Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Jul 25, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Danario Alexander (84) stretches prior to training camp at Chargers Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers‘ Danario Alexander out for year with torn ACLUSA TODAYSAN DIEGO (AP) — Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in practice Tuesday and will be lost for the season. Alexander, who has a history of knee injuries, was acquired midway through last season 

Chargers WR Alexander tears ACLFox NewsSan Diego, CA – The San Diego Chargers have lost another player to a season-ending knee injury, with wide receiver Danario Alexander sustaining a torn right ACL during Tuesday’s training camp practice session. Alexander is coming off a strong 2012 

Alexander tears ACL, out for yearFOXSports.comAlexander is the third Chargers player to tear his ACL in the past three months, joining linebackers Melvin Ingram and Jonas Mouton. The receivers remaining on San Diego’s roster are Malcom Floyd, Vincent Brown, Eddie Royal, Robert Meachem and rookie 

Chargers Close Practice to All But MilitaryChargers.comOver 100 marines and naval officers got the opportunity to watch a closed practice and experience a chalk talk with former Chargers Pro Bowl linebacker Donnie Edwards. After the final whistle blew, virtually the entire Chargers squad made their way to 

Another injury to promising Chargers‘ WRESPN (blog)A serious injury was the Chargers‘ greatest worry about Alexander. He turns 25 Wednesday, but this is his sixth major knee injury dating back to his college days. Injury concerns were the reason why the Chargers didn’t give Alexander a long-term deal 

San Diego Chargers Wide Receiver Robert Meachem Admits He ‘Sucked’ in 2012NESN.comMeachem, who signed a four-year, $26 million contract with the Chargers last offseason, caught just 14 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns in his first season in San Diego. The underwhelming season marked the worst of Meachem’s six-year NFL 

No room for Chargers baggageU-T San DiegoVincent de la Montaigne, NFL security. The San Diego Chargers and NFL announced new fan security measures that will only allow certain kinds of bags in to the stadium including a special plastic bag with the team logo on it. — John Gibbins.