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Injury roundup: Eddie Lacy misses Packers' practice
Packers running back Eddie Lacy sat out practice after suffering a concussion in Green Bay's loss to the Seahawks. The hard-charging runner leads off our Wednesday injury report.
Chargers place Nick Hardwick on injured reserve
The San Diego Chargers have placed veteran center Nick Hardwick on injured reserve with a neck injury. The veteran has been quarterback Philip Rivers' center for his entire career.
Nine things you need to know from Sunday's games
With the regular season right around the corner, Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers' first-team offense doesn't look ready for games that count. Here's what else we learned from Sunday's two-game slate.
Nick Hardwick excited to return to San Diego Chargers
San Chargers center Nick Hardwick has decided to return for an 11th NFL season. Hardwick had considered retirement, but instead will complete his three-year contract.
Ryan Mathews questionable for San Diego Chargers
San Diego running back Ryan Mathews is questionable for the Chargers' game versus the Denver Broncos. Find out the rest of this weekend's injury updates.
Ryan Mathews' Chargers teammates reply to criticism
Ryan Mathews used not-so-flattering words to describe the 2012 San Diego Chargers last week. However, teammates such as Donald Butler didn't appreciate being categorized.
Eli Manning, Rob Gronkowski among blue/red chips on offense
Michael Lombardi identifies blue-chip and red-chip players at each offensive position entering the 2012 season. Where does Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton fall after a brilliant rookie campaign?
Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates to sit Chargers-Vikings tilt
San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner will sit quarterback Philip Rivers and tight end Antonio Gates on Friday night against the Minnesota Vikings after pondering the laundry list of injuries along the offensive line.
A.J. Smith: San Diego Chargers have lost NFL respect
Perennially considered one of the NFL's title contenders, two consecutive disappointing seasons have caused the San Diego Chargers to lose their luster, general manager A.J. Smith said.
Exit Interview: Contrary to popular belief, Bolts truly are average
The Chargers missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season, but was this truly surprising? Elliot Harrison says San Diego just isn't as talented as many folks seem to believe.