Oct 9, 2011; Denver, CO, USA; San Diego Chargers guard Kris Dielman (68) and tackle Marcus McNeill (73) prepare to block for quarterback Philip Rivers (17) during the game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field. The Chargers defeated the Broncos 29-24. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Kris Dielman Considering A Comeback… Nevermind

Kris Dielman is considering coming back out of retirement (Kevin Acee). The Chargers released him today, so if he were to come back, he would be a free agent and available for any team to sign.

Dielman is a STUD, but a return to the NFL is a huge gamble. He had a scary incident last season with a concussion and a seizure on the flight home.

If Dielman is healthy and returns to the Chargers, he could be a force on our offensive line. He is one of the best in the business and he has got the itch to play football.

Why would the Chargers release him off the roster? Could that mean that this rumor is actually true? Dielman’s current contract would probably put the team over the cap and the team would have to rework a deal with him if he wants to stay wearing lightning bolts.  If he just stayed retired, there wouldn’t be any reason to release him off the roster.

UPDATE…. nevermind:

ACEE!!! Playing us like puppets with that story!

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  • 619chargers4life

    most news in one day by the chargers in a while. i can see the season with my high beams on, its coming. 

  • Bolts_NFL_music

    Wow Dielman may come back? Damn I think Rivers like to hear that. Dielman is one of the absolutely best left guards you can get in this business.
    Hope he´s doing well – ain´t nothing funny bout a concussion and a seizure.

  • Chargersfan4life

    Hopefully he comes back!

  • SDFAN2378

    @Bolts_NFL_music right!! However I see people saying that Kevin Acee shot that rumor down?How exciting would camp be with all these battles?

  • Bolts_NFL_music

    Damn it!…have seen and heard better updates :)

  • MikeTuck

    I’d love to see that, but I hope for Chris’s sake he doesn’t. I think the Chargers ought to consider a coaching job for him to work with the new young guys. His kind of experience can help with young players who haven’t seen all the pro tricks. Being their eyes and ears for a couple years would help them become better faster.

  • http://www.boltbeat.com/ PowderBlue619

    I love this guy but he should stay out of the league for his sake.

  • street

    he is done.. he said so himself.

  • street

    not only is he never going to play for the bolts again… he’s about to sue them for
    the incidences that led up to his seizure.