Chargers released G Kris Dielman from the reserve/retired list.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman (concussions) made his retirement official on Thursday.
The Chargers will hold a press conference Thursday to announce the retirement of LG Kris Dielman.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that LG Kris Dielman will retire from football after nine seasons.
According to the Union-Tribune San Diego, the Chargers "would happily pay" to keep LG Kris Dielman (concussions) if he opts to play in 2012.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman (concussions) reiterated that he is undecided about his playing future.
Citing several sources, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Chargers LG Kris Dielman (concussions) and LT Marcus McNeill (neck) are unsure about their futures in the NFL, and Dielman is considering retirement.
Several sources tell the San Diego Union-Tribune that LG Kris Dielman (injured reserve, concussion) is fully expected to be able to play in 2012.
Chargers placed LG Kris Dielman (concussion) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 10's game against the Raiders.
According to the North County Times, the NFL is "reviewing the events" surrounding Chargers LG Kris Dielman's Week 7 concussion.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman's (concussion) Gran Mal seizure on the flight home from New York was reportedly violent enough that he bit through his lip and tongue before regaining consciousness.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman (concussion) acknowledged that he will miss Monday's game.
Chargers LG Kris Dielman suffered a concussion in the team's Week 7 loss to the Jets.