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Serious Business: 5/26 San Diego Chargers Links

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Nobody said it was going to be easy - Tom Blair
Big shots: Freed from workouts by the NFL lockout, Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips celebrated his 30th birthday at Fluxx nightclub. Phillips’ crew was presented with 29 mini-bottles of Moet. But the birthday boy got the big prize: a six-liter behemoth of Ace of Spades. Before showering the crowd with the bubbly, Phillips passed out rain ponchos.

Top 33 quarterbacks heading into the 2011 NFL season: Fan's view - Gil Alcaraz IV
4. Philip Rivers(notes), San Diego Chargers: The fact that the Chargers had the No. 1 offense in the NFL in 2010 despite multiple receiving corps injuries gives evidence to the elite quarterback that Rivers is.

San Diego Chargers Review, NFL Draft - Scott Wright
Few organizations have done a better job of producing home-grown talent over the last decade than San Diego. However, some questionable personnel moves in recent years, along with a confrontational management style, have damaged the reputation of General Manager A.J. "The Lord of No Rings" Smith. Fortunately the 2011 NFL Draft offered an opportunity to get back on the right track.

Mr. Smith Goes To San Diego? Rivers: "I'm All For It" - Abe Brown
"Bring it on," Rivers said with a laugh when asked about [Steve] Smith. "We have a great deal of weapons, and I certainly appreciate each and every one of them, but any chance you can add a guy of that caliber, I’m all for it." 

Coaches file brief, side with players
NFL coaches are teaming up with the players in their legal fight to end the owner-imposed lockout.