The San Diego Chargers released left tackle Jared Gaither on Wednesday, and a report in the San Diego Union-Times may shed some light as to why. According to the paper, there was doubt last season with regards to the severity of Gaither's back spasms.
The San Diego Chargers announced Wednesday that they have released offensive tackle Jared Gaither. The move will cost the team $6 million against the cap in 2013.
Right now the receivers are catching big money. But, as Clark Judge notes, the recent deals prove this much: It doesn't pay (as much) to be a slot receiver.
The offseason has just begun, and that means cap season has just kicked in. Jason La Canfora looks at big-name players who will either accept less money to stay or receive walking papers to go.
The Chargers' new general manager will have a lot on his plate. The most pressing concern will be to shore up the offensive line that allowed QB Philip Rivers to be sacked 49 times and hit on 70 other occasions in 2012
Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and 'Wait, what did he just do?!' moments that put the guy in charge squarely on the ol' hot seat. This week, we take a look back at the 2012 season.
As each NFL team is officially eliminated from postseason contention, the Eye on Football crew will whip up a review of that team's 2012 season. Today, we look at the Chargers.

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