Chargers released FB Le'Ron McClain.
Chargers FB Le'Ron McClain is a candidate to be released.
Chargers FB Le'Ron McClain was forced from Sunday's game against the Broncos with an ankle injury, and will not return.
Coach Norv Turner indicated that he expects FB Le'Ron McClain to get touches on offense in addition to his lead-blocking duties.
Chargers GM A.J. Smith says adding a backup running back is "not a pressing thing".
The Union-Tribune San Diego feels Le'Ron McClain will see time at tailback this season.
Chargers signed FB Le'Ron McClain, formerly of the Chiefs, to a three-year contract.
Coach Romeo Crennel indicated the Chiefs would like to re-sign free agent FB Le'Ron McClain.
Interim coach Romeo Crennel suggested that Le'Ron McClain could get some carries in Sunday's finale.
The NFL is expected to review the Week 7 1-yard touchdown that was credited to FB Le'Ron McClain.
Despite the loss of Jamaal Charles, FB Le'Ron McClain's primary role will continue to be lead blocker.
Le'Ron McClain carried the ball four times four 15 yards in Kansas City's Week 2 loss to the Lions.
Coach Todd Haley confirmed that FB Le'Ron McClain will not take any carries away from Jamaal Charles or Thomas Jones.
Chiefs signed FB Le'Ron McClain, formerly of the Ravens.