Amid all the speculation and accusation, it seems waiting at least another (133rd) day for the lockout to end was inevitable.
It’s really cool that ESPN.com reveals the rankings and I know a ton of our readers play Madden. I don’t play Madden or any other video game (Yes, I’m aware of the Red Dead Redemption connection. No relation, I promise). So, I’m not really connected to these rankings.
Free agency is likely to begin in the near future, and one of the most sought-after players is expected to be FS Eric Weddle. Several teams need secondary help, and coming off a fantastic season for San Diego, the demand for Weddle should be pretty high when the lockout ends.
Chargers receiver Vincent Jackson is represented by a couple of the hardest charging agents in the business. Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod have engineered, for example, the recent holdouts of Darrelle Revis and Roddy White. Also, they threatened litigation on Jackson’s behalf last year against the San Diego Union-Tribune based on the suggestion by Kevin Acee that Jackson was broke.
“We have a lot of our own players that we would like to keep,” Smith said. “As soon as this thing is resolved, we’re going to go right back to our philosophy, which is (to sign) what’s now a log-jam of a lot of our own Chargers.”
BW: I think its because they’ve been good for awhile and haven’t made it to the big show. As long as Rivers is there, the window is open as wide a window in a house without air conditioning in Phoenix.