Terrence Kiel Shot Twice

In disturbing news Chargers Update has found out from a valid source that Terrence Kiel, a second round draft choice of the San Diego Chargers and former Texas A&M safety, was shot during an attempted carjacking at a southwest Houston mall parking lot.

Terrence Kiel was selected in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, 62nd overall. Kiel was running with the first team in the Chargers most recent Mini-Camp. Kiel, thus far, has been afforded every opportunity to start at strong safety for the Bolts.

Terrence Kiel, 22, was in his 1983 Buick Park Avenue at Sharpstown Mall Friday afternoon when he was approached by a man in his late teens, early 20s, said Houston police spokeswoman Sandra Aponte.

Kiel was hit twice, once in the abdomen and once in the leg, and was taken to Ben Taub General Hospital, where he is in stable condition.

Although the coaching staff has kept it simple for the rookie strong safety, Kiel has been drawing rave reviews from the staff. Kiel is an exceptional cover safety, while still being solid in run defense. Member of the Aggies' "Wrecking Crew," leading the team in tackles the last two years.

It is unclear what his recovery time will be and how it will affect the Chargers secondary.

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