“Very Good Chance” Melvin Ingram Plays This Season

November 1, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Peyton Hillis (40) is stopped for a loss by San Diego Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram (54) during the third quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 31-13. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Mike McCoy actually revealed a little something to the media today by saying that Melvin Ingram will likely get onto the football field this season:

Not just a chance. A VERY GOOD CHANCE.

Love the work that Melvin Ingram did in order to get ready for the season. I love that work ethic and love that he is doing everything he can to get back out there. This season might be lost, but it does show the effort that he will be putting in for the future.

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • tubbs45

    Wish it was this weekend! Man we need that BEAST pass rush!

  • Blue&gold_blood

    I say if we make a playoff push , activate him. If we out , don’t bother . Jus save him for next year lol

  • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

    MM finally told us something, that’s awesome all by itself.

  • Bolthead17

    @Blue, To make the playoffs we need to finish 5-1 to guarantee it. Not impossible to get in if we finish 4-2 but it will require help from other teams

    • Blue&gold_blood

      I know , just keeping my hopes up. If we can sneak into the playoffs . We can do some damage. I just can’t take the Jets, titans , and most of the other teams in the hunt serious !!!

  • FitzWilly

    Melvin Rox
    can’t wait for his return

  • Bill Nichols

    God please do not let him play and re-injure that damn ACL. If we are done this year, no need to push our luck for next so soon. You watch. Next year we are going to beat everyone’s ass. Same team, but healthy, we have mad talent. We just also have, mad shitty luck, with injuries this year. I’m telling you. If we had them all. Everyone that went down hard this year, we would be the damn Super Chargers, again. Bolt Up!!

    • Dave

      These crazy injuries happen every year to the Chargers no matter what the coach. Every year! They will never stop. Ingram should just continue to rehab for next year and dammit, wear a brace like the rest of them should. It’s not like they’re fast anyway. Also, I’m sure Pagano will find a way to line Ingram up in the same spot every time without fail. That way, he can be nullified and handled by a bigger, stronger tackle every time like last year.

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