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Post Full of Links: 7/26 Chargers Links

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You may notice today's links are little heavy on the SignOnSanDiego content.  You can thank Kevin Acee's return from a 3-week vacation for that, in addition to some pre-camp interviews and news coming out.  Also, in collecting the links, I found a lot of other news sources linking to the same U-T stories, so instead of linking to those pages, I'm just linking to the source.

That all said, there is a bit of good information in the links provided below.  So without further ado, I present to you, Post Full of Links for Monday, July 26, 2010.

  • Rivers upbeat as Chargers enter training camp |
    Rivers doesn’t seem to have lost any sleep — sheets soaked in sweat as he awakens in a start from the nightmare of being crippled from his blind side, or frozen in the fear of a sleepless daze as he imagines himself repeatedly unable to find an open receiver.
  • Chargers' coach: ‘We have to go finish the job’ |
    In his annual pre-camp give-and-take with Union-Tribune Chargers beat writer Kevin Acee, Turner addresses perception and reality with his own unique blend of candid coach speak as he discusses players, the schedule, issues and, of course, the holdouts.
  • No movement expected with holdouts as Bolts camp opens |
    We are almost certainly approaching Smith’s last public proclamation on this topic, the final statement maybe coming Friday, the day that Jackson and McNeill (and perhaps Shawne Merriman) will officially be tardy.
  • Report: Chargers, Merriman discussing when he'll report to camp |
    Sources told The San Diego Union-Tribune on Saturday that the Chargers and Merriman are in the early stages of discussing the possibility of the three-time Pro Bowl linebacker signing his one-year, $3.269 million tender and joining the team.
  • Chris Ello: My Lunch With Norv | 619Sports
    Superheroes may do it for you, but I’m looking for Super Bowls. I like to spend my afternoon meals with real men. Men of substance. Men who are referred to as "real" geniuses. Men who, believe it or not, can actually bring laughter to the table from time-to-time.

  • San Diego Chargers Team Report |
    Few Chargers will be watched more closely in the coming days than Antonio Gates. The Chargers' standout tight end has been nursing a foot injury this offseason. It prevented him from participating in minicamp and derailed much of his offseason conditioning.