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May 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Keenan Allen (13) stretches during Chargers rookie minicamp at Chargers park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers still like their WR depthESPN (blog)SAN DIEGO — There is no doubt the San Diego Chargers were delivered a rough blow Tuesday when starting receiver Danario Alexander suffered a torn right ACL injury, putting him out for the season. However, the injury is not forcing the team to do 

Chargers‘ offensive line to get early testESPN (blog)However, that’s not how King Dunlap feels. The Chargers‘ starting left tackle — he is holding off Max Starks for the job — wants to get on the field and see how he and his fellow starters do in what is a transitional year for the Chargers‘ offensive 

Previewing Chargers vs. SeahawksESPN (blog)Here are three keys for the San Diego Chargers focus on in Thursday’s preseason opener against visiting Seattle. Kickoff is set for 10 p.m. Thursday: Philip Rivers: This will be Rivers’ debut under the guidance of Mike McCoy and Ken Whisenhunt. The 

Injuries — Chargers‘ Danario Alexander out for season with torn ACLSportingNews.comThe Chargers‘ Danario Alexander tore his right ACL in practice Tuesday and will miss the entire 2013 season. That Alexander suffered yet another knee injury isn’t surprising — in fact, it’s the exact reason he was on our All-Bust Team — but it was 

Chargers linemen unbuckle for SeahawksU-T San DiegoChargers left tackle King Dunlap is here because he listened to his father. He insisted that his 6-foot-9 son, then a high school junior and defensive lineman, wear a knee brace to protect himself from serious injury. Dunlap obeyed with a brace around 

Chargers GM Telesco shares his thoughtsESPN (blog)Chargers GM Telesco shares his thoughts. August, 7, 2013. Aug 7. 3:30. PM ET. By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com. Recommend0 · Tweet0 · Comments0 · Email · Print. SAN DIEGO – I had a chance to catch up with first-year San Diego general manager Tom 

A quick look at the ChargersThe Seattle Times (blog)The Chargers, recall, finished last year at 7-9 and fired Norv Turner and started over with rookie coach Mike McCoy, who made his name as the offensive coordinator with the Denver Broncos. The Chargers, though, were competitive with just about everyone 

For Chargers, is difference in the details?U-T San DiegoFor the Chargers‘ new head coach, the devil (and the Lombardi Trophy) is in the details. “The more you can prepare people, the better you’re going to be,” McCoy said. “When everyone understands what to do, how to do it, you’ve got a better chance to be 

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