Posts Tagged ‘malcom floyd’

Chargers Ready to Say “Bye Bye Floyd, Hello Cotchery?”

By Chargers Gab Columnist Alex Ramirez According to ESPN’s John Clayton, Jerricho Cotchery was released by New York today. He expects Philip Rivers and the Chargers to make a run at signing him. “Now that J. Cotchery is a former Jet, watch for Philip Rivers to push for the Chargers to sign him. They’re lifelong […]

Ravens Appear to Be the Front Runner for WR Malcom Floyd

From Chargers Gab Columnist Alex Ramirez The Ravens are the front runners to land Malcom Floyd. With the signing of Laurent Robinson, his return to San Diego is unlikely. Adding Floyd will bolster the deep game. Joe Flacco has Anquan Boldin to throw to. Floyd will add to the arsenal of elite weapons, just ask […]

Five Reasons Raider Fan Should be Excited About the 2011 Season

With the lockout all but officially over and behind us, lets take a look at 5 specific reasons that every member of the Raider Nation should be getting excited about the team that will be wearing the Silver and Black for the 2011 NFL season. #5 – A weak AFC West Division. The Raiders OWNED […]

Five Free Agents That Can Turn Around A Franchise’s Fortunes In 2011

Will Malcom Be An “X” Factor For A Contending Club In ’11? With Impact Contributors To Be Had In This Year’s Free Agent Class, Which Players Testing The Free Agency Waters Will Make The Biggest Splash Changing Teams? Note to consider: The following free agent prospects are more along the line of under-the-radar status, with […]

Defense Helps Raiders Rally Late, Shock Chargers 35-27

Anytime that the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders hook up, more often than not, the Chargers prevail. But to be fair, both teams are polar opposites. Sunday’s game in Oakland would prove that on any given Sunday in the National Football League, anything can and sometimes does happen. Even with a change of quarterbacks […]

Rivers 3 TD’s Send Chargers To 38-14 Laugher Over Jaguars

At the very least one conclusion could be made about the Jacksonville Jaguars-San Diego Chargers game at Qualcomm Stadium Sunday afternoon: Philip Rivers is not overrated despite the naysayers. A second one could be made about the Jaguars’ usually reliable David Garrard: Back to the drawing board. The Chargers efensive line made things unbearable for […]

The Top 10 Chargers Who Need to Make an Impact in 2010

This is a list of some of the players that are really going to be counted on to make plays and help lead the Chargers to their fifth straight playoff appearance. 1. Ryan Mathews- Their first-round draft pick who will be counted on to make an immediate impact in the running game will have a […]

Chargers’ Reserves Impress, Edge Redskins 23-20

As most of the highly seeded teams in both conferences have been doing, the San Diego Chargers gave their starters limited action on the football field, giving way to the reserves. During Sunday’s game between the Chargers and Washington Redskins, some rarely used players saw some appreciable playing time, including Chargers quarterback Billy Volek, running […]