Posts Tagged ‘Darrell Stuckey’

5 Chargers Sit Out of Practice on Thursday

Today, several Chargers missed practice time today due to injuries. Both linebacker Brandon Siler and rookie safety Darrell Stuckey did not participate in practice. Siler is nursing a foot injury and Stuckey is nursing a hamstring injury. Linebacker Antwan Applewhite was limited in practice because of a foot injury. Linebacker Shawne Merriman and guard Louis […]

Can Stuckey Earn Confidence From Chargers Like He Has From Kansas Jayhawks?

In an article by Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Acee gives readers an inside look at just how much of an impact rookie safety Darrell Stuckey made at University of Kansas and the impression that he left on people at the school such as the associate athletic director and his positional coach. Stuckey […]

Strong Safety Battle Heating Up Coming into Camp

According to Pro Football Weekly, the battle between Steve Gregory and rookie Darrell Stuckey for the starting SS spot could be the best battle when camp roles around. Gregory has shown his versatility and has performed strong in the past, but Stuckey has shown plenty of upside coming into training camp and could be in […]

Could Stuckey Be the Starter at Strong Safety for the Chargers?

Kansan reports that fourth round pick Darrell Stuckey could be the starter at strong safety for the Chargers now that Kevin Ellison is gone: Fourth round pick Darrell Stuckey signed a four-year deal with the San Diego Chargers late last month and with the recent release of Kevin Ellison, San Diego’s primary strong safety last […]

Chargers Ink Deals With Rookies Darrell Stuckey and Dedrick Epps

The Chargers gave themselves another insurance policy for the future of their defense today by signing their fourth-round draft pick, safety Darrell Stuckey. They also added some depth at the tight end position by signing seventh-rounder Dedrick Epps. Stuckey, a safety out of Kansas, is seen as the heir apparent to the now-vacated safety position […]