But when asked about the towels, Weddle said: “It’s not like a big secret or anything. All the teams use them, whatever they are. It’ll come out.”
Weddle said any thoughts that the Chargers cheated were nonsense since they lost.
In Denver, Broncos coach John Fox was asked about the sticky situation.
“You know, I’m not really all over that,” he said. “I’m sure the league has their ways of dealing with it and they’ll let us know the outcome.”
The Chargers (3-3), tied with Denver for the AFC West lead, are coming off their bye weekend and play at Cleveland on Sunday.
AP Pro Football Writer Arnie Stapleton in Denver contributed to this report.
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