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Serious Business: 8/25 San Diego Chargers Links


Inside LB a position in flux for Bolts - Kevin Acee
It wasn’t the big name fans crave, but the signing of Kevin Bentley yesterday could have significant implications on the makeup of the inside linebacker position for the Chargers, specifically the future of Stephen Cooper.


NFL knows it needs big crowds to make for good TV - Mike Florio
"Our game cannot become a studio game, it’s got to have the pageantry of the coliseum of Rome, it’s got to have the crowds.  And that makes the game more exciting to watch on television."

Offensive line getting healthier - Kevin Acee
Brandyn Dombrowski has played in McNeill's absence, but Tyronne Green has also practiced at left tackle. Green is also a possible starter at right guard, though Louis Vasquez has all but wrapped up that spot with a strong summer.

What's in Store for the San Diego Chargers 2011 Season - Paul Mahan
The San Diego Chargers are halfway through the preseason schedule, and there are more answers than questions, and that is finally something positive.

Scouts Inc. 2011 Top 200 player rankings (Nos. 26-50) - Matt Williamson
28. Antonio Gates - Gates came into the league with rare receiving skills and speed but has grown into his body and become a very effective in-line blocker, as well. He runs routes like a wide receiver with a quick release off the line as well as the ability to get in and out of his breaks with excellent foot quickness and a good burst.

Scramble for the Ball: 2011 AFC Over/Unders - Tom Gower & Mike Kurtz
I think the Chargers will again be very good on offense and defense, and Philip Rivers is still very good. With the weakness in the rest of the division, that’s a very good chance of an over and an even better chance of another AFC West title. Go NOOOOOOOOOOOOORV!

Chargers defense knows success is there for taking - Kevin Acee
After more than three weeks of Manusky and his assistants mentioning takeaways in some fashion in virtually every meeting, conducting turnover drills to start every practice and harping on taking the ball throughout those practices, the Chargers went out and got three takeaways in a 20-7 victory over the Cowboys.