Chargers Release Wiley, Others

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

Chargers' Exclusive, Restricted Outlook

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

Chargers Review: Wide Receivers

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

Chargers WR Tim Dwight to IR

Wide receiver Tim Dwight has been placed on injured reserve by the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday. It marks the second time in three years that his season has been cut short.
November 26, 2003

Chargers Week Four Report Card

A loss is a loss is a loss. The Chargers now sit at 0-4 after having an opportunity to save their season thwarted by the Raiders. In the Black Hole, the Bolts could have made a stand, but instead, go home with their heads between their tails. Growing up in New Jersey I used to remember the saying, "SOJ" or "Same Old Jets". Now the words apply tot he Chargers, "SOC" or "Same Old Chargers". Losers of eight straight dating back to last season, they still get graded out…
September 30, 2003