Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Dec 16, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd (80) gets oxygen on the sideline during the second quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers like DJ Fluker at RT
ESPN (blog)
The Chargers did rotate their offensive line some Wednesday in minicamp to prepare for injury situations that may pop up in the season. It’s a good idea. San Diego has been ravaged by injuries on the offensive line in recent seasons. This year, the ..

Chargers practice report: Floyd thrilled
U-T San Diego
San Diego Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd takes a ride on the Giant Dipper with Selena Suiter in Mission Beach as the team went throughout the county making surprise visits with fans. — K.C. Alfred.  · ; ✉; – Comments. Quick hits from Wednesday’s 

Chargers mix, match on O-line
U-T San Diego
The team rearranged some of the veterans on its top two units during the second day of minicamp. The mix saw King Dunlap move from first-string left tackle to right tackle, elevating second-team left tackle Max Starks to the first-team group. Dunlap’s 

Chargers | Antonio Gates looks quick and fit
KFFL
San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates, who turns 33 next week, has looked quick and fit in workouts this offseason. He’s been using his height advantage against defenders in non-pads work. Fantasy Tip: The tight-end class looks volatile this year, and 

San Diego Chargers Rumors: Manti Te’o Impressing Mike McCoy in Minicamp 
Sports World Report
Manti Te’o is off to a hot start with the San DiegoChargers. For someone who’s NFL future was constantly put into question for months, the rookie linebackers is doing nothing but impressing so far as a professional. The Chargers are seeing a world of ..

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  • Cgoodness13

    Ya I read that article on the oline, norv never prepared his line for injuries. He randomly plugged in someone when a injury happend.

  • joerockt

    Man, I am loving McCoy more and more. Having all the O line practice different positions not only prepares them for that position, but give them a better understanding of the offense as a whole. Brilliant.

    The devil is in the details, and McCoy is the Prince of Darkness himself.

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