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Serious Business: 10/17 San Diego Chargers Links

Chargers face different end of spectrum going forward - Kevin Acee
The Chargers are stuck on this "one game at a time" mantra, essentially refusing to get caught up in the debate over the relative ease of their first five games or participate in looking beyond the upcoming Sunday to assess future opponents.

Fire sale in Denver? - Bill Williamson
ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen are reporting that receiver Eddie Royal joins receiver Brandon Lloyd on the trading block. The trade deadline is Tuesday.

Campbell expected to be out for year - Bill Williamson
Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell is expected to miss the rest of the season with a broken collarbone. 

Analyst: Chargers’ best is coming -
Former NFL general manager Charley Casserly likes the Chargers’ improvements in the running game and feels San Diego will continue to play better as the season progresses.

Chargers Podcast: Life Starts At 4-1 - Craig Elsten
Craig and Dan are back to break down the Bolts’ 29-24 win over the Denver Broncos and the storylines which emerged from the game.  How concerned should we be with the Chargers’ defense and their inability to stop the run?  Did the Bolts do a poor job of planning for Tim Tebow’s arrival in the game?  And why is Dan starting to see parallels between the 2011 Chargers and the 1994 team which won the AFC? Find out in our latest Chargers podcast:

Chargers Bye Week Podcast: Five Questions After Five Games - Craig Elsten
Even in an off week there’s plenty to talk about when it comes to the San Diego Chargers.

Novak’s long journey typical for kickers - Chris Jenkins
"I saw Nate (Kaeding) being carted off," said Husted. "Nick came in and I said, "Get ready. You’re gonna get a call.’"