Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Jul 25, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers linebacker Donald Butler (56) and linebacker Manti Te

Chargers LB Jonas Mouton suffers torn ACL
The Chargers have placed Ingram on the active-physically unable to perform list for the start of training camp. He cannot practice, and the team will have to decide at the end of August whether to place him on the reserve-PUP list or on season-ending 

Chargers camp observations: Ryan Mathews poised for big things
At least that’s what the Chargers‘ running back says, and, yeah, I know, if anything the squeeze should be on a guy who was taken with the 12th overall pick of the 2010 draft but who turned into, as he put it, “an average back.” Yet it isn’t because ..

Chargers‘ Te’o accepts life as a rookie
Mail Tribune
“I love you Eric,” Te’o shot back, perhaps relieved that his once-weekly media session was over, although he has handled himself well in front of microphones since theChargers moved up in the second round of April’s draft to select the Heisman Trophy 

Chargers‘ Mathews looks for fresh start, more fun
SAN DIEGO — There have been injuries and fumbles, not to mention the high expectations of following a running back with Hall of Fame credentials. The first three years of Ryan Mathews’ NFL career haven’t gone the way he or San Diego Chargersfans 

Chargers tracking Bob Filner situation
U-T San Diego
The sexual harassment scandal that has embroiled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner and stirred the city’s political arena has caught the attention of the Chargers. They hope a resolution is in sight. For San Diego’s stadium project to be successful, they say 

Watch Chargers games online this season and the National Football League are once again giving fans the opportunity to follow every minute of NFL football and scout the team like a pro this season with a full suite of enhanced services. Each product allows fans to view games on 

Chargers tackle skin cancer with free clinic
chargers SAN DIEGO — Fans attending Saturday’s San Diego Chargers practice can receive a free skin cancer screening from licensed dermatologists and other health care professionals. The screenings will be conducted from 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at