Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

May 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers tackle D.j. Fluker (76) stretches during Chargers rookie minicamp at Chargers park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

U-T San Diego
The San Diego Chargers are an economic driver to this region, but some potential for the offseason is left on the sidelines because Qualcomm Stadium can’t attract big-time events, said Ken Derrett, the team’s chief marketing officer, on Tuesday. “We 

Charger Girls: A look back at the 2012 squad
There was a grueling audition process that began with 450 girls performing a preliminary dance routine in front of a panel of Chargers executives. “These women come in through those doors in the morning and I’m trying to get a feel for who has showed 

Here’s why the Chargers should switch to a 4-3 defense
Bolts from the Blue
From the day the San Diego Chargers signed Dwight Freeney and Tom Telesco announced that the team would put the Defensive End in a position do what he does best, fans have pondered the thought of installing the 4-3 Defense. In this two part series, I 

Former NFL team doctor can perform surgeries, state says
An investigator for the California state medical board has determined that former San Diego Chargers team doctor David Chao can continue performing surgeries at his own surgery center despite losing his right to do so at two local hospitals, according 

San Diego Chargers: Most underrated/overrated players of all-time
did he just say that the man who changed the position and is sure to be a first ballot HOF is overrated? I understand that he’s not the man he used to be, but he’s not overrated. This segment isn’t for the most overrated fantasy player of 2012. It’s 

BLOG: Fluker “One of the best feelings ever”
Growing up, D.J. Fluker had a weary relationship with the word “home”. Raised in New Orleans, Fluker had slept in cars and escaped from the Big Easy as Katrina was barreling down on the city, leaving everything behind. Later, during his time at Alabama