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Serious Business: 8/1 San Diego Chargers Links

Sunday status update: ILB and WR - Kevin Acee
The Chargers are getting their young inside linebackers ready to start. But that is not Plan A for 2011.

What's left to do in the AFC West? - Bill Williamson
4. Malcom Floyd, receiver, San Diego: I think Floyd thought he’d get a better deal. The market is not great. Perhaps he comes back to San Diego.

7-29 Chargers Podcast: Comings And Goings - Craig Elsten
Craig and Dan are back for another 619 Sports Chargers Podcast, this time going through the Bolts’ various roster changes.  Was Weddle overpaid for unreached potential, or was his deal what the market will bear?  We talk about the San Diego safety at length, then move on to other matters, such as Antonio Gates’ lingering foot pain, Kevin Burnett’s apparent departure and much more.

Continuity equals stability up front - Darren Feeney
The Chargers re-signed Jeromey Clary, Scott Mruczkowski and Brandyn Dombrowski, keeping together all eight offensive linemen from last season.

Scouting Siler's fit with the Chiefs - Bill Williamson
"He’s good, not great. He’d be a complement to Derrick Johnson," Williamson said. "Kansas City needs that type of take-on inside linebacker... and Siler does that well. I consider Siler a solid, but unspectacular starter, who is probably best coming off the field on throwing downs."

Mathews struggles in conditioning - Kevin Acee
"My cardio is real good; I don’t get tired," Mathews said. "It’s the speed work. I haven’t been doing much speed work like that. There’s a couple things I probably should have done differently in the offseason, conditioning my legs."