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Chargers Place Brandon Flowers on IR Among Trio of Moves
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The San Diego Chargers made a trio of transactions on Wednesday, placing CB Brandon Flowers on the “Reserve-Injured” list, signing DT Kaleb Eulls to the active roster and bringing back DT Chuka Ndulue to the practice squad.
Flowers appeared in six games this season, totaling 28 tackles, six tackles for loss, five passes defensed and one interception which he returned for a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans. The nine-year veteran suffered a concussion Week 10 against the Miami Dolphins.
Eulls is a 6-4, 309-pound defensive tackle who has spent seven weeks on the Bolts’ practice squad this year over two separate stints. The Mississippi State product appeared in four games as a rookie with the New Orleans Saints last season.
Ndulue returns to the Chargers after spending most of the 2015 campaign on the team’s practice squad. He appeared in four preseason games with the Bolts this year, totaling eight tackles and one sack.