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Serious Business: 10/14 San Diego Chargers Links

Smith speaks about injuries, the need to 'move on' - Kevin Acee
"The Packers lost a lot of guys last year," Smith said. "Their injured reserve list was as long as my arm. You move on."

Turner runs wild in play-calling - Kevin Acee
Norv Turner turning turtle has been an easy target for a while now, more so as the offense has recently had an uncharacteristically difficult time scoring points. But the Chargers’ head coach and offensive play caller has his reasons for pulling the reins at times.

Bye week practices focused on future - Scott Bair
The relaxing part of the bye week has officially begun. Following Monday's workout and two days spent preparing for future opponents and correcting mistakes, Chargers players are off for the next four days.

Chargers hit bye with eye to future - Jay Paris
What's great about the Chargers resting Sunday is they play for real that much sooner. The team has won four of five, but considering the NFL doormats they've wiped their cleats on ... so what?

Chat wrap: Battle tested in K.C. - Bill Williamson
Jefffree from San Diego, CA.: What's up with Jordan Todman and Vincent Brown? Been anxious to see what they could do in the field. BW: They are youngsters learning the system. I wouldn't write these guys off. The Chargers' roster is stacked, so these guys are depth at this point, for this season.

Players get rest - Christopher Smith
San Diego (4-1) will return to the practice field Monday to continue preparation for the New York Jets after savoring a long bye weekend.

Red zone offense under a microscope - Darren Feeney
The Chargers have been one of the NFL’s best teams in the red zone under Head Coach Norv Turner, but after falling short of its typical high standard, the team is striving to improve its execution inside the 20.