Vincent Jackson missed Wednesday’s practice, leading to concern about his status for Sunday.
Posts Tagged ‘Patrick Crayton’
The San Diego Chargers have Antonio Gates back on the field for their showdown against the Indianapolis Colts.
Posted: Friday, November 26th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Antonio Gates, Austin Collie, Blair White, Indianapolis Colts, Jacob Tamme, Legedu Naanee, Malcom Floyd, Mike Tolbert, Patrick Crayton, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Randy McMichael, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Vincent Jackson
The Colts and Chargers will play in one of those proverbial games where you cannot tell the players without a program. Or at least both team’s receivers.
Posted: Friday, November 5th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Anthony Miller, Antonio Gates, Legedu Naanee, Malcom Floyd, Patrick Crayton, Randy McMichael, San Diego Chargers, Seyi Ajirotutu, Tony Martin, Vincent Jackson
Chargers TE Antonio Gates (toe/foot) was held out of practice because of his ailing feet and was listed as doubtful on the team’s injury report.
Posted: Monday, November 1st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Buster Davis, Drew Brees, Gary Banks, Legedu Naanee, Malcom Floyd, Norv Turner, Patrick Crayton, Philip Rivers, Randy Moss, San Diego Chargers, Seyi Ajirotutu
Chargers coach Norv Turner told reporters on Monday that he was not optimistic that injured WRs Malcom Floyd, Legedu Naanee and Buster Davis will return to the team’s lineup this week (via the San Diego Union-Tribune).
The Chargers need help at receiver and help appears to be on the horizon. The only problem is that it just cannot get here soon enough.
The Chargers are dealing with a pile of offensive injuries, so Patrick Crayton could be a nice Week 7 sleeper.
Chargers coach Norv Turner is optimistic about the status of injured TE Antonio Gates, but less so about WR Malcom Floyd.
Chargers TE Antonio Gates is in a protective boot, after leaving Sunday’s game at St. Louis early with an ankle injury, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
It’s difficult for any player to live up to a six-year, $54 million contract, but in a sense, Miles Austin already has earned his pay.
Posted: Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Anthony Gonzalez, Bill Belichick, Brandon Jacobs, Charlie Batch, Chris Johnson, Dennis Dixon, Dunta Robinson, Eric Mangini, Frank Tadych, Fred Jackson, Jake Long, Jared Gaither, Jarrad Page, Jerome Harrison, Jerry Angelo, Kevin Ogletree, Lovie Smith, Marcus Spears, Martin Mayhew, Matthew Stafford, Michael Bush, Patrick Crayton, rashard mendenhall
A quick look at some of the stories on the radar on Tuesday.
Posted: Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Alex Barron, Bart Scott, Brady Quinn, Chris Johnson, D.J. Williams, Dallas Cowboys, Danny Amendola, Ellis Hobbs, Frank Tadych, Gerald Hayes, Jason McCourty, Jim Zorn, Justin Fargas, Justin Hartwig, Ken Whisenhunt, Knowshon Moreno, Kyle Kosier, Marc Colombo, Matt Forte, Maurkice Pouncey, Montrae Holland, Patrick Crayton, Randy Moss, Rex Ryan, Robert Brewster, Sam Young, Stanford Routt, Victor Cruz
Kyle Kosier joined Marc Colombo as injured starters on the Cowboys’ offensive line.
Cowboys kicker David Buehler is a physical anomaly for the position. Now he wants to challenge a Cowboys receiver to a foot race.
Posted: Sunday, June 13th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Peterson, Alan Ball, Brad Childress, Brett Favre, Brian Schottenheimer, Carson Palmer, Eddie Royal, Isaiah Stanback, Jarvis Moss, Jay Ratliff, Jermaine Gresham, Jerry Jones, Joe McKnight, Jordan Shipley, Josh McDaniels, Matt Forte, Miles Austin, Minnesota Vikings, Nate Allen, Patrick Crayton, Perrish Cox, Pete Carroll, Robert Ayers, Sage Rosenfels, Tarvaris Jackson, Tony Moeaki
Brad Childress basically confirmed that Tarvaris Jackson is the top option for the Vikings in the event (however unlikely it appears) that Brett Favre doesn’t return.
Posted: Friday, June 4th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brett Favre, Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant, Donovan McNabb, Miles Austin, Patrick Crayton, Rod Woodson, Roy Williams, Stacey Dash, Terrell Owens, Warren Sapp
Patrick Crayton believes he isn’t being used properly in Dallas. Former Cowboys WR Terrell Owens can commiserate. He has been there.