Now that the 2015 NFL season is over, Eric Weddle‘s days with the San Diego Chargers look to be officially over and it doesn’t seem that he will have any dialogue with them this offseason, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Eric Weddle said he probably won’t get reason why past couple weeks went as they did “because I probably won’t ever speak to them again.”
— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) January 4, 2016
Weddle was not allowed to travel with the team to Denver in its last game of the season against the Broncos after he was placed on injured reserve with a groin injury.
Weddle’s agent said that the safety did not wish to be placed on the IR and was seen sprinting at practice the day before the team left for Denver.
That week Weddle’s agent also announced that the team fined him $10,000 for watching his daughter perform at halftime with the team’s cheerleaders without informing his coaches.
The rift between the team and Weddle began last offseason when the team refused to negotiate an extension with him heading into the last year of his contract.
Weddle spent nine years with the team and was a two-time first-team All-Pro and was selected to three Pro Bowls.