Oct 21, 2012; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin (12) celebrates his touchdown during the second quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at the Metrodome. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports
Back on that Monday grind again. I am just returning back to work after taking a week off after having the new kid join the crew. So this is going to be an even bigger grind for me.
Some news rolling around the league, is the potential landing spots for Percy Harvin. He is going to be shopped around and the Minnesota Vikings will be looking to get some draft picks for the receiver. He is an explosive receiver, but only has one year left on his deal. Someone will have to pay him a big contract soon. Don’t think that the San Diego Chargers are interested, but we should always be interested in players that would improve the club. Let’s see how it all plays out.
To the dump:
San Diego Chargers team doctor David Chao has been “totally exonerated” by three independent doctors in an unanimous ruling after the NFL Players Association had requested that he be replaced, U-T San Diego reported, citing a team source.
The draft experts all agree on one thing this year: the San Diego Chargers are in serious need of a homerun with their first round pick in 2013. Who the experts are projecting that player to be, however, is something that they can’t agree on.
In 2012, the San Diego Chargers failed to reach the playoffs for the third straight year under Norv Turner. So, the team fired their head coach and hired Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy to come in and fix the Chargers offensive woes.
Chargers team doctor David Chao was sued for malpractice and as The Associated Press wrote last month, “the Medical Board of California is seeking to revoke Chao’s license and has referred the case to the state attorney general for possible charges” and “a complaint alleges gross negligence, repeated negligent acts and failure to maintain adequate and accurate medical records.”
Topics: San Diego Chargers