Posts Tagged ‘san diego’

Gridiron Gab Week One Preview: San Diego at Oakland

The final matchup of a wild week one takes place in the Black Hole of Oakland, as the Raiders play host to the Chargers and head coach Norv Turner. After finishing with identical records in 2011, these AFC West rivals will begin this season Monday night where last year’s ended – in Oakland. Mark Davis […]

AP All-Pro Team Headlined by Lions WR Johnson and Vikings DE Allen

Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson and Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen fell one vote short of being unanimous choices for the 2011 Associated Press All-Pro Team. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers received 47 1/2 of the 50 votes for the quarterback spot, with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees receiving the other 2 1/2 votes. […]

San Diego Places TE Antonio Gates on the Physically-Unable-to-Perform List

The Chargers have placed tight end Antonio Gates on the physically-unable-to-perform list, which allows him to do rehab work and take part in team meetings but not practice. Gates has plantar fasciitis in his right foot and has done sprints and agility works on a side field since training camp opened Thursday. Gates missed six […]

Offseason Overview: Broncos Look to Regain Playoff Form

Franchise Player: None. TRANSITION PLAYER: None. UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS • TE Stephen Alexander is very unlikely to be back, he will probably retire. RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: None. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS FREE AGENTS: None. PLAYERS ACQUIRED • LB Boss Bailey: UFA Lions; $17.5M/5 yrs, $4.35M SB. • WR Keary Colbert: UFA Panthers: $7.3M/3 yrs, SB unknown. • […]

AFC Championship Preview: San Diego Chargers at New England Patriots

In New England, you find the only team of the final four, that at the beginning of the year at least, you’d expect to be playing for a trip to Arizona. However, the team they meet is especially unexpected, considering the turmoil the Bolts faced after a sluggish 1-3 start, including a blowout in New […]