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Serious Business: 4/28 Chargers Links

Russell’s release to come this week? -
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora considers JaMarcus Russell‘s release by the Raiders a matter of when, not if. And the when could come before this weekend’s minicamp in Alameda, Calif.

Broncos deal with eye on chasing Chargers - Mike Klis (H/T MHR)
Overpowered by the San Diego Chargers at the line of scrimmage for years, the Broncos went into free agency and spent $50 million to rebuild a new, three-man defensive line, then used the draft to add a tackle, a guard and a center to their offensive front.

"LT: nothing against Chargers, just AJ" by Bolts Bulletin
"I would hope so, because I really have a lot of respect for the Spanos family," Tomlinson said. "But my relationship with A.J. has been rocky. And so it’s hard for me. It’s hard for me to just accept going to retire with the Chargers with A.J. being there."

Free-agent signings spur competition - Kevin Acee -
Among the 20 undrafted free agents signed since the NFL draft ended Saturday, the Chargers found competitors for depth on their offensive line, perhaps injury protection at wide receiver and an intriguing candidate to throw into the battle to be the third running back.