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SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 1:  The San Diego Charger-girl Cheerleaders perform against the San Francisco 49ers during their preseason NFL Game on at Qualcomm Stadium in San DIego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 1: The San Diego Charger-girl Cheerleaders perform against the San Francisco 49ers during their preseason NFL Game on at Qualcomm Stadium in San DIego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
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Down to wire for Chargers receivers, others - Kevin Acee
Where Ajiorututu had set himself apart is in kick coverage, as had Goodman. Goodman’s coverage ability, in fact, has prompted comparisons by the coaching staff to former Pro Bowl special teamer Kassim Osgood. And Goodman could also be the team’s primary kickoff returner.  

Chargers move to L.A. looks more likely: Local's look - Freddy Sherman
I'm not sure what the odds are on various existing NFL teams moving to Los Angeles, but I think the chances are getting better and better we will see the San Diego Chargers here sooner rather than later.  

Turner hoping for fast start in 2011 - San Jose Mercury News
On Friday, the day after the Chargers' final preseason game, a 20-17 loss to the 49ers, Turner said he believes his players have done a great job catching up. Those who adjusted the fastest and executed well during the exhibition season will survive the final cuts to be announced on Saturday.

Bryan Walters does all he can do - Arash Markazi
Every NFL team begins training camp with a Bryan Walters -- an unsung, undrafted player who is unlikely to make the team.

San Diego Chargers Retain "Quack" Doctor - Jed Bickman
DUIs, malpractice suits and a rep as an NFL painkiller enabler and addict have caught up with David Chao. So why are the Chargers keeping him on?

Peyton Manning's return for Week 1 leads pressing NFL questions - Sam Farmer
Does San Diego turn the corner and make a serious playoff run? The stage is certainly set for that. The Chargers led the NFL in offense and defense last season, yet missed the playoffs.

The Big Questions About San Diego Chargers Defensive Lines - Dan McLellan
In 2005, the Chargers defense led the NFL in stopping the run. Since then the run defense has been inconsistent. Last year, however, San Diego had a very respectable fourth best run defense. Now there are signs Chargers fans may resort to chanting, "Please Don’t Run!"