Talk about lack of class...more like the 3 stoogies SAN DIEGO (AP) Receiver Keenan McCardell was released Thursday by the San Diego Chargers, who also got rid of linebacker Steve Foley and safety Terrence Kiel, both of whom had multiple run-ins with the law. . ``The way we evaluate players, you're a Charger one year at a time,'' general manager A.J. Smith said. ` `You're judged off the field, on the field, production and work ethic.'' McCardell has had five 1,000-yard seasons, and was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when they won the Super Bowl following the 2002 season. He has 11,117 career receiving yards and 62 touchdowns. He had no catches when the Chargers, who were an NFL-best 14-2 in the regular season, were shocked in their playoff opener by the New England Patriots. Foley was shot three times on Sept. 3 by an off-duty Coronado police officer who suspected him of drunken driving. Foley missed the season and said last month that his career might be over. The outside linebacker, who had 10 sacks in 2004, forfeited $775,000 in salary. Foley has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence of alcohol and faces a trial on May 7. Police say Foley had a blood-alcohol level of 0.233 percent, nearly three times California's legal limit of 0.08 percent. Kiel pleaded guilty last month to felony and misdemeanor drug charges for shipping codeine-based cough syrup to Texas, part of a plea bargain that could allow him to avoid jail time. He was led off the practice field and arrested in the locker room by Drug Enforcement Administration agents on Sept. 26. Kiel still faces charges for urinating outside a nightclub Dec. 18 in downtown San Diego, several hours after the Chargers' home victory against the Kansas City Chiefs.