Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


September 16, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive guard Louis Vasquez (65) on the bench during the fourth quarter against the Tennessee Titans at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 38-10. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday was quiet, maybe a little too quiet. It is the eve of free agency and the rumor mill died down. Sunday just aren’t the same right now. Football season is so far away. Tomorrow should be a barn burner though right around lunch time. 1PM pacific time, things will be poppin!

…and dump:

Takeo Spikes: Regime change led to Chargers releaseNFL NewsOpening up about his exit from the San Diego Chargers, veteran linebacker Takeo Spikes told the NFL Network that his release had nothing to do with his ability on the field. “It was nice to know that I did not get cut because I can’t play,” Spikes told 

NFL rumors: ‘Nothing imminent’ between Chargers, Jared GaitherSB NationNew Chargers general manager Tom Telesco hasn’t made up his mind on what he’ll do with Jared Gaither — who would cost the Chargers $6 million in dead money, even if they released him after a troubled first season.  Share on Facebook ·  Tweet post…

Richard Goodman remains with ChargersU-T San DiegoRichard Goodman says he is following the game plan, trusting his blockers with each kickoff return from deep in the Chargers end zone. — Sean M. Haffey.  · ; ✉; – Comments. The Chargers‘ kick returner is coming back. Richard Goodman will remain with 

Chargers‘ needs on O-line press onESPN (blog)Regarding the Chargers‘ most pressing need on the offensive line, San Diego general manager Tom Telesco told U-T San Diego there is nothing imminent going on with the status of left tackle Jared Gaither. I expect the Chargers to address their needs and 

Chargers‘ overhaul doesn’t guarantee end to playoff droughtSportingNews.comFor the first time since 2000, the Chargers roster will be retooled without the input of A.J. Smith. The former general manager, fired after the 2012 season, was the assistant GM for two seasons before taking over personnel decision in 2003. Norv 

BOLTS’ INACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDSU-T San DiegoNow, even though this free agent market is more plentiful at the positions the Chargersneed players, no one should suggest recklessness. Remember what happened last March as the Chargers uncharacteristically (desperately) went out and spent in a free ..

Louis Vasquez situation being closely watchedU-T San DiegoThat several players and agents are monitoring Vasquez’ situation is indicative of theChargers‘ offseason stance. The goal is to retain the right guard, but the plan is to be fluid when rebuilding the offensive line, open to several different