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No quick resolution to holdouts |
The Chargers, according to their general manager, have accepted they will be without two of their best players for the majority, if not all, of the 2010 season.

The Schottenheimer All-Stars | Football Outsiders
Last week, we started a weekly series on "coaching all-stars," the best players in the history of some of the NFL's best (and most-travelled) head coaches. This week, we continue with a look at the best players ever coached by Marty Schottenheimer.

Chargers Report: Strategy and Personnel |
While there are other position battles in what should be one of the most spirited camps in years, the two biggest holes are the gaps left vacate by McNeill and Jackson.

Chargers vulnerable after offseason of turmoil, changes |
San Diego Chargers training camp preview 2010.

NFL football holdouts could come in large numbers this offseason - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN
Call it the summer of their discontent, but there are some key veterans who are less than thrilled about their current contractual situations.

Sports pharmacy’s previous operator on DEA’s radar |
The sports pharmacy under federal investigation in San Marcos previously was operated by a different business in Torrance that also had problems with how it filled prescriptions for pro team doctors, according to Drug Enforcement Administration search warrant affidavits.

Position Preview: Linebackers |
San Diego’s linebackers will continue to capitalize on the team’s 3-4 defense as well as provide crucial support for the special teams coverage units.

Friday Leftovers: Turner’s Chat | Chargers Blogs
I’m not sure why — media never turn down free food — but there were leftovers from Norv Turner’s informal chat at Qualcomm Stadium. The chicken sliders and taquitos were my favorites.

Shawne Merriman Wants To Stay In San Diego | MKRob Sports
Merriman plans to report to Chargers training camp on time and expressed excitement about the season. He admits that several key departures have changed the locker room atmosphere but believes the Chargers have a group of core players more than capable of winning a championship.