This morning’s dump includes articles on Vincent Jackson enjoying his return to San Diego. It also includes articles on Stephen Cooper and Bryan Walters.
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SAN DIEGO – Vincent Jackson
isn’t listed among “additions” to the San Diego Chargers. But his seventh year here has the feel of a new beginning.
The AFC West could be a free-for-all, with Philip Rivers
and the San Diego Chargers’ quick-strike offense looking to get back to the playoffs after a year away. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs have a new offensive coordinator, and the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos are playing under new head coaches.
The Chargers partnered with veteran winemaker Anthony Bell
of Napa Valley’s Bell Wine Cellars to create a limited-edition Cabernet Sauvignon bottling and celebrate the rich history and legacy of the team and its fans over more than 50 years. Chargers Legacy 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon retails for $24.99 per bottle and is available for purchase online at www.chargers.com/wine, at select retailers and grocery stores in the San Diego metro area, and during home games at Qualcomm Stadium. You can also place orders over the phone at 707-944-1673.
SAN DIEGO —- Stephen Cooper
‘s decision to play with a torn biceps tendon in his left arm was met with skepticism. It seemed difficult for the inside linebacker to play with such an injury and, while surgery remains a requisite to full health, Cooper is working his way through it.
SAN DIEGO —- Bryan Walters will have a job when the Chargers make their first round of cuts Tuesday afternoon. The first-year receiver earned that standing with a preseason full of dynamic plays, including a 103-yard kickoff return in the exhibition opener and a touchdown catch with 3 seconds remaining to beat Arizona on Saturday night.