Where other quarterbacks failed, namely Drew Brees and Cleo Lemon, the new quarterback over center, Joe Germaine, led his team of second and third stringers to a touchdown in his first live action – the two minute situational drill – its first appearance since the San Diego Chargers opened their training camp.
August 6, 2004
Six players were released and four others were not tendered offers, allowing all of the players to become Unrestricted free agents on Wednesday. TE Stephen Alexander, RB Antoineo Harris, DE Raylee Johnson, T Vaughn Parker, C Cory Raymer and DE Marcellus Wiley were released while G Michael Keathley, WR Tim Baker, WR Dondre Gilliam and G David Brandt were not tendered offers. Johnson and Parker requested to be released and the team obliged.
March 2, 2004
After the season ended, before even the Super Bowl, the writers here at <a href="http://sdboltreport.com">sdboltreport.com</a> each took a look at the possibility of each player returning. This was initial reactions and honest assessments without any of the new knowledge gained since then that may influence the hard look at players. The following is a look at the restricted free agents and exclusive free agents of note.
February 25, 2004
Just one of the groups riddled by injuries, the San Diego Chargers wide receiving corps was kept to a soft whisper that made more sound dropping the rock. When the season began, all the talk was about what David Boston would do to take some of the load off LaDainian Tomlinson. In the end, Boston ran a distant second to the number one reception leader on the team, Tomlinson.
January 19, 2004
Eric Parker is done for the year. He has been placed on injured reserve by the San Diego Chargers. Rather than bring up Dondre Gilliam or Grant Mattos, the team signed Micah Ross, a former Jacksonville Jaguar. <br><br> The team also released Omari Hand and signed Clenton Ballard to the practice squad.
November 5, 2003