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Serious Business: 6/11 San Diego Chargers Links

San Diego Chargers spokesman: Alex Spanos' stake no longer for sale - Jacob Adelman
San Diego Chargers owner Alex Spanos is no longer looking to sell at least part of his stake in the NFL franchise, a team official said Friday.

Underrated, but strong up the middle - John Clayton
Even without former Pro Bowlers and first-round picks, this is one stout team

EXCLUSIVE Bolt Beat Interview: Traye Simmons - Paul Maland
One of the things that the San Diego Chargers do as well if not better than any NFL team is finding Undrafted Free Agent talent. Defensive Back Traye Simmons is no exception to this trait.

AEG Has Spoken With 5 NFL Teams About Move to L.A. (Report) - The Hollywood Reporter
AEG has spoken to five NFL teams about a move to Los Angeles, and billionaire Philip Anschutz is prepared to acquire majority ownership in any franchise in his bid to bring a team to the proposed Farmers Field, the Orange County Register reported.

Scouts Inc. backs Smith on pick - Christopher Smith
The Chargers created some discussion by selecting Michigan linebacker Jonas Mouton in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. A service employed by ESPN took a second look at Mouton’s college video and voiced confidence in San Diego’s pick.

Chargers' Turner Can't Turn Blind Eye To Turnovers - Abe Brown
"Offensively, the No. 1 thing for us is taking care of the football," Turner told Christopher Smith of "That’s the area we have to improve the most."

Philip Rivers on labor dispute - Aaron Wilson
"It makes everybody nervous,'' Rivers told the North County Times. "The fans, players and owners. I just hope we don't miss games. I hope everybody feels the same way and won't let that happen.'