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  • Newest players must get in swing | North County Times
    The Chargers identified a few problem spots on the depth chart during training camp and are trying to fix them with a series of veteran acquisitions. The team picked up receiver Patrick Crayton in a trade, cornerback Fred Bennett off waivers and offensive tackle Adam Terry and quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan via free agency over the last week.
  • Team Reports | CBSSports.com
    The recently concluded camp will be known almost for as much as who wasn't here and those in attendance.
  • And we are off! Week 1; Chargers vs. Chiefs | Bolt Talk
    Winning in Arrowhead is never easy, the Chargers currently have won the last few time in Arrowhead, and with one more victory they can tie their all time winning streak against the Chiefs, six games. Further, a win by the Chargers would even out the record between the two teams at 50-50-1.
  • Chiefs vs Chargers: Game Previews | Arrowhead Pride
    Instead of linking to each individual story (at current count, there are four), I'm just linking to the whole list. Arrowhead Pride breaks down many aspects of next week's game between the Chargers and Chiefs.
  • San Diego Chargers: Three things | ESPN
    Three things San Diego needs to work on this week in preparation for Monday’s opener at Kansas City.
  • Kansas City Chiefs: Three things | ESPN
    Three things Kansas City needs to work on this week in preparation for Monday’s opener against visiting San Diego.
  • Bolts punter is back banging | SignOnSanDiego.com
    On his first kick of the 2009 regular season, Chargers punter Mike Scifres doubled over, returned to the sideline and explained to athletic trainer James Collins that when he kicked it felt as if someone had reared back and, in return, kicked him as hard as they could. Down there.
  • Corners Add Depth
    By keeping six cornerbacks, the Chargers have depth at each position and players that can be key contributors on special teams.
  • Newest players must get in swing | North County Times
    The Chargers identified a few problem spots on the depth chart during training camp and are trying to fix them with a series of veteran acquisitions. The team picked up receiver Patrick Crayton in a trade, cornerback Fred Bennett off waivers and offensive tackle Adam Terry and quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan via free agency over the last week.
  • O'Sullivan makes Chargers rethink | SignOnSanDiego.com
    The Chargers altered course Monday, grabbing a third quarterback and setting to work deciding which player to jettison. Also, check out the video in there of Annie interviewing Patrick Crayton.

More links after the jump.  The NFL has changed some rules, some national media sites make their predictions for the 2010 season, and a few other interesting tidbits.