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Serious Business: 3/15 Chargers Links

Browns trade Wimbley to Raiders |
There's no word yet on what the Raiders sent to the Browns in exchange for Wimbley.

Two years, $5.1 million for L.T. |
The New York Jets declined, we're told, the ability to match the two-year, $5 million contract that running back Thomas Jones signed with the Chiefs. They matched that number and added $100,000 in order to get LaDainian Tomlinson under contract.

Ten logical cap casualties for 2010 - ESPN
While NFL owners appear willing to lock out their players in 2011, they already have one advantage that none of the owners in other professional sports have: nonguaranteed contracts.

DT leads strongest positions - ESPN
Most NFL personnel people agree that the overall 2010 draft class is one of the deepest in recent years. The offensive skill positions are not particularly strong but this is a great year for teams to have multiple picks in any or all of the first three rounds. Here's Scouts Inc.'s breakdown of the best and worst position groups, as well as those with big talent disparities, and we also take a look at our updated ranking of the top 32 overall prospects on the board.

AFC West mailbag - ESPN
I know a lot of mock drafts have San Diego taking Mathews. He told me at the NFL combine last month that he had a good interview with the team. Still, it is a deep running back class and I think the Chargers will covet several players. If a nose tackle like Terrence Cody is available at No. 28, I could see San Diego filling that need first and then taking a running back later. In short, Mathews fits San Diego’s offense and he could be the choice, but he is one of several options.

Quinn sent to Broncos for Hillis, picks - ESPN
John Clayton breaks down the deal sending Brady Quinn to Denver for FB Peyton Hillis and two draft picks.