Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web


May 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy talks with members of the media during a press conference following Chargers rookie minicamp at Chargers park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego Chargers – TeamReport – GlobalPost
Rookies D.J.Fluker, Steve Williams and Keenan Allen were there — for real. But few took much notice of those highly touted rookies at San Diego Chargersrookie camp. All eyes for most of the day were glued to the rookie wearing No. 50 — Manti Te’o

Telesco steering Chargers in right direction
ESPN (blog)
It was well known that the Chargerswere focused on removing Smith and head coach Norv Turner. Longtime personnel man Jimmy Raye was widely considered as a slam-dunk to be promoted. The Chargers were fine with the front office as a whole.

D.J. Fluker last unsigned Chargers draft pick
U-T San Diego
He is expected to work with the first-team unit Monday when the Chargers veterans and rookies share a practice field for the first time in organized team activities. A money amount isn’t the holdup on Fluker’s four-deal, which carries an option for a 

Steve Williams: Chargers ink fifth-round CB Steve Williams
Chargers agreed to terms with fifth-round CB Steve Williams on a four-year contract. Williams started every game the last two seasons for Cal, but he was a surprising early draft entrant following his junior season. He’s not an imposing corner, but 

Manti Te’o focused on tasks with Chargers
Gant Daily
San Diego, CA, United States (4E Sports) – Manti Te’o is eliminating all distractions to focus on his NFL career as San Diego Chargers linebacker. Te’o signed a four-year deal with the Chargers on Thursday. He played at inside linebacker during the 

Chargers Sign 2013 NFL Draft Picks
Bolts from the Blue
Fluker is participating at the Chargers‘ Rookie Mini Camp this week and, with the rookie wage scale, nobody expects him to miss any practice time due to contract negotiations. As mentioned during this week’s episode of Gennaro-ly Speaking, Steve 

Keenan Allen, Steve Williams Together Again –Chargers
The two friends and former Cal teammates were drafted back to back by the Chargers and couldn’t be happier to be reunited in San Diego. “I was excited when I saw he was drafted, more excited than I was when I was drafted to be honest, knowing that I 

Geathers, Jerideau Getting Opportunity to Impress –Chargers
Undrafted free agent defensive tackles Kwame Geathers and Byron Jerideau figure to get a long look from Chargers brass. Kwame Geathers and Byron Jerideau watched as 254 players were selected in the NFL Draft. Projected to be one of them, neither of 

U-T San Diego
When the Chargers hired him, McCoy said that he would find out what Philip Rivers and teammates could do before he decided whether, say, the no-huddle offense, or a quick-passing game, would be a fit. “It goes back to what your players do best,” he said.