Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at all four AFC West teams and projects the starters for the coming season. Is it Super Bowl or bust for Philip Rivers' Chargers? Will the Broncos make it back to the playoffs?
to just 11 receptions as a rookie. Offensive line: B | Russell Okung , Dan Feeney , Mike Pouncey , Forrest Lamp , Joe Barksdale , Michael Schofield , Spencer Pulley , Scott Quessenberry The Chargers allowed the fewest sacks in the league last
Feeney . While those players should solidify the interior, let's get a tackle who might be able to plug in ahead of Joe Barksdale right away and eventually take over for Russell Okung at LT. This scenario provides a solid O-line core for the
In last year's draft, Kansas City netted a Pro Bowl running back and an heir apparent under center. Not too shabby, eh? Nick Shook provides rookie grades -- and offseason outlooks -- for each AFC West team.
out linebacker Denzel Perryman (hamstring) and defensive tackle Corey Liuget (knee) against the Jets . Tackles Joe Barksdale (hip) and Russell Okung (groin) and running back Austin Ekeler (hand) are questionable. 17. The Oakland Raiders
Celek (knee, rib) Cornerback Greg Mabin (calf) is doubtful to play against the Jags. Los Angeles Chargers: OT Joe Barksdale (hip), RB Austin Ekeler (hand), OT Russell Okung (groin) The Bolts will be without defensive tackle Corey Liuget
Williams (knee), wide receiver Travis Benjamin (abdomen), defensive tackle Corey Liuget (toe), right tackle Joe Barksdale (foot), linebacker James Onwualu (quadricep) and linebacker Hayes Pullard (neck) are all questionable to play
The matchup of the week is ... Saints-Bills? You better believe it! Kevin Patra has everything you need to know for all the matchups as Week 10 approaches.
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Mitch Morse (foot) and linebacker Dee Ford (back) are out for Sunday vs. Texans . 18. Los Angeles Chargers tackle Joe Barksdale (foot) was a full participant in practice Friday after being limited Thursday. He is questionable for Sunday against
Week 4 provides plenty of compelling matchups, including a battle between a pair of winless teams when the Bengals play the Browns on Sunday. Kevin Patra breaks down this week's remaining slate of 15 games.
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accounted for the majority of the Chargers ' otherwise nonexistent running game in Week 2. The credit goes to right tackle Joe Barksdale , who gives a shove to Charles Harris to encourage him to take himself out of the play (it worked), and then moves
questionable for Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs . Cornerback Jason Verrett (knee) is out and offensive tackle Joe Barksdale (foot) is questionable. 26. Cardinals wideout John Brown (quadricep) did not participate at practice. Linebacker
offensive line, meanwhile, was a catastrophe. The injuries continue. With starting offensive tackles Russell Okung and Joe Barksdale sitting out to nurse injuries, L.A. saw backup tackle Tyreek Burwell break his hand, NFL Network's Alex Flanagan
The Chargers added Mike Williams and talent around their QB, while the Broncos loaded the O-line with Garett Bolles and others in the offseason. Gregg Rosenthal explores lineups in the AFC West.
Le'Veon Bell, Tom Brady and Julio Jones are key cogs in three of the most explosive offenses in the NFL today. Which attack reigns supreme? Chris Wesseling ranks the league's top 10 units.
San Diego Chargers players hold their fists in the air during the playing of the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016, in San Diego. The players are, from left, offensive guard D.J. Fluker, inside linebacker Joshua Perry (53), tackle Joe ...
releases downfield as part of the route combination, Beasley is able to take a sharper angle around the corner to attack Joe Barksdale with a shimmy-stutter-rip move to lasso Rivers in the pocket for a strip-sack that leads to a scoop and score
Atlanta Falcons middle linebacker Deion Jones (45) moves past San Diego Chargers tackle Joe Barksdale (72) after Jones picked off the ball during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Alex Smith squirmed out of the pile in the end zone, got to his feet and let out a roar.
safety Antone Exum Jr. was taken to the locker room and is getting x-rays on his leg. 3. Chargers offensive tackle Joe Barksdale has an ankle injury and is questionable to return. 4. The Colts received some good injury news today, as owner Jim