The Chargers may be desperate for a physical receiving threat with Vincent Jackson’s situation uncertain, but they want no part of Terrell Owens.
“We’re all set right now with our receivers,” Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith told Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I don’t want to be involved. A lot of people have us
targeted, but they know I wouldn’t do it.”
The Chargers already signed a former Bills receiver — Josh Reed — to help take up space until Jackson returns to the team. Smith says he expects Jackson and tackle Marcus McNeill to sit out ten games.
“I don’t know if our guys or their agents think A.J. will fold, but my
history should tell you something,” Smith said. “I won’t be telling anything to these
two guys; I have nothing to discuss.”
When A.J. goes third person, you know he means business.