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Serious Business: 7/26 San Diego Chargers Links

After lockout, it’s clearly a better world for NFL players - Mark Whicker
The only crumb on this gleaming new NFL table is the fact that this collective bargaining agreement lasts through 2020.

2011 back to work FYI - Bill Williamson
Readiness factor: The Chargers may be one of the most prepared teams in the NFL after the long lockout. Quarterback Philip Rivers has held workouts with many players since March, and several players got together four days a week.

AEG, LA agree to stadium financing as Chargers still seek funds for San Diego - Gerald Nicdao
While the Chargers and the City of San Diego look for new financing options for a stadium in downtown San Diego, Los Angeles is moving forward with its own downtown stadium project.

NFL Deal may mean boost for Chargers' New Stadium - San Diego 6
Phillip Rivers told the NFL Network Monday, "not only will guys be physically more fresh and ready I think the biggest thing this lockout has done in a positive way is guys minds are going to be fresh."

Chargers, Chiefs react to new CBA - Bill Williamson
This new agreement is fair for both sides. Neither side got everything they wanted. It will give us labor peace for 10 years and helps secure the long-term future of the game.

Vincent Jackson's future uncertain - news services
"Vincent is a great player for us and we drafted him with high expectations," Chargers general manager A.J. Smith told the San Diego Union Tribune on Monday night.