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The Chargers had big plans for Jeff Cumberland a year ago after signing the former Jet to a one-year contract. Unfortunately, the veteran tight end suffered a season-ending Achilles injury during the second preseason game, ending his 2016 campaign before it began.
The veteran tight end was brought in last year to play a major role alongside Antonio Gates and Hunter Henry. Unfortunately, a ruptured Achilles suffered in the second preseason game cost him the entire year. Rivers was always quick to remind them.
Cumberland closes his eyes and can recall every detail from when he suffered his season-ending injury. In fact, it made him question whether he wanted to even continue his career.
Cumberland inked another one-year contract with the Bolts on Wednesday, giving him a second chance to make an impact.
Initially signed as an undrafted free agent in 2010 out of Illinois, the 6-4, 260-pound tight end caught 86 passes for 1,119 yards and 10 touchdowns over 65 career games in New York. After injuries limited Los Angeles Chargers jersey authentic his productivity during his first two seasons, Cumberland caught 29 passes for 359 yards and three touchdowns in 2012. In the process, he was named the team’s Ed Block Courage Award winner for his commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.
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Although they spend the majority of their days working out and practicing, football players have taken to alternative methods of fitness to help them achieve their optimal physical shape. While some have dabbled in ballet and yoga, Tyrell Williams and Geremy Davis took Pilates.
Josh Lewin and Jordan Beane recap the Bolts loss to the Panthers and hear from running back Kenneth Farrow inside the locker room.
Kenneth Farrow: After backing up Melvin Gordon for the entire year, Farrow is likely going to get the starting nod on Sunday with Gordon out. Farrow stepped up admirably last Sunday when he was thrust into a more prominent role, gaining over 70 yards on 22 touches. He is listed in just about every fantasy expert’s “sleeper/key waiver addition” article. Jim McCormick of ESPN.com had this to say about Farrow’s matchup this weekend, “Oakland has surrendered 107.5 rushing yards per game to tailbacks this season, third most in the NFL, in addition to the second-most yards per carry to tailbacks (4.68). Getting additional shares of this divisional matchup could prove rewarding.” Farrow is on average going for $5,200 in daily fantasy leagues.
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However, the team stressed having those players go down was not the reason they lost as a number stepped up in their absence. Most notably, running back Kenneth Farrow and cornerback Trovon Reed, who had a clutch interception in the end zone each made his presence felt.
“That’s what we’re here to do,” Farrow said. “Everyone in here goes about their business the right way every day, and we make sure to all prepare like we’re going to be the starter.”
The defense shouldered blame for the loss as well. The Chargers have been stout against the run all year, ranking fourth in the NFL allowing only 89.1 yards per game.
They held nine of 12 opponents to under 100 heading into Week 13 before giving up 126 to the Panthers. Still, it should be noted that Carolina had to run the ball 38 times to reach that total, averaging only 3.3 yards per carry.