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2012 draft order: First look - Pro Football Weekly
San Diego Chargers — Still looking to fill pass-rushing void left by Shawne Merriman.

Chargers stadium week in review: Reprieve - Matthew T. Hall
All the stadium stories you missed since my last roundup while you were looking into anger management classes....

Team begins 2012 in earnest - Christopher Smith
Now that Head Coach Norv Turner and General Manager A.J. Smith are locked into their jobs this year, a full-fledged organizational evaluation begins. Here’s a look at the variables that will be determined in the coming months.

Mayor, Chargers issue statement -
The Chargers and San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders issued a joint statement Monday declaring the franchise will not trigger its Qualcomm Stadium termination clause in 2012 and will continue to work together to explore publically-acceptable ways to build a new Super Bowl-quality stadium in San Diego.

Schefter: Jackson's future is uncertain - Bill Williamson
Schefter reports that Jackson and new Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie will talk Monday. There have been reports that McKenzie may opt for his own coach in Oakland. There also have been reports that Jackson is likely to stay. McKenzie and Jackson share the same agent, so that certainly could help bridge any gap that may exist.

Chargers Free Agency Shopping List: Laron Landry - Ernie Padaon
LaRon is a capable safety. He’s even a top ten safety, when healthy, in most Redskins fans opinions. Landry’s issues on the field are that he’s sometimes a poor tackler and isn’t exactly Ed Reed when it comes to ball-hawking. He is consistent though. He’ll have strings of ten-tackle games, maybe even a forced fumble. He can also consistently miss tackles, or in the case with Brandon Jacobs- get run over.