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Serious Business: 8/18 San Diego Chargers Links

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Chargers Camp Ends on High Note - Michael Gehlken
The last three days were so good, Norv Turner knew he didn't need to see a fifth.

Touchdown Dancing With the Stars [HQ]
Jordan Todman competes with other rookies to see who has the best touchdown dance ready for the 2011 NFL season.

Chargers' payroll significantly higher for 2011 - Kevin Acee
The Chargers brass had quietly yet consistently indicated over the past couple years that team president Dean Spanos would open his wallet once the new Collective Bargaining Agreement was in place.

Ed Roski isn’t giving up yet on his stadium proposal - Mike Florio
Ed Roski recently made his case for an open-air venue to Bill Dwyre of the Los Angeles Times. 

There's something special about Chargers' Rich Bisaccia - Gary Mihoces
Whistle in hand, Rich Bisaccia runs down the practice field behind the San Diego Chargers kickoff team. At 51, he looks like he could make a tackle. On kickoff returns, he follows the ball carrier as he looks for a crease.

Jammer still himself - Christopher Smith
It’s been nearly a decade since San Diego drafted Quentin Jammer with the fifth overall pick of the 2002 draft. He’s gained six pounds of muscle since, but not much else has changed.

Seat Poaching: A Poor Man's Guide to a Better View - Shane Ryan
As such, I've had to become a seat-poacher. Say what you will about my integrity or basic decency, but it's a title I embrace. I've even devised a comprehensive system, guaranteed to get you into the best seats at no cost, and today I'd like to share it with you.