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Serious Business: 11/16 San Diego Chargers Links

Brown shows 'it' for Bolts - Kevin Acee
It doesn’t matter that you could watch the replay 100 times and not see what Hochuli saw. What matters is that Brown proved in two plays something the Chargers already had a strong suspicion about. "He’s got it," veteran receiver Patrick Crayton said. "He’s got it."

Chargers to add lineman, maybe linemen - Kevin Acee
The Chargers tried out four linemen on Tuesday. They could still sign a second of the four.

Scouting the Chicago Bears - Scott Bair
Player to watch: Matt Forte, RB — The Bears' offense runs through Forte, who ranks among the league's most productive players with 1,508 total yards and four touchdowns. He's the biggest reason for Chicago's offensive renaissance and continues to produce despite a contract dispute hanging over his head.

Chargers fortify O-line - Christopher Smith
San Diego acted to stabilize its offensive line Tuesday after missing three starters due to injury by the end of Thursday's game. The team released Darryl Gamble to make room on the roster.

Strength against strength - Christopher Smith
Mike Scifres and one of the NFL’s best punt teams face Chicago returner Devin Hester in one of the marquee special teams matchups of San Diego’s season.

AFC West Stock Watch - Bill Williamson
The Chargers have lost four straight games and are now 4-5. This team looks incapable of doing what it takes to win right now. If the Chargers continue to flounder and don’t make the playoffs for the second straight year, there will be calls for general manager A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner to be fired.

Chargers add to battered O-line - Bill Williamson
To help beef up the unit, San Diego signed veteran Tony Moll. He has started 21 games for Green Bay and Baltimore, from 2006 to 2010. He was last with Jacksonville this summer.