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  1. Chargers rotate roster

    Bill Williamson

    What do teams do when they are eliminated from playoff contention early? They look at the kids. That's what the 5-9 Chargers are doing. The Chargers put running back Ryan Mathews (collarbone), receiver Malcom Floyd (ankle), and tackle Reggie We...

    Blog | December 18, 2012
  2. Chargers may get some O-line relief

    Bill Williamson

    The San Diego Chargers entered the week thinking they'd be without three starting offensive linemen Sunday at Pittsburgh. Now, there appears to be a chance one could play. Left tackle Mike Harris is questionable with an ankle injury, but he is hop...

    Blog | December 07, 2012
  3. D.J. Williams might get start

    Bill Williamson

    It looks like D.J. Williams might get his first start of the season. His outstanding replacement, Wesley Woodyard, is doubtful to play Thursday at Oakland. Woodyard, who leads the division with 100 tackles, was hurt Sunday against Tampa Bay. Wi...

    Blog | December 05, 2012
  4. NFL honors Brady Quinn

    Bill Williamson

    Buried as a backup, Brady Quinn probably wondered if he'd ever get a chance to be a starting quarterback again on more than just on an injury-replacement basis. Being the top dog for a week? Well, that probably was out of the question. Yet, it ...

    Blog | December 05, 2012
  5. More from Eric Winston

    Bill Williamson

    Eric Winston said he has gotten support for his rant on Sunday and doesn't regret saying what he did. Sunday, Winston ripped some fans who he said cheered when embattled Kansas City starting quarterback Matt Cassel went down with a head injury. Wi...

    Blog | October 09, 2012
  6. AFC West notes

    Bill Williamson

    Catching up on the news of the day after arriving in Kansas City: Denver put safety Quinton Carter on the injured reserve. He will require knee surgery. That means fellow 2011 draft pick Rahim Moore will likely remain the starter. Carter, who took...

    Blog | September 29, 2012
  7. NFL makes example of Denver coaches

    Bill Williamson

    DENVER -- John Fox and Jack Del Rio will be examples to coaches around the NFL. The league has warned coaches not to be too hard on replacement officials and it apparently means business. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Fox, Denver's head coach, and ...

    Blog | September 23, 2012
  8. Could Carter be answer in Oakland?

    Bill Williamson

    The Oakland Raiders have a lot of needs after starting 0-2 for the first time in five years. One of the issues is a lack of a pass rush. Oakland, which has two sacks in two games, is considering addressing the problem with a second workout for And...

    Blog | September 18, 2012
  9. Raiders make several moves official

    Bill Williamson

    I arrived in San Diego on Saturday to some predictable news from the Oakland Raiders. Even though it was expected, the news that No. 3 receiver and kick returner Jacoby Ford is out for the year stings for the Raiders. Ford, who missed six of the f...

    Blog | September 15, 2012
  10. CB Ronald Bartell out for several weeks

    Bill Williamson

    In addition to a potential season-ending injury suffered by receiver Jacoby Ford, the Raiders are dealing with playing without starting cornerback Ronald Bartell. Bartell has a broken left shoulder blade. Because no surgery is needed, his recovery...

    Blog | September 11, 2012
  11. Possible cuts trickling in

    Bill Williamson

    It is going to be a long day of roster-cutting. The deadline for teams to hit the 53-man limit is 9 p.m. ET Friday, and I think at least a couple of the teams in the AFC West are going to go down to the wire. However, names have been trickling out...

    Blog | August 31, 2012
  12. Evening AFC West news and notes

    Bill Williamson

    I talked to ESPN medical analyst Stephania Bell about Michael Bush's left thumb, which he broke during a preseason game against San Francisco on Saturday. Bell says Bush will likely be out anywhere from two to six weeks. That means Bush could still r...

    Blog | September 01, 2010