Michael Toudouze

#73T,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 300
Born:
College: TCU
Birth Place: San Antonio, Texas
Draft: 2006 5th round (29th pick) by the
  • Report: Travis Benjamin to get shot as Chargers' punt returner
    Chargers Wire

    Report: Travis Benjamin to get shot as Chargers' punt returner

    After not getting much of a chance in 2016, Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin will get a shot as the team’s primary punt returner in 2017, according to Pro Football Focus. Benjamin has excellent experience at the position, but saw his usage in that role plummet upon arriving in Los Angeles. In 2013, Benjamin was able to turn 22 returns into 257 yards and scored a touchdown while a member of the Cleveland Browns. In 2015, he set career-highs in returns and return yards with 27 and 324, respectively. In 2016, Benjamin saw his returns decrease dramatically to just nine attempts, with the team choosing to give Chargers receivers Isaiah Burse and Dexter McCluster the majority of the

  • Chargers Roster Breakdowns, 90-in-90: LS Mike Windt
    Bolts From The Blue6 hours ago

    Chargers Roster Breakdowns, 90-in-90: LS Mike Windt

    Player Factfile: Name: Mike Windt Age: 30 Position: LS College: Cincinnati NFL games played: 101 Games played for the Chargers: 101 Fun fact: Researching this was not easy. One thing that made it even harder was that Mike Windt's had his Twitter account suspended! (No idea what for). How does a 16 year old decide to become a Long Snapper? Well, in Mike Windt's case, it was all down to his father, Joe Windt. Joe had never played football, but as a keen bowler and softball player, he knew arm talent when he saw it. Joe saw that Mike had a unique ability - namely, that he could snap a ball both faster and more accurately than he could throw it overhand. If you were told 'I don't think quarterback

  • Beth Mowins will make history when Broncos host Chargers in Week 1
    Broncos Wire

    Beth Mowins will make history when Broncos host Chargers in Week 1

    History will be made when the Broncos face the Chargers on “Monday Night Football” on Sept. 11, Denver’s first game of the 2017 NFL season. Beth Mowins, who has called Raiders preseason games since 2015 and college football games for ESPN since 2005, will become the first women since 1987 to call a regular season NFL game. Mowins, who will handle play-by-play duties for the MNF showdown, will be joined by former NFL coach Rex Ryan in the broadcast booth. Mowins is the first woman to call an NFL game since Gayle Sierens 30 years ago. Mowins is not concerned about potential resistance she could face from some fans. “I understand it’s out there and you run into it from time to time, but my focus