Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


Jan 6, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA;Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie (78) smiles after beating the Indianapolis Colts 24-9 in the AFC Wild Card playoff game at M

Could we have that big boy on our roster in a few weeks? We need to get that offensive line all set and we should see some movement in the next few weeks with the draft just a couple of weeks away.

Bryant McKinnie on a cheap, short contract? Why not! We should have done the same thing with Jared Gaither.


Chargers reach out to Bryant McKinnie, no deal closeNBCSports.comThe Chargers have a glaring need at left tackle, and it appears they’re making a contingency plan if they can’t draft one. According to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego, the Chargers have reached out to the agent for Ravens free agent Bryant McKinnie, 

Chargers make preliminary inquiry about Bryant McKinnie, source saysBaltimore Sun (blog)The San Diego Chargers made a preliminary inquiry to free agent offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. McKinnie, 33, is an unrestricted free agent who started every game in the playoffs after 

Chargers Mock Draft: Todd McShay is Way OffBolts from the BlueIt’s one thing for me to be an expert on the San Diego Chargers, it’s a whole other thing to be an expert on every draft-eligible player. Not to mention, the people doing the mock drafts have to know enough about NFL teams to figure out their present 

Bryant McKinnie, Chargers reportedly begin talksNFL NewsMcKinnie has expressed a desire to return to Baltimore, but not at a “hometown discount” price. His decision could come down to money. It sounds like neither the Ravens nor the Chargers are ready to meet his asking price just yet. Follow Chris 

2013 NFL mock draft: Terron Armstead to San Diego ChargersSB NationJohn Gennaro: “Since making my first round selection, the Chargershave released starting left tackle Jared Gaither. They’ll need to find a stud to fill his shoes and protect Philip Rivers’ blind-side, and that could certainly be Armstead. “Terron 

Chargers mailbag: Offense begins buildU-T San DiegoSan Diego has a new offense under coach Mike McCoy and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt. As the team installs the building blocks during the ongoing first phase of its workout program, most of the skill position players who will make this roster 

Kiper sees Chargers tackle options narrowingU-T San DiegoTo draft a prize left tackle such as Lane Johnson or Eric Fisher, the Chargers (or Dolphins) may have to trade up to the top 10. The scenario isn’t new but is gaining traction in the mainstream media. Mel Kiper Jr. and his ESPN colleague Chris 

Chargers inquire about LT Bryant McKinnieU-T San DiegoAn athletic, yet-to-be-drafted rookie could be the Chargers‘ left tackle in 2013. Or, perhaps, they’ll go the veteran route. San Diego reached out Wednesday to the representation of Bryant McKinnie, the latest of a “couple general discussions” between 

Path to the Draft: Part 2 – Pro DaysChargers.comJust two weeks away from the start of the NFL Draft the Chargers scouting department enters their final stretch of preparation, part of which includes a crucial element called pro days. We explore this part of the draft preparation in part two of our