Late Wednesday, Chargers OLT Marcus McNeill agreed to a five-year contract extension that runs through 2015. The new deal is reportedly worth $48 million, with $24.5 million guaranteed, according to PFW Chargers correspondent and North County Times beat writer ...
Chargers OLT Marcus McNeill has agreed to a five-year contract extension, according to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter, who cited a source familiar with the situation.
The Chargers have activated OLT Marcus McNeill to their roster. To create the roster space, the team released CB Fred Bennett and FS C.J. Spillman.
Unlike teammate Vincent Jackson, sitting out an entire season was never something Marcus McNeill wanted to do.
Chargers OLT Marcus McNeill, who had been holding out for a new contract, has signed his restricted free-agent tender, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The Chargers are missing a key piece of their offense with two-time Pro Bowl OLT Marcus McNeill continuing a holdout that likely will extend deep into the regular season.
The Chargers have officially placed WR Vincent Jackson and OLT Marcus McNeill on the roster exempt list, which will result in a three-game suspension for both players upon signing a contract, according to the North County Times.
According to "Whispers," the Chargers don't have any intention of dealing OLT Marcus McNeill, whom they'd like to reward with a contract extension after they've care of several other key players next offseason.
Chargers unsigned restricted free agents WR Vincent Jackson and OLT Marcus McNeill are both prepared to sit out the first 10 weeks of the regular season after not receiving long-term contract offers, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Refusing to give long-term contracts to OLT Marcus McNeill and WR Vincent Jackson could be a costly mistake by Chargers GM A.J. Smith.
We're told that a line has been drawn in the sand in San Diego, where four unsigned restricted free agents have refused to report to voluntary workouts and are not expected to participate in any minicamps this offseason.
Maybe more so than any team in the league, the Chargers have a number of critical decisions to make this offseason. First and foremost, though, is choosing which of their many key free agents they wish to keep — either long-term ...