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Serious Business: 6/7 San Diego Chargers Links

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Scouts Inc. likes Jonas Mouton in rewind - Bill Williamson
Shortly after the draft, the group studied Mouton more and understood why the Chargers took him. "We missed on him," Muench said. "I don’t know I would have taken him that high, but it wouldn’t be fair to say it was a big reach." 

EXCLUSIVE Bolt Beat Interview – Andrew Gachkar - Paul Maland
So here it goes, 10 questions with Rookie draft selection Andrew Gachkar!

Report on NFL stadium debt doesn't bode well for Chargers' plans - San Diego New Room
NFL stadiums generally run annual deficits between $8 million to $12 million, and none operate profitably, a city consultant told a San Diego City Council committee today.

Ranking the tight ends - Bill Williamson
1. Antonio Gates, San Diego: Gates, in my mind, is the premier tight end in the NFL. He was having a stunning season in 2010, before injuries derailed it. He is still in his prime and he is a major weapon.

Lack of trust infects L.A. stadium process, too - Mike Florio
As if the NFL didn't have enough trouble with trust, or a lack of it, keeping the league and the players from working out a win-win labor deal, the effort to put a stadium in L.A. also has been marred by mistrust.