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Serious Business: 8/20 San Diego Chargers Links

Denver's stadium, downtown a case study for Chargers - Matthew T. Hall
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders visited Denver’s football stadium and its nearby LoDo District on Friday. It was the last leg of a three-day, three-city U.S. tour of sports venues and downtown entertainment zones designed to drum up ideas and interest for building the Chargers an East Village stadium.

Tight ends share mutual admiration - Todd Archer
Jason Witten and Antonio Gates have set the standard at position with different styles.

Chargers not close to LA move - Arash Markazi
It would take a miracle of biblical proportions for the San Diego Chargers to move to Los Angeles next year, in the eyes of the man in charge of finding the team a new stadium.

With 49ers in rearview mirror, LaBoy hopes he can help Chargers win Super Bowl - Michael Gehlken
"We talked about how close he was (to winning a Super Bowl) ... and just that whole process of how (the Cardinals) got there and what they overcame," Pagano said. "Having guys like that around with experience, it helps. It's big."

Do Tight Ends matter in Fantasy Football? - The Inquisitr
1.Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers- there is some risk given his foot issues, however we can effectively argue that he is the greatest TE to ever play football. On top of that he plays on a team with a great QB. Furthermore San Diego led the NFL is passing yards a year ago.

Change is Gonna Come for the San Diego Chargers Defense - Bryan Nichols
The NFL’s 2010 number one rated defense heads into 2011 already leading the league in turnover (not turnovers as in fumbles/interceptions, but in roster turnover).

Sanders: Indy an 'excellent model' for Chargers - Matthew T. Hall
A closer look at Indianapolis, where construction and operation of a new stadium was tied to a convention center expansion, shows the approach has parallels and pitfalls for San Diego, where the Chargers envision something similar.

Workout with Cowboys goes well - Kevin Acee
Coaches got out of their first practice in Dallas pretty much what they wanted to—seeing different looks and different faces from the Cowboys than they are used to. The competition also helped them maintain an intensity they have actually been surprised to have been able to maintain throughout camp.