clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 9, 2012

New, comments
CINCINNATI: Drayton Florence #29 of the Buffalo Bills runs for a touchdown after recovering a fumble during NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati Ohio. The Bills won 49-21.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI: Drayton Florence #29 of the Buffalo Bills runs for a touchdown after recovering a fumble during NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati Ohio. The Bills won 49-21. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Getty Images

Broncos join Chargers in Florence race - Bill Williamson
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting the popular recently released cornerback will visit the Broncos this week. San Diego is also highly interested in Florence. He spent his first five NFL season in San Diego.

Ex-Charger QB Ryan Leaf Pleads Guilty - NBC San Diego
After former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf pleaded guilty to drug and burglary charges in Montana Tuesday the judge said he believed there was "no question" the former San Diego Charger needs rehab.

The tragedies of the 1994 Chargers - Elizabeth Merrill
"It's insane, isn't it?" said Blaise Winter, a defensive tackle on the '94 team. "I mean, Chris Mims, [Shawn] Lee, Miller, Rodney. ... It's like, 'Is the ceiling above my head going to fall on me?'

Bolts reach terms with Ingram, Reyes; sign Molk - Michael Gehlken
Well before training camp, and even before this week's rookie minicamp, the Chargers agreed to deals Tuesday with outside linebacker Melvin Ingram, their first-round draft pick, and defensive end Kendall Reyes, their second rounder.

Football-related drills begin - Christopher Smith
"Phase II is really (about) the details of the game. Run fits," Spikes said. "For offensive linemen, it’s taking the proper steps as far as blocking engagement.

Turner, Coryell offenses comparable - Christopher Smith
It was a footnote in 2011 as the team did not make the playoffs, a forgotten lyric to an otherwise disappointing season. The Chargers topped 400 points and averaged more than 25 points per game for the eighth consecutive season, an NFL record.

Top post-draft needs: AFC West - Tom Gower
If Liuget shows off the skills that made him a first-rounder, Castillo plays to his pre-injury form and Reyes has a better rookie year than Liuget did, this could be a much-improved group. However, that is an awful lot of ifs.