Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Aug 8, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Robert Meachem (12) prior to the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers‘ Robert Meachem’s body reportedly ‘broken down’ (blog)Kevin Acee of the U-T San Diego suggests Meachem’s performance in training camp and the preseason opener has been so underwhelming that the Chargers would be at a competitive disadvantage in keeping him on the roster to justify his guaranteed $5 

Chargers Mathews goes into businessU-T San DiegoChargers running back Ryan Mathews is busy preparing for the 2013 NFL season, but he’s also working on a business venture that he hopes lasts well beyond the year. Mathews, 25, is teaming up with friends to launch the BodyFly, a 24-inch wide, 5-inch 

Safety comes second for Chargers‘ AddaeU-T San DiegoYears later, the Chargers agree. He sure was. Addae changed positions a few games into his 2009 redshirt-freshman season at Central Michigan, moving from a hybrid role as running back/slot receiver over to strong safety. The transition, made under 

AJ Smith laments not using ‘More Cowbell’U-T San Diego a decade, but still as comically barbed as ever. “I should have never stopped making our picks from Mel Kiper’s Big Board,” A.J. Smith said to a question about why the drafts in the middle of his 10-year reign as Chargers General Manager were so 

Tom Telesco taking steps to improve the San Diego Chargers franchise off the fieldBolts from the BlueIt’s been just a few months since Tom Telesco was hired as General Manager of the San Diego Chargers, and he’s already done more to improve the franchise off the field than anyone could’ve expected. Tweet Share 34 Comments. It’s Sunday. There’s not 

Ladarius Green making strides in San DiegoESPN (blog)That is one of the reasons why the Chargers took Ladarius Green in the fourth round last year. Green is a big and athletic player who needed seasoning. He had four catches in four games last season. Yet Green is showing signs of getting closer to