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Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


Happy Friday y’alls…

Can’t wait to get the day done!

…dump

Chargers‘ hole at LT remains unfilled
ESPN (blog)
That leaves the Chargers scrambling to protect Philip Rivers’ blind side. The only real option in free agency is former Steelers’ left tackle Max Starks. Like McKinnie, Starks is not a great option, and he’d only be a solution for a year. But the 

Chargers agree to deal with RPI QB Hermann
Yahoo! Sports
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Chargers agreed to a contract Thursday with rookie free-agent quarterback Mike Hermann from Division III Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Hermann was a two-time Liberty League Offensive Player 

San Diego Chargers Sign UDFA QB Mike Hermann
Bolts from the Blue
Got this e-mail from the Chargers this evening: The Chargers have agreed to a contract with free agent rookie quarterback Mike Hermann from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), a Division III school in Troy, New York. YAWN. The 6-5, 250-pound 

Former Chargers K Kaeding retires
MiamiHerald.com
Former San Diego Chargers kicker Nate Kaeding has retired from the NFL, with the nine-year veteran making his decision public in an interview with the Iowa City Press-Citizen published Thursday. Kaeding appeared in San Diego’s first three games of the 

Former San Diego Chargers Kicker Nate Kaeding Retires from the NFL
Bolts from the Blue
A month after signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and coming off a season in which he was played for the San Diego Chargers and Miami Dolphins, Nate Kaeding has announced that he will retire from the NFL. Some around here know me as a Nate ..

Telesco talks to Chargers fans
U-T San Diego
Tom Telesco on Wednesday answered questions from Chargers season ticket holders. • John Pagano. “The defense as a whole did a very good job last year,” Telesco said. • Jonas Mouton will be given the chance to compete against Manti Te’o for a starting 

ESPN’s Kiper likes Chargers‘ draft
U-T San Diego
In this Tuesday, April 7, 2009 photo, football draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. talks about the draft during a taping at the ESPN Zone in Baltimore. Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of Kiper’s 1984 debut on ESPN’s draft coverage, and while his demeanor 

Junior Seau’s Passing: One Year Later - Chargers
Chargers.com
It’s been exactly one year since the passing of Junior Seau, and the death of one of the greatest Chargers in team history still resonates within the organization and the entire city of San Diego. “He will always be missed,” said Chargers President 

Are the odds in San Diego’s favor?
U-T San Diego
You could argue that, next year, the Chargers will have the second-best offensive line in the country. Behind Alabama. Sorry, but while General Manager Tom Telesco had a solid draft, and while miraculous one-year turnarounds do happen in the NFL (see: ..

 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/lostkiara Stefanie Smith

    “The long-rumored move isn’t without risks, but it makes a lot of sense. It moves the line’s two most trustworthy and talented players to the more valuable side. ” –comment about GB moving their best o-line players to the left side.

    Maybe this is what we have to do. I know this is goofy. But what about Fluker playing the left side? Would that be too risky to do to Rivers? Who are the best we have left, seeing we let one of ours walk out the door?

    Besides that, there has to be somebody out there that is good. Come on, TT. You did not complete the job yet on the blind side – the more valuable side. Dunlap is not the answer. The key here is “most trustworthy and most talented”

    • RussinSactown

      Well the thinking is that we will put “our five best” on the line. Moving Fluker to the left is going to take a bit of a learning curve. The responsibilities change, right side to left side. Fluker’s footwork might not be up to the task.

      So unless we hear about Maximillian Starks flying in or a phantom trade to bring in a working LT, that leaves us Dunlap who might be looking to redeem himself (Truth is Philly was a mess the last year or two and it all wasn’t on him), Mike Harris has a year of experience, albeit not great experience at the left side. Or Nick Becton out of Va. Tech who is just trying to make a squad.

      Who knows? Fluker might have the footwork for the left side, then we can put Dunlap at the right tackle and slide Clary to guard. All I know is I want this to get resolved soon.

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    Happy Friday!!!!
    Now how about a “Max Starks flying to SD” update to kick off the weekend!