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|Trio of injured Chargers make progress in practice |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(8/9/14) Chargers defensive lineman Corey Liuget, defensive back Brandon Flowers, and offensive lineman Chris Watt were all participants in Saturday's practice, after sitting out Thursday's preseason opener.
Liuget worked out in both team and individual drills, while Watt was limited to individual drills. Flowers, who has been out since July 30 with an undisclosed injury, was limited to working out on a side field, according to U-T San Diego.
|Chris Watt taken off field with undisclosed injury |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(7/26/14) Chargers rookie guard Chris Watt was carted of the field Saturday and taken into the training room. He had kneeled on the sideline for a few minutes before his removal.
The third round pick has worked at right guard with the second team. He performed well in pass-blocking drills before going down, per the San Diego Union-Tribune.
|Chargers sign four draft picks |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(5/14/14) The Chargers signed four of their six picks from the NFL Draft: third-round guard Chris Watt, fifth-round defensive tackle Ryan Carrethers, sixth-round running back Marion Grice and seventh-round receiver Tevin Reese.
All received four-year contracts.
|Chargers draft OL Chris Watt |
|by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(5/9/14) With the No. 89 pick in the NFL Draft, the Chargers selected offensive lineman Chris Watt from Notre Dame.
Watt started 37 games for the Irish in his career at both guard spots. There are some concerns with his health since he tore his right PCL against Air Force last season and did not play against Navy, then tore his right MCL against Stanford.
He was sidelined for the Pinstripe Bowl against Rutgers as well as the Senior Bowl, and he pulled left quad while attempting the 40-yard dash at pro day. Still, Watt does have the chance to compete for playing time right away if he can stay healthy.