With the San Diego Chargers camp in full swing, several players have been pleasant surprises while others have not had their coffee and need another wake up call. For many, this and preseason is crunch time. It marks the time to make an impression and ultimately make the team.
August 5, 2004
Tuesday's morning practice of San Diego Chargers' training camp was marked by a shift on the first team offensive line, an emergence of a back-up to star running back Ladainian Tomlinson, the return of wide receiver Malcom Floyd, and some crisp passes from quarterbacks Drew Brees and Cleo Lemon.
August 3, 2004
Two more San Diego Chargers draft picks were on the verge of signing deals on Monday which would leave just a few unsigned picks on the table. There were some loose ends to tie up but one was expected today while the other could be in on Tuesday.
July 26, 2004
With the first day picks graded in a previous installment, the focus is on the second day of the San Diego Chargers 2004 NFL Draft, with an overall grade added in summation. While it is early to be handing out such grades, it is an inevitable task that sheds light on the future of the franchise, from the armchair.
April 28, 2004
With four picks in the final two rounds the San Diego Chargers wrapped up their draft by taking Ryan Krause, a wide receiver out of Nebraska-Omaha in round six, and with three picks in round seven selected Ryon Bingham, a nose tackle out of Nebraska, Shane Olivea, an offensive tackle from Ohio State, and Carlos Joseph, an offensive tackle out of Miami.
April 25, 2004