Chargers placed S Darrell Stuckey on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, ending his season.
Chargers S Darrell Stuckey hasn't practiced since August 9 due to a concussion.
Coach Norv Turner expects Darrell Stuckey to compete for playing time at strong safety in 2012.
Chargers S Darrell Stuckey (groin) has resumed practicing during the bye week.
Rookie SS Darrell Stuckey was a healthy scratch for the Chargers' opener.
Chargers rookie SS Darrell Stuckey worked with the second team all week and won't start the Chargers' second preseason game.
The Chargers plan to use rookie SS Darrell Stuckey only on early downs in his first season.
Rookie Darrell Stuckey is listed as the starting strong safety on the Chargers' initial preseason depth chart.
Chargers coach Norv Turner complimented fourth-round SS Darrell Stuckey, saying that the rookie is "playing fast."
Chargers agreed to terms with fourth-round SS Darrell Stuckey on a multi-year contract.
Rookie Darrell Stuckey becomes the favorite to open the season as San Diego's starting strong safety with Kevin Ellison waived.
Chargers SS Kevin Ellison has been asked to stay away from OTAs while dealing with his drug possession charge, so rookie Darrell Stuckey and Steve Gregory are rotating with the first-team defense.
Chargers fourth-round pick Darrell Stuckey will compete to start at strong safety in training camp.
Chargers selected Kansas S Darrell Stuckey with the No. 110 overall pick in the 2010 draft.