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Serious Business: 8/10 San Diego Chargers Links

Chargers Fans Fear Losing Their Team - Gerard Wright
"The way everything is shaping, it looks like L.A.," Spangler said. "You hear a lot more about the stadium being built in L.A. than you do here."

Bill Romanowski Calls Albert Haynesworth a Bitch
Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski, who once ended the career of a teammate when he crushed his eye socket during a training camp fight, was a guest on Jim Rome's radio show today. And by the sound of it, he does not think highly of one controversial NFL player.

Bolts' Butler getting a re-start in 2011 - Chris Jenkins
Donald Butler had Takeo Spikes’ number. And then he didn’t. "Fifty-one’s all his now," said Butler. "Fourteen-year vet? What are you gonna say? No???"

Chargers-Seahawks to be on TV in SD -
The Chargers announced on Tuesday that enough tickets have been sold to lift the local TV blackout for Thursday's exhibition opener against the Seattle Seahawks.

Larry English taking positive steps - Kevin Acee
"Everything is feeling good," English said Tuesday morning. "It's progressed a lot over the last week ... It feels good to be doing a little more."

Packers overrated by Power Rankings - Chris Sprow (Insider)
Subsequently, both the computers and oddsmakers believe in the team that was a statistical powerhouse and 7-2 from Oct. 31 on last year. Perhaps the Chargers will fumble the opening kickoff this year, allow their first punt to be returned for a touchdown, get it out of their system and get on with being good. They are.

Better late than never for Antonio Garay - Bill Williamson
In a rare story of extremely late NFL development, Garay emerged as one of the better nose tackles in the NFL last season following several non-descript years as a professional.

Philip Rivers unplugged - Bill Williamson
However, Rivers said Mathews is making strides in all aspects of the game, including pass protection. Rivers said he believes Mathews will only improve as he takes more repetitions.