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Floyd receives three-year extension - Scott Bair
"I guess all these years of hard work have paid off," Floyd said in an interview posted on the team's website. "They took great care of me, and now I get to start and finish my career as a Charger. That's something I always dreamed about."
Gaither inches closer to a return - Scott Bair
The Chargers left tackle had a helmet on and everything, working out with his teammates during individual drills. The appearance was a major milestone for a player who hasn't practiced since injuring his back in the weight room on July 28.
Gaither Back at Practice - Chargers.com
"He was limited in practice and he went thru individuals. We'll see how he is tomorrow , maybe if he’s fine and everything’s good, he can take a couple of reps."
Battle, McClain Face Former Team - Ricky Henne
Sunday’s game vs. the Kansas City Chiefs is an important one for the San Diego Chargers. It’s a division game on the road coming off the team’s first loss of the season. But for two of the Bolts, this match means even more since Jackie Battle and Le’Ron McClain will be facing off against the team they played for as recently as last season.
Gaither, Kuper close to playing - Bill Williamson
San Diego left tackle Jared Gaither (back) and Denver guard Chris Kuper (forearm) both practiced Wednesday on a limited basis for the first time since training camp. Gaither hopes to play Sunday at Kansas City. Kuper’s recovery will also be monitored during the week.
Floyd to remain key piece of S.D. offense - Bill Williamson
Floyd has become the team’s No. 1 receiver since Vincent Jackson left as a free agent, with 13 catches for 227 yards and a touchdown in the first three games. He is known for making spectacular catches look routine and he is a fine deep threat. Floyd’s health has been a concern, but he has been healthy and productive this season.
Houston is more than just in a rush - Bill Williamson
Still, what makes Houston truly valuable to his team is that he is becoming a complete player. Kansas City coach Romeo Crennel told reporters Wednesday that Houston figured out about halfway through his rookie season that he has to do more than just harass the quarterback.
Race for Rookie of the Year, Week 3 - Khaled Elsayed
Melvin Ingram, LB, SD: With a hit and seven hurries we know he can get pressure, but can he get enough playing time to show what he can really do? A heavy Chargers rotation suggests no.