Mat McBriar

#1P,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 227
Born:
College: Hawaii
Birth Place: Melbourne, Victoria
Draft: Undrafted
  • NFL Power Rankings, Pt. 1: Starting at the Bottom
    Sports Illustrated

    NFL Power Rankings, Pt. 1: Starting at the Bottom

    Because I wanted to give you my rankings, one to 32, of NFL teams after free agency and the draft, and I wanted to put a little meat on the bone, I’ll give you half the league today and half in a special MMQB column Tuesday.

  • While in prison, ex-Chargers QB Ryan Leaf found a purpose
    ESPN.com3 hours ago

    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

  • Chargers special teams guru George Stewart made Anthony Lynn better as a player, so Lynn hired him as a coach
    Los Angeles Times

    Chargers special teams guru George Stewart made Anthony Lynn better as a player, so Lynn hired him as a coach

    George Stewart walked through the terminal at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and saw a stranger with a familiar frame. The broad shoulders, the defined arms, the powerful legs, the tree-trunk neck. Stewart knew this man wasn’t an accountant, wasn’t a chef, wasn’t a salesman. This stranger, he was a football player. It was 1996 and Stewart was traveling to San Francisco to run George Seifert’s special teams units. He was right about that stranger — the man was a football player also headed to the 49ers. He was a backup running back about to enter his third season. His name was Anthony Lynn. Twenty-one years later, the two men have reunited. Lynn tabbed Stewart to fix the Chargers’ special