Jul 26, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Keenan Allen (13) runs after a reception during training camp at Chargers Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Chargers to get a big dose of Boomer
ESPN (blog)
Berman will be the play-by-play announcer and former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer will be the analyst when the Chargers host Houston in the bottom half of a Week 1 “Monday Night Football” doubleheader Sept. 9 on ESPN. The pair called the San 

Fragile Chargers need help at receiver
ESPN (blog)
Last week, when starting San Diego receiver Danario Alexander was lost for the season with a torn ACL in his knee, both general manager Tom Telesco and coach Mike McCoy said the Chargers had enough depth at the position not to worry about finding a 

Chargers‘ Malcom Floyd on knee: ‘I dodged a bullet’
The Chargers feared Floyd had suffered a season-ending knee injury after he crumpled to the turf during practice Monday. It would have been a calamitous setback for the Chargers, who still are dealing with the fallout of Danario Alexander’s torn ACL a 

Chargers Host Troops from MCAS Miramar
The San Diego Chargers have a long standing relationship with the city’s military. They continued that support on Tuesday by bussing in a few hundred troops from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar to watch practice and meet the team. Not only that, the 

Cutler hopes to game plan against Chargers
ESPN (blog)
BOURBONNAIS, Ill. — Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman has a simple goal for the offense heading into the second preseason contest Thursday against the San Diego Chargers. “You always want to see points,” Trestman said. “That would be No. 1.

PFT Live: Chargers talk with Kevin Acee, PFT Planet calls and tweets
The Chargers suffered another injury in their receiving corps on Monday when wide receiver Malcolm Floyd went down with a knee injury that will reportedly keep him out through at least the first week of the regular season. Kevin Acee of UT San Diego 

Keenan Allen injury: Chargers WR leaves practice for knee treatment
SB Nation
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen suffered a knee injury during practice on Tuesday, and had to be sent to the athletic trainer’s room, according to Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union Tribune. It’s unclear if this is specifically related 

Malcom Floyd to get 2nd opinion
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd told ESPN’s Shelley Smith on Tuesday afternoon that he has a strained knee, no tears, and he hopes to be ready for the season opener. “I thought I did something really bad to it,” Floyd said. “But it’s just 

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  • Rigo C Garcia

    Keenan Allen knee injury!!! What’s going on with all the knee injuries we’re going to end up with zero WR before regular season. Smh

  • Cgoodness13

    Someone already posted this before…but stop putting shareece up against our starters lol

  • Bill Nichols

    Okay, everyone, don’t even think AC_………. Gotta have some faith, it worked with Malcolm, we need another push of positive energy. Or, about 53 knee braces. Make them wear them 24/7.

  • Joel

    Firstly the offense didn’t get “completely mauled” there were some bad plays, but there were also good plays… For example watching Matthews run behind fluker. The two nice gains to the TE’s. rivers got frustrated because of the mistakes and sacks, but Starks may have just proven that he is 2nd stream to Dunlap. So things get sorted out, chargers WR”s step up ect…
    So sacks happen in the nfl, it doesn’t mean the sky is falling! Except for when its chargers anyway…according to the bobble heads.
    The chargers biggest concern is WR offensively right now so they are sorting that out, then of course the qb protection