Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

December 30, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers free safety Eric Weddle (32) and strong safety Corey Lynch (41) break up a pass intended for Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece (45) during the third quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Is this Philip Rivers’ last chance? USA TODAY (blog) SAN DIEGO — It wasn’t long ago that Philip Rivers was known for leading the San Diego Chargers to AFC West titles, and his name was routinely mentioned among the upper echelon of NFL quarterbacks. But lately, Rivers has been known more for

Chargers rookie DJ Fluker plugs away U-T San Diego Security guards patrol every Chargers practice from a Murphy Canyon hilltop that overlooks the field, ensuring each session’s privacy. Only the loudest practice sounds are heard up there. The occasional horn. The sporadic whistle. And, the past few

True or False: Chargers Pro Bowlers & Rookie Standouts Chargers.com Ricky Henne: True – I’m quite confident the Chargers will send at least two defenders to Hawaii this year. The first name that comes to mind is Eric Weddle . I think it was a travesty that he was left off the squad last year. If the team finished with

Ex-blocker doubts DJ Fluker at right tackle U-T San Diego At Chargers Park on May 13, I saw Fluker discover how sneaky and fast NFL edge rushers can be. His potential at guard is intriguing, as noted predraft. My view remains that Fluker, 22, needs to be given a chance to play right tackle, where he started

Mike McCoy doesn’t share John Fox’s angst U-T San Diego In his brief Chargers tenure, McCoy several times has said decisions are “made as an organization.” Continuing his response, he trotted out that phrase. “I’m not looking back at all. We called it. Hey, we called it as an organization and we’re moving

Philips Rivers says his best football is ahead of him U-T San Diego As good as he once was, Philip Rivers says the best is yet to come. “I think my best football is ahead of me, I really do,” Rivers said, via USA Today. “That’s being optimistic, because we’ve had a lot of really good years. I am probably on the second

Mike McCoy moves on from Denver loss ESPN (blog) New San Diego Chargers head coach and former Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said he has come to terms with a crucial third-down call made late in an eventual loss to Baltimore in the AFC divisional playoffs. Recently, Broncos head

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  • http://www.signonsandiego.com/ Ambitoos

    Is this Philip Rivers last chance.
    That’s ridiculous. He signed a 6 year contract for 92 million in 2009. He’s still a good QB even with his down years. He just needs to make better decisions before he throws the ball. The new fast play system should help his game.

  • http://www.signonsandiego.com/ Ambitoos

    Ex blocker says Flukers feet are to big to be successful.
    Big feet sure didn’t bother Shaqs game.

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