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Chargers block media access to Manti Te’o until minicamp in June
New York Daily News
SAN DIEGO — Manti Te’o isn’t hiding out. He’s just not talking to the media. After being spotted attending a party thrown by the magazine Maxim last week in Hollywood, Te’o was back in San Diego at theChargers second open session of organized team 

How the San Diego Chargers Will Use Dwight Freeney in 2013
Bleacher Report
Replacing the promising Melvin Ingram with veteran pass-rusher Dwight Freeney means the San Diego Chargers will have to be much more diverse in their defensive looks next season. The 33-year-old Freeney, who has played the majority of his career as a 

Chargers‘ Keenan Allen posts video of self wearing Raiders cap
Los Angeles Times
Needless to say, Chargers fans on Twitter were all over the soon-to-be rookie for sporting the logo of an AFC West rival, even if the Raiders were his local team during his years at California. Allen got the message pretty fast. I get it fans!!!! Won’t 

Manti Te’o Not Available To Media, Attended Maxim Party
Huffington Post
After Matt Calkins of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on Sunday that the Chargersdid not make their new linebacker available to reporters at the team’s open session of organized team activities over the weekend, Michael Gehlken of the Union 

Chargers easing back Vincent Brown
U-T San Diego
The Chargers are taking things slow on the practice field with their third-year wide receiver. Sidelined for all of 2012 with a broken left ankle, he’s mostly been limited to mental reps during team drills at organized team activities, sporadically 

 

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