Aug 7, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown (86) warms-up before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
How long should the San Diego Chargers wait for Vincent Brown? Brown has been sitting on the sideline for almost all of training camp with an injury. This had been a problem with Brown in his first couple of seasons in the league and the nagging injury is creeping on up again this training camp.
When should the Chargers just move on?
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With Dontrelle Inaman taking a spot on the roster with his work this offseason, Brown is dropping down the depth chart. The team has a few injury prone players on this part of the roster already. Is there room for another one deep on the bench?
There are likely 1 to 2 roster spots left for a receiver. One could be saved for Seyi Ajirotutu and his abilities on special teams. Brown could take the other or rookie Javontee Herndon could snake that last spot.
Brown needs to get on the field immediately. If he is unable to get out there, he needs to be released. The team should not wait for him. We saw what he can do last season and it did not impress. He has not shown us anything this season in the preseason or even on the practice field. There are other players that deserve a chance and he is