Manti Te’o says his rough rookie season has nothing to do with the flack he’s faced over getting fooled by a hoax involving a fake girlfriend while at Notre Dame.
Manti Te’o is poised to make his regular-season debut when the Chargers host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Chargers inside linebackers Donald Butler and Manti Te’o both practiced Thursday and appear to be on track to start against the Cowboys this weekend.
After a wild 33-30 victory on the road in Philadelphia last weekend, the San Diego Chargers take their act to Nashville this weekend, meeting the Tennessee Titans in Music City on Sunday.
Manti Te’o practiced Wednesday for the first time since injuring his right foot in August.
Two San Diego Chargers players didn’t practice on Thursday in the team’s preparations for the Philadelphia Eagles.
With several major injuries in the preseason, the San Diego Chargers may have been finished before they even started the 2013 campaign. That being said, several players look like they will get to see action this season despite some nasty injuries.
Manti Te’o hopes he’s given the boot to a walking boot he’s worn on his sprained right foot since Aug. 9, the day after the San Diego Chargers’ exhibition opener.
Finally in the NFL, Manti Te’o is looking to give football fans everywhere reasons to forget about his fake girlfriend scandal. His performance with the San Diego Chargers may be just the thing to jolt his name back to football relevance.
Rookie linebacker Manti Te’o continues to rebound from what the Chargers are describing as a sprained right foot.
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has been carted off the field with an apparent right knee injury.
Even though it was an exhibition opener, the Seattle Seahawks looked like a team worthy of big expectations.
Manti Te’o was deep into his first news conference of training camp when Eric Weddle walked up to the podium, tapped the rookie on the hip and pointed him toward the locker room.
Being drafted by the San Diego Chargers has put the former Notre Dame star in a “perfect place” because of the support from those in the organization.
For the second straight week, the former Notre Dame linebacker was barred from speaking with reporters.