Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers say their game Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals will be blacked out in Southern California because nearly 11,000 general admission tickets remained unsold at Thursday’s deadline.

The Chargers (4-7) may have up to four players on their game-day active roster Sunday vs. the Bengals (6-5) who were not active last week. They include OLB Bront Bird, ILB Jonas Mouton, WR Micheal Spurlock and SS Brandon Taylor. Individual roles are still being defined. The majority of their contribution is expected on special teams, although Taylor will likely share reps on defense.

Just when Charger fans thought they had seen it all, every imaginable way to blow a game, then came 4th and 29.

It was bad enough Drew Brees and Darren Sproles led the winless (at the time) Saints to a comeback win.

He’s the punter, so who really cares.

But if every other Chargers player matched Mike Scifres’ performance level, what a happy place Chargers Land would be.

Dean Spanos would be giving Norv Turner another extension instead of reading that he should fire him.

The Chargers face another strong pass-rush defense on Sunday in the Cincinnati Bengals.

They’re ranked eighth in the league for pass defense, higher than any team the Bolts have faced other than the Denver Broncos

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