Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


October 15, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers linebacker Donald Butler (56) during player introductions prior to the game against the Denver Broncos at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The boys were back in the saddle yesterday, getting their first chance to work with the new coaching staff and also getting to the overhauled facility. The boys are back and working and that feels great.

Chargers disagree with Mathews’ “complacent” commentNBCSports.comIt was one thing for Chargers running back Ryan Mathews to talk about his own problems last week on NFL Network, attributing his injuries to bad luck and too much contact. But when he spoke on larger team issues, and said they were “just complacent 

Chargers not complacent with Mathews’ remarksU-T San DiegoMathews recently appeared in-studio on the NFL Network and said the Chargersbecame “complacent” last year under former coach Norv Turner, that they entered games allowing themselves to believe victory was “owed” to them. The first workout of the 

What Telesco and McCoy Must Do to Rebuild the ChargersBleacher ReportThere is a wide variety of opinions and expectations regarding the San Diego Chargers in 2013. Some fans are expecting (and accepting) a season of rebuilding. Ex-general manager A.J. Smith’s last-gasp gamble to sign other team’s free agents after years 

QB moves may hurt Chargers draft optionsU-T San DiegoIf teams above them in the draft select quarterbacks, the Chargers will have more talent from which to choose at No. 11. Problem: Of late, said teams are acting like they’re not impressed by the draft-eligible QBs. Both the Raiders and Bills, who each 

BTB’s 2012 Community Mock And Prospect Profile: Chargers Tackle Their NeedsBlogging The Boys (blog)Why the pick: In the last few years the San Diego Chargers have gone from contender to average. The San Diego Chargers were once one of the elite teams in the AFC and were constant contenders/Super Bowl favorites. They once boasted a backfield of 

Chargers trade Eric Weddle, and other April Fools’ Day pranksU-T San DiegoChargers Eric Weddle runs out of the tunnel before the Bengals game on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. — K.C. Alfred.  · ; ✉; – Comments. April Fools’ Day without Twitter is like a comedian without a microphone. That was as true in San Diego as it was 

For Hardwick, New Regime Elicits “Unlimited Possibilities”Chargers.comThe coaching staff isn’t the only new entity Hardwick found when the entire team reconvened at Chargers Park Monday morning. He also came away intrigued by the changes made to the team’s weight room and practice fields. “They have re-organized the 

Donald Butler Says He’s “All In”Chargers.comNow, He is looking forward to going out on the field, competing and showing his new head coach that he has what it takes to lead the Chargers defense. “All of our veteran guys are pretty much gone,” he said. “Some of those guys that I looked up to 

Chargers Launch New High-Tech Ticketing SystemNBC 7 San recently launched “Virtual Venue” – an online ticket platform that allows the user to see views from various seats inside the stadium. “You can pick and choose seats and you determine what’s best available not the system,” Poulsen said.

McCoy: “We’re Going to Work Extremely Hard, and It’s Going to Start Today”Chargers.comHead Coach Mike McCoy had his first opportunity to address his new team as the San Diego Chargers began phase one of their off-season program. New Head Coach Mike McCoy has been eagerly anticipating the start of off-season workouts from the