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Final game won't determine much with Chargers' 53-man roster - Kevin Acee
The final game ... will give the defensive coaching staff, head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith one more look at Stephen Cooper and Kevin Bentley. It is possible that neither is on the team come Saturday, as the team is pleased with its young linebackers.

Jaws, Gruden think Chargers ready for big run - Bill Williamson
The "Monday Night Football" crew held a conference call earlier Wednesday. Some AFC West topics were broached. Let’s take a look at some highlights:

Providing perspective - Christopher Smith
The Chargers visited MCAS Miramar on Wednesday. They left with a great appreciation for the Marines and a renewed perspective on their lives in the NFL.

Sanders adds to defensive mindset - Christopher Smith
The strong safety will intentionally set a physical, intense tone in practice and believes the defense must emulate each day at Chargers Park what they want to accomplish in games.

San Diego Chargers 2011 Season Preview - Lyle Fitzsimmons
Still, put all the enigmas together and there's enough talent left to expect big things for San Diego this year, especially in an AFC West division they'd ruled as kingpins for four straight seasons and five times out of six years prior to missing out on the playoffs with a 9-7 record in 2010.

Chargers owners refute rumor of sale - Mark J. Miller
The Spanos family, however, has other thoughts. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that there is no sale underway. "Never gonna happen," Chargers spokesman Mark Fabiani wrote in an email Tuesday to the paper.

Chargers hope to rebound after playoff-less 2010 - Jim Trotter
With San Diego off to a fourth straight 2-3 start under Turner, the Chiefs rose up to win their first AFC West title since 2003. The question now is whether 2010 was an aberration for San Diego or the start of a trend?