Morning Dump

SAN DIEGO –  Two San Diego players sought her out for a handshake and a few words of encouragement. Their coach, Norv Turner, took the time to take a photo with her.

Chargers running back Ryan Mathews suffered a broken clavicle on his first carry of the preseason and will be out four to six weeks after surgery Friday.

The former San Diego Chargers offensive tackle was a two-time Pro Bowler and a 2006 second round pick, which means he’s only been in the league for six years.

The Green Bay Packers lost to the San Diego Chargers in their first preseason game of the year by a score of 21-13. As with most preseason games, it was a boring game filled with miscues and guys who aren’t going to be on an active roster in a few weeks.

Fantasy sports used to be the only game where it mattered if a team was good on paper.

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