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Danny Woodhead | RB | San Diego Chargers
Posted: 9/3/2013 10:48pm et
San Diego Chargers RB Danny Woodhead is being used as a slot receiver and caught two passes in his preseason debut against the Arizona Cardinals. WR Eddie Royal (lung, concussion) has been sidelined in the preseason with a bruised lung and concussion. WRs Vincent Brown and Malcom Floyd are expected to be the starting wide receivers in Week 1. Woodhead may join the offense in third-down situations, and WR Keenan Allen should mostly work out of the slot.
Huddle Up: The Bolts do need playmakers, and Woodhead is coming off a career receiving year (40-446-3) in New England. That mean he has some later-round sleeper potential, particularly in PPR leagues.

Posted: 8/24/2013 12:55pm et
The San Diego Chargers are expected to use RB Danny Woodhead like they did RB Darren Sproles when he was a member of the Chargers. Woodhead is expected to be used on third downs and in the two-minute offense. He could also be used as a slot receiver at times during games.
Huddle Up: Woodhead has much more value in PPR formats because of his ability as a pass catcher. He could wind up being a solid weekly flex play in PPR leagues given Ryan Mathews' inconstancy so far in his career. Regardless of Mathews, Woodhead is expected to have a big role in the Chargers' offense this season.

Posted: 8/12/2013 11:54pm et
San Diego Chargers RB Danny Woodhead participated in practice Monday, Aug. 12. He has not practiced since Friday, Aug. 2, because of an undisclosed injury.
Huddle Up: Woodhead was held out of the Chargers' preseason opener last week but would appear to be on track to make his debut this coming Thursday when the Bolts visit the Bears.

Posted: 6/13/2013 11:58am et
San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy lauded RB Danny Woodhead for his versatility and expects him to be in a lot of offensive packages this coming year.
Huddle Up: Woodhead, who has spent the past 3 seasons as part of the Patriots' RB jumble, figures to be the main beneficiary of Ryan Mathews' inability to step up as a durable, do-it-all No. 1 back.