KING DUNLAP RUMORS & GOSSIP
Indications are that Chargers left tackle King Dunlap will return for Sunday's game against the New York Giants after missing three games with a neck injury.
Dunlap's potential return means the Chargers (5-7) could have their opening day lineup on the offensive line intact for the first time since Sept. 22.
With Dunlap back, rookie D.J. Fluker would move from left tackle...
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December 06, 2013
The San Diego Chargers (4-6) will face the Kansas City Chiefs (9-1) who are coming off their first loss of the season last week to the now AFC West leading Denver Broncos. The San Diego Chargers, losers of three in a row, with playoffs hopes looking dim, will look to upset one of the NFL’s best teams. I’ll just say this right now, the Chiefs play the Broncos next week and...
San Diego Chargers left tackle King Dunlap is relieved his latest injury is a strained neck and not his third concussion this season.
Dunlap didn't practice Wednesday and he doesn't know if he'll be able to play in Sunday's game at Miami.
But, he says, ''If I had to be happy about being injured, I guess I'd be happy it's just a neck strain.'...
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November 13, 2013
San Diego Chargers left tackle King Dunlap exited the game late and now we know why. According to the U-T San Diego’s Michael Gehlken, Dunlap sustained a concussion in the fourth quarter.
If Dunlap can’t play next week it won’t be good for the Chargers. The team is already incredibly thin at offensive line with guard Chad Rinehart also possibly set to miss some time with turf...
Thursday night the San Diego Chargers were crushed by the San Francisco 49ers 41-6. While this result looks alarming at first, and there are some concerns from the game, this score doesn’t reflect how the Chargers will be throughout the season.
The first thing to take into account when analyzing the game is that the San Diego first team didn’t play. Even while the 49er starters...
On Thursday, tackle King Dunlap returned to the practice field for the San Diego Chargers. Dunlap resumed his role with the first-team upon return, although the U-T San Diego’s beat reporter, Michael Gehlken, says that Max Starks is still getting some first-team reps as well.
Max Starks now rotates for King Dunlap at first-team LT, stays in at LT when second-team line takes field...
The Union-Tribune San Diego’s Kevin Acee believes Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap will begin the season protecting Philip Rivers‘ blind side.
There’s a chance Kevin Haslam could “get a shot” to compete for the position. Acee believes it’s unlikely anyone but Dunlap on the current roster would win the battle.
Less than two weeks ago, the Chargers with their first...
Over the weekend, NFL referee Tony Corrente was attempting to prevent a confrontation between the New York Giants safety Antrell Rolle and the Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman King Dunlap.
Keep an eye on Dunlap who runs into Corrente and Tony flies to the ground.
We'll, let you be the judge....flop or not?
(Courtesy of Sports Grid/Bob's Blitz)
Left tackle Demetress Bell was signed this offseason to stand in for Pro Bowler Jason Peters after he went down with an offseason Achilles injury. The success of the offensive line is critical for ensuring success for the Philadelphia Eagles this season, and after just one preseason game the Birds decided that change was needed.
During Saturday’s walk through, the towering King...
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King Dunlap isn't one of those short, stocky, chubby guys that usually play guard. But while he might not look the part, the Eagles are fairly confident that the 6-foot-9 Dunlap can play it.
With Evan Mathis missing practice Thursday for a second straight day, Dunlap is on target to start at left guard Sunday when the Eagles (3-5) face the Cardinals (2-6) at Lincoln Financial...
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November 10, 2011