"I'm here just to make a statement," David Boston said. "First of all, I want to apologize to my teammates, the organization and the fans for not being able to participate in this Sunday's game. I'm anxious to get out on the football field this week. I know I've made a lot of mistakes in the past and I've learned from them and I'm moving on.
"It was funny, I was watching the game and I ordered some food and I couldn't even eat because I was too very disturbed. And I let my teammates down and I want to get back out there and play. So that's what I'm here to do."
Boston then stepped away from the podium and left an asked question unanswered.
Marty Schottenheimer addressed the issue during his Monday press conference.
"David Boston will be responsible for all of the things that we're involved with strength and conditioning-wise and I've told him that on the practice field, in the meetings, there are certain things that we want to do and ways we want to get them done," Schottenheimer said. "And David said, `I'm fine with that. I understand that completely.'"
Boston, the number one receiver in San Diego, will return to his winless team to face Jacksonville this week.
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