Former San Diego Chargers quarterback and All-time NFL bust Ryan Leaf was sentenced to a drug treatment facility today, but judging from his sad statements in court, Leaf seemed to want prison time. He also gave a mournful statement to his parents, saying...
Former quarterback Ryan Leaf, commonly known as the biggest bust in NFL history, was arrested last night in his hometown of Great Falls Montana. Leaf was booked with felony charges of burglary of a residence and criminal possession of dangerous drugs. Leaf released a statement, saying...
Robert Meachem became the first New Orleans Saints wide receiver in 5 years to leave in free agency today. The 27 year old former first round draft pick agreed to a 4 year deal with the San Diego Chargers. The deal is worth...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss the final 6 games of the regular season after breaking the thumb on his throwing hand Sunday in a win over the San Diego Chargers. Cutler will have surgery soon, and hopes to return to the postseason if the Bears make it that far. Caleb Hanie will start at QB Sunday for Chicago.
The NFL’s slate of Thursday night games kicks off this week with an AFC West tilt. Here’s a preview:
Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers – 8:20 PM
Both teams enter the primetime contest on losing streaks
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