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Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


Chargers Doc Quit After 2 Hospitals Barred Him From Performing Surgery
Deadspin
David Chao, the longtime Chargers head team physician who stepped down last week amid all sorts of lawsuits and allegations, cited “health problems” for his resignation. The reality is a little more more serious. According to hospital records obtained 

Chargers | Malcom Floyd to will be running different routes
KFFL
San Diego Chargers WR Malcom Floyd said he has been running different routes under head coach Mike McCoy because the team wants QB Philip Rivers to get the ball out quicker. “I’m running different routes,” Floyd said. “These coaches are really working 

2013 NFL season predictions: San Diego Chargers
Examiner.com
As the summer goes on, we will run through every NFL team’s 2013 schedule and predict how each team’s record will look at the conclusion of the season. Today, we look at the San Diego Chargers.

Former San Diego Chargers Doctor Banned From Hospitals
FanSided
Sep 1, 2011, San Diego, CA; San Diego Chargers defensive end Damik Scafe (75) is taken off the field after an injury during the preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers at Qualcomm Stadium. The 49ers beat the Chargers, 20-17. Mandatory Credit: 

Chao agreed to let Scripps privileges lapse
U-T San Diego
On Thursday former Chargers doctor David Chao confirmed in an email that he agreed to let his operating privileges lapse at two Scripps hospitals after administration agreed to drop an investigation that accused him of failing to comply with several 

 

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  • Derek

    good pic of the 2 2nd round pics. mouton needs to step up as a bigger contributer, I hope he does this yr

  • danishbolt

    0-8 in the road?

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

      That article was beyond ridiculous. Or, in the immortal words of Marion Morrison… Rigga-damn-diculous.

  • Bill Nichols

    That idiot at the examiner.com needs his head examined. Smoking too much crack in Mo-town I guess. Or is it all of the carbon monoxide in his UN-ventilated head? Silly fool…. Bolt Up baby!! 11-5 is my prediction…….

  • mv

    The article on the seven wrestlers who ‘KILLED/MURDERED” people is very misleading, most being the result of wrestling matches where both contestants know the consequences of being involved in this activity. Insanity appears to be the problem in a few others. The first situation noted, was probably actually manslaughter. In order to have a MURDER – you have to have premeditation.