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Serious Business: 8/8 San Diego Chargers Links

Always intense Sanders making presence known with new team - Scott Bair
The 2007 NFL Defensive Player of the Year is a Charger now, and after four days of practice it's clear that Sanders is a fearless attacker with only one speed: full throttle

Floyd welcomed 'back' by Chargers teammates - San Jose Mercury News
"That's the first time I've been called up to break the huddle, so that was cool," said the receiver, who joined the Chargers in 2004.

Fantasy Football Draft 2011: Top 10 Defense Rankings - Meany
San Diego’s defense overall is going to play well together on Sunday.  Not a bad fantasy option if you can’t grab one of the other defenses on this list.  

Chargers Offense Under the Microscope - bhaber
The 2010 Chargers offense ranked second in points scored. The unit averaged 27.6 points per game. Only New England averaged more, scoring 32.4 points per game. The Bolts passing attack ranked #1 in the league, averaging 296.6 yards per game. Despite achieving such high accolades with their aerial attack last year, the 2011 Chargers aerial assault should be more lethal.

Faithful football fanatics flock to Chargers Fan Fest - Nina Garin
Die-hard fans were treated to lots of stretching and scrimmaging, punting and catching, and a few Charger Girls routines, too. The free event also gave kids the opportunity to get autographs and interact with the 2011 team.

LT, TD big winners on 'rusher rating' list - Ken Crippen
The reason Tomlinson tops Brown is pretty obvious when you see it in black & white: LT is simply brilliant when it comes to holding on to the football, suffering a fumble on less than 1 percent of all attempts in his career. Brown put up incredible numbers, as we all know, highlighted by an incredible record of 5.22 yards per attempt. But he suffered nearly twice as many fumbles as LT on 740 fewer career attempts.