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Chargers stadium search week in review - Matthew T. Hall
A week after setting this July 31 deadline in hopes of getting a go-ahead from the Los Angeles City Council to build a football stadium in downtown L.A., AEG's Tim Leiweke lit up the Internet again by telling the Orange County Register about a handful of potential National Football League tenants.

Team Counts of Broken Tackles 2010 - Aaron Schatz
A couple days ago, I posted some numbers for broken tackles by defenders. But with all those tables of individual leaders in broken tackles or "broken tackle rate," I forgot to post team numbers as well. So here is a table showing which defenses had the most or fewest broken tackles in 2010.

Reviewing pass protection - Christopher Smith
Assessing the offensive line is one of the most sophisticated tasks in all of team sports analysis. Figuring out responsibility for sacks allowed is difficult, but offensive line coach Hal Hunter says there were no glaring breakdowns last season.

Video: Shaun Phillips, Stephen Cooper Talk Lockout with 619 Sports
On Friday night at the Hard Rock Hotel in downtown San Diego, Shaun Phillips and Stephen Cooper were the celebrity hosts of the 4th annual Celebrity Dodgeball Tournament benefiting Afterschool All-Stars in San Diego.

AFC West mailbag - Bill Williamson
The Chargers probably won’t pursue T.O. They never have before. I don’t see that changing. Reggie Bush may not be available, I don’t know if the Chargers would shell out big dollars for the local kid if he does become available. I’d say the best bet is Carolina receiver Steve Smith through a trade.

Chargers could take new approach - Bill Williamson
After years of being considered a preseason Super Bowl favorite that never materialized, Rivers is hoping the Chargers can fly under the radar this year after a disappointing non-playoff season in 2010.