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2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg98445221184165
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DateTradedTraded For
07/08/2014Tiquan Underwood, WR CAR
Zach Miller, TE SEA
Brandon Pettigrew, TE DET
Mike Brown, WR JAC
Donald Brown, RB SD
Jerome Simpson, WR MIN
07/07/2014Shonn Greene, RB TEN
Donald Brown, RB SD
06/30/2014Bruce Ellington, WR SF
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Donald Brown, Danny Woodhead both look sharp Friday
by Igor Mello |
(8/16/14) With Ryan Mathews sidelined, Chargers running backs Donald Brown and Danny Woodhead each saw a healthy share of work Friday night against Seattle in exhibition play.

Brown got the start and ripped runs for 4 and 5 yards before Woodhead got his first touch of the night on the opening drive. Brown finished with four carries for 16 yards and two catches for 13 yards and three targets. Woodhead rushed for a 24 yards on six carries. He also caught one pass from Kellen Clemens for a gain of 5 yards. Both players were lifted after one half of work.
Chargers rolling with 'three-headed monster'
by Larry Hartstein |
(8/4/14) Chargers running back Ryan Mathews described the backfield as a "three-headed monster," reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. He'll share the workload with Donald Brown and Danny Woodhead.

The paper still calls Mathews "the workhorse." Woodhead is "the versatile guy who can run and catch," and Brown is "sort of a hybrid of the two." The team also drafted running back Marion Grice.

"There is no such thing as a featured back any more," running backs coach Ollie Wilson said.

Ryan Mathews happy to have Donald Brown in San Diego
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/1/14) Chargers running back Ryan Mathews isn't upset in the least that the team signed Donald Brown this offseason. In fact, he's welcoming it with open arms.

"I can't wait," Mathews said about playing with Brown, per U-T San Diego

Mathews is coming off of a career season but an ankle injury kept him limited down the stretch. While it's expected that Brown will help shoulder the load a little bit -- Mathews has been called the "bell cow" numerous times by general manager Tom Telesco -- Mathews anticipates that if he wants to play 16 games and break the 1,255 yards he had last year, he'll need Brown to fill in for him. 

"I (want to) make it more than 16 games," Mathews said. "That was a big goal last year: 'Alright, let's get him through 16 games.' We did that. Now the goal is to keep me healthy, keep running after 16 games. The coaches did a good job of getting another guy like Donald to help me out. It's going to be fun."

GM: Donald Brown to play 'supplemental' role
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4/4/14) When asked about the signing of Donald Brown, Chargers general manager Tom Telesco told 1090 The Fan in San Diego on Friday that Brown will "help supplement" the ground game and referred to him as a great player who can do some different things than Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead. Telesco also made clear that Mathews is the team's top running back. 

Telesco said similar statements back in late March to the station. Brown was signed this spring to a three-year deal by Telesco, who helped scout Brown when he was with the Colts in 2009. 

Donald Brown expected to get 5-10 touches per game
by Larry Hartstein |
(4/2/14) New Chargers running back Donald Brown will see five to 10 touches per game and serve as insurance in case Ryan Mathews gets hurt, according to a projection by the San Diego Union-Tribune. The paper noted Brown played 16 games for the first time last season.
Game Log
9/8OAKW 21-17No00000000000000
9/15MIAL 20-24No7304.3110000000100
9/22@SFW 27-7No3258.3160000000000
9/29@JACW 37-3No36521.75002115.5900000
Total  0131209.25002115.5900100
10/6SEAW 34-28No6376.2161231.5300000
10/14@SDL 9-19No3155.0802199.51400000
10/20DENW 39-33No11232.17034214.02800000
Total  020753.81617649.12800000
11/3@HOUW 27-24No6498.2240000000000
11/10STLL 8-38No2-1-0.51056412.82610000
11/14@TENW 30-27No14805.717211414.01400000
11/24@ARIL 11-40No210.5101-2-2.0-200000
Total  0241295.424277610.92610000
12/1TENW 22-14Yes14543.91412105.0700100
12/8@CINL 28-42Yes4112.8504184.5900000
12/15HOUW 25-3Yes5387.6260000000000
12/22@KCW 23-7Yes10797.951123115.53310000
12/29JACW 30-10Yes12312.671341.3900000
Total  5452134.751311635.73310100
1/4KCW 45-44Yes11555.013144711.82511000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2009Indianapolis Colts111782813.6453214
2010Indianapolis Colts1381294973.9492426
2011Indianapolis Colts1621346454.8805426
2012Indianapolis Colts1041084173.9191020
2013Indianapolis Colts1651025375.3516420
2009Indianapolis Colts1111116915.4720217
2010Indianapolis Colts1382020510.3250209
2011Indianapolis Colts16216865.4170003
2012Indianapolis Colts10499310.3390202
2013Indianapolis Colts165272147.93323010
Kick Returns
2009Indianapolis Colts1112121.02100
2010Indianapolis Colts1300---000
2011Indianapolis Colts1600---000
2012Indianapolis Colts1000---000
2013Indianapolis Colts1600---000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2009Indianapolis Colts1111.000000.0000
2010Indianapolis Colts1311.000000.0000
2011Indianapolis Colts1611.000000.0000
2012Indianapolis Colts1000.000000.0000
2013Indianapolis Colts1633.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2009Indianapolis Colts1110010010
2010Indianapolis Colts1300000000
2011Indianapolis Colts1600000000
2012Indianapolis Colts1000000000
2013Indianapolis Colts1600020020
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