Gaps in Secondary Closed?

As the Rams get ready to face a highly competitive tandem of receivers in Joe Horn and Donte' Stallworth, they made a key move in the secondary by adding 10-year veteran Kwamie Lassiter and moving Aeneas Williams back to corner. The shifting of Williams to his original position results in the starting of Rams seventh-year man Rich Coady on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
September 25, 2004

Robb Butler Chargers Camp Diary

When we caught up with Robb Butler he was "chilaxing". Cooped up in a hotel until coaching sessions start again on Monday, Butler shared his thoughts on the week that was at the San Diego Chargers complex "coming from under a rock at Robert Morris." In an entertaining diary of events, Butler laughs through each story and talks about new secondary coach Brian Stewart, how involved other coaches are, the veterans helping out rookies, and the first week as a rookie in camp.
May 24, 2004

Chargers Review: S

The play of the safeties in the San Diego Chargers secondary was nothing short of alarming. If not for the late season emergence of Terrence Kiel, this unit would likely be nominated for worst in the modern era. Luckily, the future may be bright for this unit with Kiel and Hanik Milligan.
March 2, 2004

Chargers Place Lassiter on IR

The San Diego Chargers put strong safety Kwamie Lassiter on injured reserve on Wednesday, three days after sustaining a season-ending knee injury. Tony Okanlawon was signed to take his place on the roster.
November 19, 2003

San Diego Chargers Report Card Week 11

A week after the San Diego Chargers offense came to life, the team had its worst game of the season. Every cringe that fans displayed early in the season was multiplied by ten in this complete lack of effort. <br><br> For the first time all season the Bolts played like a team. The whole team was terrible. <br><br> The grades and injury report, including an update on Tim Dwight:
November 18, 2003