Chase Rettig

#16QB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Boston College
Birth Place: Sierra Madre, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Vikings share video of Teddy Bridgewater throwing as QB's rehab continues
    USA Today

    Vikings share video of Teddy Bridgewater throwing as QB's rehab continues

    Teddy Bridgewater threw during part of the Minnesota Vikings' opening organized team activity Tuesday. What that means for the quarterback's continued recovery from a knee injury or his future with the team remains unclear. The Vikings posted video Tuesday of Bridgewater dropping back and throwing among other quarterbacks in what the team's site called a continuation of his rehab. He was seen wearing a brace on his left leg, in which he suffered a dislocated knee and torn anterior cruciate ligament on Aug. 30 of last year. The team did not provide any other information regarding Bridgewater's status, and the practice was closed to reporters. Sam Bradford, who arrived via trade from the Philadelphia

  • While in prison, ex-Chargers QB Ryan Leaf found a purpose
    ESPN.com

    While in prison, ex-Chargers QB Ryan Leaf found a purpose

    Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Seahawks for Tacoma News Tribune for six seasons. Played college football at University of Puget Sound Follow on Twitter SAN DIEGO -- After a disappointing NFL career that veered off course because of an addiction to painkillers which ultimately led to prison time, former Chargers quarterback Ryan Leaf now appears headed in the right direction. Leaf, 41, is engaged to Anna Kleinsorge, a 6-foot-3 former Georgetown volleyball player. The couple is expecting their first child -- a boy named MacGyver Fitzgerald, due in October. “My fiancée, she thought of it,” Leaf said about his son’s name. “And I just looked at her and said, ‘Are you serious? You

  • WATCH: Former Chargers OLB Shawne Merriman break into "Lights Out" dance
    Chargers Wire

    WATCH: Former Chargers OLB Shawne Merriman break into "Lights Out" dance

    After taunting opposing quarterbacks with the move for years, former San Diego Chargers pass rusher Shawne Merriman taught ABC 7’s Erin Hawksworth how to do his infamous Lights Out dance after an interview last week. Merriman would do the dance after every sack, and during a three-year stretch spanning from his rookie season through 2007, Merriman busted his patented dance quite frequently, amassing 39.5 sacks during said time frame. In 2005, Merriman broke onto the scene as a rookie collecting 10 sacks before leading the league in sacks the following campaign with 17. Right before the start of the 2008 campaign, Merriman reported he had a tear in both his posterior cruciate ligament and lateral collateral ligament, which left untreated, could be career-threatening.