Kevin Ellison back with Chargers

Chargers safety Kevin Ellison is back to work with the team after being told to stay away following his arrest on drug charges.

Ellison was busted with 100 Vicodin pills in May, leading to the Chargers expressing disappointment and tell him to stay away from the team.

But the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Ellison has been at the team’s facility and is expected to participate in today’s organized team activities.

Ellison played in 13 games last season after the Chargers took him in the sixth round of the draft.

8 responses to “Kevin Ellison back with Chargers

  1. Chargers: Too close to the start of the season. Come back home son, all is forgiven.

  2. As usual, PFT is ignorant of basic facts.
    Ellison was told to stay away for one week of minicamp, while the team figured out how to handle the situation. He was always expected at this weeks OTAs. This is a non story.

  3. Just because some people in the world abuse vicodin doesn’t mean that he wasn’t prescribed vicodin.
    Could have also been picking up a prescription for a family member. I know I get sent once a month to get 90 percocet for my mother because her health doesn’t allow for her to get out much. Is it even unheard of that someone left them in his car?
    Nothing has really come out with this specific case in regards to factuality.

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