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Serious Business: 7/25 San Diego Chargers Links

Looks like Chargers to open camp Wednesday - Kevin Acee
Though no one is entirely certain, the Chargers are expecting to begin training camp on Wednesday.

Decision time for the San Diego Chargers - Paul Mahan
As the NFL owners and Union struggle to sign a near 500-page new collective bargaining agreement, San Diego faces a major time crunch to get players signed, into camp and on the field.

Data Points: Value of V-Jax is obvious - Staff
Over the last five seasons, Jackson has emerged as the league’s best big-play threat among wideouts who have caught at least 200 passes. His 17.2 average is a full yard ahead of Packers WR Greg Jennings. And of Jackson’s 209 receptions since 2006, 53 have covered 20 or more yards.

Wanted: a new way to skin the cat - Union-Tribune Editorial Board
The battle over redevelopment in California is far from over, now in the lap of the state Supreme Court and facing a possible referendum for voters to decide next year. But this much is certain no matter what happens in court or at the ballot box: The $500 million in redevelopment money that San Diego Chargers owners had hoped to tap for a new downtown stadium is more uncertain than ever.

Vikings growing concerned Rice will leave - PFW staff
Chargers third-round WR Vincent Brown hasn't met his coaches, but he already is climbing up the team's depth chart. He worked out this summer with QB Philip Rivers and many of his teammates in San Diego, and Rivers said on NFL Network he's excited about the potential of the former San Diego State star.