Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Nov 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead (39) is tackled by Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan (59) after a short run during the second half at Qualcomm Stadium. The Broncos won 28-20. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers tackle Dunlap relieved latest injury is strained neck, not another 
Washington Post
The Chargers announced during Sunday’s loss to Denver that Dunlap had a concussion. On Monday, coach Mike McCoy said the team erred on the side of caution after Dunlap showed “some symptoms.” Dunlap was seen by doctors Monday and the strained 

Chargers-Dolphins Preview
Yahoo Sports
Tied with the Dolphins on the outside of the AFC playoff race, the San Diego Chargers also hope to get right Sunday when they seek their first win in Miami in almost 32 years. Playing for the first time since allegations of bullying between starting 

Chargers leadership won’t let them give up
U-T San Diego
I bring this up to put an end to what seemed to be one of the topics around town this week – some postgame quotes from various players that were misinterpreted as theChargers counting Sunday’s 28-20 loss to the Denver Broncos as a moral victory. And I 

Chargers‘ King OK after ‘scary situation’
U-T San Diego
The Chargers left tackle missed the first practice of the week, but the relief is he’s expected to play again this season. There was some uncertainty after Dunlap missed the second half of Sunday’s game against the Broncos with a neck injury, and the 

 

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  • bk

    I read the article that addresses leadership on the Chargers team. I believe that it is a very, very important issue. I don’t doubt the writer’s biographical sketch on Philip River’s intensity and attention to detail as a young athlete. However, leadership on a team requires more than acumen and attention to detail. Leadership is something far more infectious when it comes to fiery spirit and ferocity on every play……I Am NOT SEEING IT FROM ANYONE ON A CONSISTENT BASIS. I believe that it is missing. It may be the very thing that is keeping us looking like an average team when it comes to win-losses. I believe that we are better than 4 and 5, but what is needed is a real DYNAMITE SPARK PLUG on the field in practice and games. The no-huddle offense may in fact negate that infectious interpersonal contact…..In any event, it is leadership and team spirit that makes the difference in crunch time and red zone challenges. True, the plays being called for are critical, but it is infectious leadership that brings the team to the next level. Why? Because it is contagious and catches on. We are not there yet, but we can be. Someone has to step up…..I am not talking about pointing the finger at other players when they goof up. Any dumb head can do that. We need those who don’t point at, but who point the way with firey eyes and a infectious-contagious spirit, especially when the way gets hard. May someone step forth so we can step higher! Go Bolts!!!!!!!

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