Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Dec 9, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander (84) celebrates a touchdown during the second half against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. The Chargers won the game, 34-24. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports


U-T San Diego
With often the greatest strides an NFL player makes coming between his first and second seasons, the Chargers are counting on the 23-year-old to build on his rookie debut, an expectation that suits Reyes fine. He has never been one to be satisfied on 

San Diego Chargers Who Could Surprise at Training Camp
Bleacher Report
Football is right around the corner and just in time. There is only so much baseball, MLS and Tour de France a person can take. Football needs to be here. NOW! With training camp less than 10 days away, speculation is starting to mount of how the final 

The Rookies: Chargers Rookie D.J. Fluker Hits San Diego Zoo
Bleacher Report
We took offensive tackle D.J. Fluker—the Chargers‘ first-round pick and the 2013 NFL draft’s 11th pick overall—to the San Diego Zoo for a chance to meet some animals who aren’t intimidated by his size. He also made some interesting player comparisons 

Who Gets Paid?: Cam Thomas vs. Danario Alexander
Bolts from the Blue
The previous Chargers regime found out the hard way what happens when you don’t extend players in-season. Those players leave via free agency, and your team pays the price. This was the case with a handful of ex-Chargers, including Vincent Jackson, 

Ultimate Instagramer Contest and Instameet
To add a little incentive, we’ll select some of the most creative submissions to be featured in a gallery on Out of these top photos, we will select one lucky fan to join us on the field to be the Exclusive Instagramer at our pre-game 

Antonio Cromartie has given up his $10000 weekends
When Antonio Cromartie entered the NFL as the Chargers‘ first-round draft pick in 2006, he signed a five-year, $13.5 million contract. And he blew almost all of that. Cromartie said on NFL Network that when he looks back at the way he spent in his