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Serious Business: 5/24 Chargers Links

The NFL loses American Needle: What it means - Doug Farrar
When the Supreme Court overturned an earlier District Court ruling in the American Needle vs. NFL case, ruling that the NFL must be seen as 32 separate teams and not a single entity for antitrust purposes, it was not an exaggeration to say that in the current labor landscape, it was a major win for the Players' Association.

No doubt: Norv wants to run ball - Nick Canepa
Example: Turner, who calls his own plays, is a pass-first-run-second offensive coordinator. I realize knee-jerk emotional types have little time for research, but if you bothered to study up on Norv’s career, then you know it’s not true. Not close.

AFC West headlines: Orton on the block? - Bill Williamson
GM A.J. Smith isn't worried about the team's unsigned restricted free agents -- linebacker Shawne Merriman, offensive tackle Marcus McNeill and wide receivers Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd.

Denver Broncos' weakness: Quarterback - Bill Williamson
After trading up to use a first-round pick on Tim Tebow, the Broncos now have four interesting players at quarterback. But at least for the short term, they really don’t have one guy who can take this team to where it wants to go in 2010.

Thomas doesn’t feel pressure - Christopher Smith
Rookie DT Thomas is comfortable with expectations and ready to absorb information from coaches and teammates.

First OTAs conclude - Christopher Smith
Pace of practice moves up one notch on fourth day as young players get more reps.

Last, Best Stadium Proposal? Chargers Look Downtown
Mark Fabiani unveiled the team’s "last, best" stadium proposal in a town hall meeting.  A 10-acre, 60,000+ seat football stadium would be located in the East Village just to the east of Petco Park, where the old Wonder Bread building is currently located.