Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around The Web

By Ernie Padaon

Oct 6, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) tries to escape San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Donald Butler (56) during the fourth quarter at Coliseum. The Oakland Raiders defeated the San Diego Chargers 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Colts-Chargers CapsuleWashington PostSTREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Colts coach Chuck Pagano is older brother ofChargers defensive coordinator John Pagano. John Pagano spent 1998-01 seasons in Indianapolis as defensive assistant. … Chargers rookie GM Tom Telesco came to the ..

Chargers oldsters stay off roller coasterU-T San DiegoFive games into the season, some Chargers fans are already talking about next year’s draft and the talent upgrades Tom Telesco needs to make. The media slobs, meantime, are calling it a rebuilding year, and if not enough tickets are sold for San Diego 

Matchup: Colts at ChargersSportingNews.comAntonio Gates, TE, Chargers. Gates has at least 10 targets in three games this season, and he continues to be the reliable safety valve for Philip Rivers. Gates has been particularly effective on first down (15.6 yards per catch), but he has just five 

Rivers kicking Chargers into high gearThe Herald BulletinAt 31, playing under the third different head coach in his 10-year NFL career, the San Diego Chargers quarterback has been reborn. Running an up-tempo, no huddle scheme that new coach Mike McCoy brought over from the Denver Broncos and has 

Chargers blackout ‘very likely’ MondayU-T San DiegoThe good news is the number of unsold tickets for the next Chargers home game is down to four digits. The bad news is that number, it seems, won’t help the team escape a rare Monday Night Football blackout. On Thursday, a team source called a local 

Te’o, Rivers, and other Chargers talk concussionsU-T San DiegoUsually, when anything major involving the NFL takes place, Twitter becomes a bustling canvas for the league’s players to project their reactions. But after PBS aired its riveting documentary “League of Denial,” a near two-hour piece detailing both the