Posted Mon Nov 2nd by Josh Temple
The San Diego Chargers have released long time NFL wideout Chris Chambers this afternoon. Originally a member of the Miami Dolphins, the Chargers aquired the receiver in a trade for a second round pick back in 2007. The roster move was made based off of the progress of Malcolm Floyd who has moved into the #2 receiving spot. Floyd has been seen by many NFL speculators as making great strides of late and was deserving of the promotion. So why the release? San Diego needs the roster spot to sign a linebacker to replace the injured Tim Dobbins. The empty #3 spot is expected to be filled by either Legedu Naanee or Buster Davis.