Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Jul 26, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Vincent Brown (86) runs after a reception during training camp at Chargers Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers sign USC safety Burnett, waive QB Hermann from Division III RPI
Washington Post
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers have signed rookie free-agent safety Tony Burnett of Southern California and waived rookie quarterback Mark Hermann. TheChargers also waived-injured cornerback Kenny Okoro. If Okoro clears waivers, he will be 

Chargers sign S Burnett, waive QB Hermann
Sacramento Bee
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers have signed rookie free-agent safety Tony Burnett of Southern California and waived rookie quarterback Mark Hermann. TheChargers also waived-injured cornerback Kenny Okoro. If Okoro clears waivers, he will be 

Making the Leap: San Diego Chargers defensive ends
NFL.com
Most of the Chargers‘ depth chart doesn’t exactly leap off the page. On a team full of question marks, the Chargers‘ young defensive ends stand apart. Corey Liuget and Kendall Reyes have a chance to be special. New Chargers coach Mike McCoy’s first 

Chargers training camp 2013: 3 questions for the defense
Sports Out West
For all the questions surrounding Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers‘ offense this training camp, the defense may have the most to prove. The team has lost several veterans and is going through a youth movement. There would appear to be a lot of 

Chargers sign safety Tony Burnett
U-T San Diego
The team signed the former Southern California safety to a three-year contract Tuesday after he participated in the team’s May rookie minicamp on a tryout basis. In a corresponding move, the Chargers waived Mike Hermann, leaving Philip Rivers, Charlie 

25 Most Important Chargers Players: #25 Keenan Allen
Bolts from the Blue
We decided it would be a good/fun idea to break down the 25 most important players on the roster for the San Diego Chargers this season, so that you know which players to freak out over if they end up getting injured before the first game. We’ll break 

Manti Te’o getting wiser to NFL ways
U-T San Diego
Take two recent plays at Chargers Park, where he is five practices into training camp. When Te’o stormed the backfield as Mathews took a handoff — diagonally to the linebacker’s left — Te’o had him in his sights, until Mathews cut back and zoomed by him.

What We’ve Learned From Chargers Camp So Far
Chargers.com
But as he told Chargers.com, he’s looking forward to a rebound year and part of the reason he’s confident heading into 2013 is reteaming with McCoy, his former offensive coordinator in Denver: “It’s good to be back with him. Some of the words that I 

AJ Smith and Jonas Mouton, a look back
U-T San Diego
With Stephen Cooper and Brandon Siler nearing the end, the Chargers signed Takeo Spikes to a three-year contract before camp opened. The better available prospect than Mouton inside, as it turned out, was LSU’s Kelvin Sheppard, taken seven spots later.

Danny Woodhead tough to find, cover
U-T San Diego
“To me, I think at times I use it to my advantage,” said Woodhead, the multi-purpose running back who signed with the Chargers over the winter. “You can hide behind those big guys up front. I don’t always think about it while I’m doing it, but when the 

 

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  • Stefanie Smith

    Say what you want about our Chargers, but at least our rookies aren’t fighting with the vets. I just read Kenny Vaccaro, rookie for the Saints, had a knock down with Jimmy Graham and Pierre Thomas. If T’eo got out of line, I think Weddle could let loose a big can of whoop ass. I don’t know who could take on Fluker if he got too pumped up about himself.

    • arnie

      That’s why it’s so important to evaluate a players personality, than just his stats. I think TT has done a great job of that.

  • arnie

    “…The Chargers’ defense will go as these two potential stars go. If Liuget and Reyes live up to their potential, San Diego will be very difficult to handle.” NfL.com

    Momentum. the pundits are changing there tune..

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