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San Diego Chargers 1/16 Daily Links

Season in review: a tough stretch - Christopher Smith
This is the second of a three-part series reviewing the 2011 season. The Chargers did not play well in the middle portion of the schedule, dropping six consecutive games.

Season in review: strong finish not enough - Christopher Smith
This is the third of a three-part series reviewing the 2011 season. San Diego demolished four of its final five opponents, but was officially eliminated from postseason contention with a disappointing performance at Detroit in Week 16.

Arrowhead anxiety: Turnover off the field causes concern - Kent Babb
Todd Haley walked into the public relations office at Chiefs headquarters on a Thursday in early December. Four days before he was fired as the team’s coach, he wanted to talk about what life was like inside this organization. But he didn’t know who else might be listening.

Report: Chiefs employees live in environment of ‘secrecy, intimidation, and fear’ - Doug Farrar
In addition, the move to general manager Scott Pioli in 2009 started a plan of secrecy in motion that prevented non-football employees — even those who had worked for the team for decades — from accessing certain areas and entire floors of the team's head offices.

How last year's free-agent signings fared - Scott Bair
The Chargers brought in a number of veteran imports to fill roles and accent the roster in 2011. Following is a look at three offseason signings from last season and how they fared:

Making a splash in free agency? - Scott Bair
The Chargers have several key holes to fill this offseason and could chose to bring in impact free agents at certain positions.

Chargers must look at free agency to improve defense - Scott Bair
"if the free agent options are attractive, given the circumstances of our team and the vacancies we have, we're open to pursuing players in that way. There are lots of things we can do."