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Serious Business: 2/11 Chargers Links

A Conversation With SI’s Jim Trotter
Is LT the "biggest" athlete in San Diego sports history? Will Don Coryell ever reach the Hall of Fame? SI's Jim Trotter joins 619 Sports to tackle these topics and much more!

The Sports Blogger's Dilemma, And The Introduction Of The Label 'Fan Advocate' - SB Nation
Well aware of this Blogger’s Dilemma, in November of last year SBNation founder and editor-in-chief Tyler Bleszinski sent around a group email to all the SBNation community editors with the subject line stating: "What would you like me to call you?"  The gist of Tyler’s email was that we should no longer label ourselves as "bloggers," as that moniker has a negative connotation with regards to getting press credentials from teams and leagues, but instead we should label ourselves as "editors" or "writers."

NFL Videos: LT's future
LaDainian Tomlinson's time as a Chargers is nearing an end. What does the future hold for the future hall of famer.

Rivers is at the target Super Bowl age - Bill Williamson - ESPN
Rivers has plenty of time. He will turn 29 late in the 2010 season. A quick look at the ages of the last 10 quarterbacks to win their first Super Bowl shows the average age is 28.9.

McShay Mock 2.0 (ESPN Insider)
28. Jahvid Best*, RB, California Best's draft stock could take a big hit depending on how the medical reports (back/neck, concussion) from the combine look. Assuming he checks out, Best likely will be high on the Chargers' board, along with Dan Williams, fellow RBs Ryan Mathews (Fresno State) and Jonathan Dwyer (Georgia Tech), and DT/DE Jared Odrick (Penn State). A healthy Best gets the nod thanks to his game-breaking speed.

Penalty Fun Facts from 2009
San Diego was the only team not called for offensive pass interference all season.

Sound Off: What Should The Chargers Do With Darren Sproles?
Darren Sproles has become an electric player who has earned respect league-wide, and yet as a restricted free agent, his future in sunny San Diego is cloudy at best. While the Chargers have yet to make any significant offseason transactions, their decision on Sproles will be one of the most important moves they make this year. If you were the General Manager, how would you proceed?