Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


Feb 21, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy speaks at a press conference during the 2013 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Good Friday to all of you out there. Is anyone from San Diego rooting for Florida Gulf Coast tonight or are we still a little bitter about that loss?

Ryan Mathews: Norv Turner lost the teamNFL NewsThe San Diego Chargers basically tuned out Norv Turner last year. That’s what led to the 7-9 record, according to running back Ryan Mathews. “I think we were just complacent,” Mathews said on ‘NFL AM.’ “The time that we spent there – we spent a lot of 

San Diego Chargers: Where Do Bolts Stand in the AFC West Now?Bleacher ReportIn the colorful landscape of the AFC West, the four gardens comprised of the San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders are far from finished products considering free agency is still in effect and the draft has yet 

Chargers Off-Season Schedule SetChargers.comThe San Diego Chargers offseason schedule was announced today as they prepare for their first season under new head coach Mike McCoy. It all kicks off on Monday with the beginning “phase one,” which is a two week program limited to strength and 

Look who may affect Chargers‘ draft plansESPN (blog)There is little chance left tackles Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher will be available when theChargers pick. Johnson is considered the third-best left tackle prospect. But he is moving up boards because of his athleticism and because of his performances 

Chat wrap: Could Chargers target WR?ESPN (blog)Robert from Bloomington, In.: The Chargers need as much offensive help as they can get. Could you foresee them going against conventional wisdom and taking Austin or Patterson at 11? Patterson in particular would be an interesting replacement for 

Worst five Chargers free-agent signingsU-T San DiegoTrying to get over a migraine, the Chargers released Jared Gaither on Wednesday a year after signing him to a four-year contract worth $24.5 million. Where does he rank among the five worst free-agent signings in Chargers history? Grab a bottle of 

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Chargers get thinner on defensive lineESPN (blog)The Chargers have seen defensive tackles Aubrayo Franklin (free agency) and Antonio Garay (he was cut) leave the team. The team has hopes for Cam Thomas. But there is a need at the position. The Chargers have a solid starting front three of ends Corey 

Chargers spread Jared Gaither cap hitU-T San DiegoJared Gaither’s release would always cost the Chargers $6 million in dead money against the salary cap. While that hasn’t changed, they team exercised an option that spreads the impact over two years. The left tackle’s Wednesday release came with a 

Prospect Profile: Kenny VaccaroChargers.comIn order to familiarize fans with some of the top names in the 2013 NFL Draft, will be highlighting a different prospect each weekday leading up to the first day of the draft on April 25th. We continue the series with a scouting report of 

Micheal Spurlock could land with CowboysU-T San DiegoWhen they find room, perhaps an ex-Charger could sign. Wide receiver Micheal Spurlock is still weighing interest in free agency, potentially to sign with his fourth team in three years. That movement around the league largely has been stabilized by the 

Agent: DT Vaughn Martin agrees to terms with DolphinsCBS (blog)Martin has spent his entire four-year career with the Chargers. In the past twoseasons, he has started 27 of the 28 games in which he has played. He has accumulated three sacks in his career. While the agreement with Martin likely won’t fire up the