Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


I found a pic of our boy Fozzy!!! Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

I found a pic of our boy Fozzy!!! I didn’t even think of looking yesterday, but did it this morning and had one in our library! Day 2 in free agency today. Maybe we can get a Derek Cox to sign and an Eric Winston! That would be a much better day around these parts. We can put away the pitchforks for a sec.

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Chargers sign John PhillipsNBCSports.comOne thing that we missed during the initial flurry of activity on the free agent market was the move of former Cowboys tight end John Phillips to theChargers. Phillips agreed to a three-year deal with the team, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, and 

King Dunlap bolts to ChargersNBCSports.comThe Chargers plan to shop for bargains in free agency. But that doesn’t mean they’ll drag their feet. According to multiple reports, the Chargershave agreed to terms with former Eagles tackle King Dunlap. Per Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego, it’s a 

Chargers lose RG Vasquez to Broncos; agree with OL Dunlap, TE PhillipsFox NewsSAN DIEGO – The San Diego Chargers agreed to terms with tight end John Phillips and tackle King Dunlap on the opening day of free agency while losing right guard Louis Vasquez to the AFC West rival Denver Broncos. The Chargers also claimed running ..

Jerraud Powers “100 percent” committed toChargers visitNBCSports.comPer Michael Gelhken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Powers is still “100 percent” committed to the visit. There is familiarity with the Chargersorganization as well as new Chargers general manager Tom Telesco had been the director of player personnel 

Jerraud Powers scheduled to visit Cardinals andChargersNBCSports.comWe’ve been aware of the Chargers‘ interest in cornerback Jerraud Powers, but their General Manager Tom Telesco isn’t the only Colts alum with Powers on his radar screen. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was the head man in Indy for most of the 2012 season ..

Chargers lose RG Louis VasquezESPNNew general manager Tom Telesco said the Chargers had prepared for the possibility of Vasquez leaving as an unrestricted free agent. “There was not a whole lot of feedback coming from their side. We told them we definitely wanted him back, but we didn 

Chargers release tight end Randy McMichaelFox NewsSAN DIEGO – The San Diego Chargers have released tight end Randy McMichael on Tuesday. Hours before free agency began, the 11-year veteran was cut. He spent the last three seasons with the Chargers, appearing in all 48 games with 35 starts.

Louis Vasquez, ex-Chargers guard, agrees to 4-year deal with BroncosDenver PostThe Broncos lured the former Chargers starter to Denver with a four-year, $23.5 million contract that includes $13 million worth of guaranteed money split over the first two years. The two sides were putting the final details on paper Tuesday night 

Chargers add to O-lineESPN (blog)This very likely doesn’t mean the Chargers are done looking for a starting left tackle. That is currently the spot where the team is expected to use the No. 11 pick. In other AFC West news: It has been reported the Raiders are interested in Jets’ guard 

NFL Free Agency: San Diego Chargers TrackerBleacher ReportIt’s been a reasonably slow and upsetting day for the San Diego Chargers. Tom Telsco continues to revamp the roster in his obvious goal of starting a “youth movement.” For all the latest Chargers free-agency news, check back here throughout the next