldin block on Eric Weddle. "I just think it wasn't a legal hit."Share Tweet
Peter King: From Bowles blowing it to Chip's chances, coach talk heats up;…Nov 27Clearing out the NFL notebook entering Week 13:
Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history backs Harb…Nov 27Even when it feels like something entirely new has come along in the NFL -- like the head coach of a leading Super Bowl contender making a late-season starting quarterback change -- it's usually not all that novel. Not entirely.