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ClutchPoints

Chargers WR Mike Williams looking to redeem himself after injury-hit rookie year

Heading into his rookie campaign, wide receiver Mike Williams had eyes toward making a significant impact with the Los Angeles Chargers. However, it was anything but that as injuries derailed much of his first year limiting his level of effectiveness on the field. Williams enters this offseason with a full bill of health to bounce […] The post Chargers WR Mike Williams looking to redeem himself after injury-hit rookie year appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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The New York Giants have released receiver Brandon Marshall

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants have terminated the contract of veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall.General manager Dave Gettleman confirmed the move on Thursday during his pre-draft news conference. He says the 34-year-old Marshall failed his physical.Marshall was scheduled to make $5 million this season.After signing a two-year, $12 million contract as a free agent a little more than a year ago, Marshall played in five games last season. He was hurt against the Los Angeles Chargers in early October and had season-ending surgery to stabilize his ankle.The game against the...

Bolts From The Blue

Chargers Visit With Utah DE Kylie Fitts

The pass rusher was in the house following his performance at the Bolts’ local pro day. According to Josh Norris of Rotoworld.com, former Utah defensive end/outside linebacker Kylie Fitts was in the building visiting with the Chargers following his performance at the team’s local pro day on Thursday. Utah edge rusher Kylie Fitts is visiting the #Chargers today— Josh Norris (@JoshNorris) April 12, 2018 The 6-foot-4, 264-pound edge rusher is a phenomenal athlete that saw his playing time in college take a major hit due to lingering injuries. After transferring from UCLA prior to...

Bolts From The Blue

Los Angeles Chargers Announce 2018 Preseason Schedule

It’s time to begin planning for the season, as the Los Angeles Chargers announced the 2018 Preseason Schedule. But unlike most years, there could be one game on the schedule that could offer more of your attention. The exact dates of the games have yet to be determined, but it looks like the Chargers will open the Preseason at the newly-led Sam Bradford Arizona Cardinals. It will be the first game to see the soon-to-be rookie class, along with second-year Offensive Lineman Forrest Lamp, who missed the entire season last year due to an injury. Week 2 will have the Chargers at home for the...

Bolts From The Blue

Chargers in Attendance at Ronald Jones’ Latest Pro Day

Chargers one of 15 teams in SoCal to watch the former Trojan running back Last week, former USC running back Ronald Jones II performed in front of 15 NFL clubs where he was finally able to run the forty-yard dash again after rehabbing a hamstring injury over the past several weeks. Fortunately for the scouts in attendance, Jones was able to demonstrate the incredible burst we’ve all come to know and love from his game film. It was reported he ran a 4.48-second forty-yard dash, a stellar upgrade from his 4.65 at the combine, after being measured in at 5-foot-11 and 209 pounds. With an...

Hogs Haven

Robert Griffin III signs 1 year deal with the Baltimore Ravens

RGIII is back in the NFL Ozzie Newsome announces the addition of RG3. pic.twitter.com/gBM43MCQkI— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 4, 2018 Robert Griffin III returns to the NFL after not playing being signed to any team last season. He joins the team the Baltimore Ravens, the team he played when the devastating ACL injury that stunted his promising career happened in his rookie year. Griffin had a workout with the Chargers and the Ravens last year, but he did not get a contract anywhere in the league. Griffin was supposed to be the future of the Redskins after they traded up from #6...

San Diego Union Tribune

At Seau symposium, CTE researcher makes his case against youth tackle football

Science was stirred in with heavy emotion Saturday at a San Diego symposium on football head injuries organized by the sister of Junior Seau, the former Chargers star linebacker and NFL Hall of Famer who died in 2012. Tiaina Seau Sr. and Luisa Seau, Junior’s parents, spoke extensively in public...

Bolt Beat

Chargers tight end Hunter Henry poised to have breakout season

Tight end Hunter Henry is coming off injured reserve due to a minor laceration to his kidney, which happened midway in December. The injury caused him to sit for the remaining two games left in the season. Henry is a 6-5, 250-pound tight end who finished his second season with 45 receptions for 611 receiving […] Chargers tight end Hunter Henry poised to have breakout season - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.