Gameday eve again and we all have that itch to see our Bolts! They will be traveling out to Denver today and ready for the show tomorrow.
Enjoy your dump:
Fans of the San Diego Chargers have been accustomed to slow starts and probably believe they’re dreaming right now.
All three players were formally listed as questionable on the Broncos’ injury report today. Missing Dawkins or Wilhite, or both, would be a blow to the Broncos secondary, especially given that this week’s opposing quarterback is
After missing Wednesday and Thursday’s practice for the second straight week, Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson again returned to full action Friday and looked sharp, an encouraging sign leading up to Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.
Walker, an offensive lineman for the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints in the late 1980s, admitted to two of 12 charges. The others will be dismissed.
Na’il Diggs is getting comfortable. Donald Butler is allowed to focus. Larry English is letting loose.
The Chargers linebackers are working in concert separately, getting in a groove by assuming a role.
Chargers kicker Nick Novak has deep roots tying him to the Bolts. His teenage idol was former Chargers kicker John Carney (1990-2000). “San Diego loves Carney,” Novak said. “I grew up in San Diego watching him. I was born here in 1981 in Del Cerro. Kellen Winslow’s (Chargers TE, 1979-87) son and I have the same godmother.”
Over the last two weeks, injuries have prevented them from playing a single down, leaving the bulk of the defensive end duties to rookie Corey Liuget and third-year pro Vaughn Martin, a pair with six starts between them.
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