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Serious Business: 1/9 San Diego Chargers Links

Carson Palmer #3 of the Oakland Raiders throws a pass against the San Diego Chargers at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Carson Palmer #3 of the Oakland Raiders throws a pass against the San Diego Chargers at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
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Chargers will clean house before remodeling - Kevin Acee
There are decisions to be made at nose tackle. The Chargers are still uncertain whether Thomas is a bona fide starter. And given his health limitations they might not be serious contenders in the market for unrestricted free agent Antonio Garay.

Bolts will stay at Qualcomm Stadium for 2012 season - Scott Bair
The Chargers are staying in San Diego for another year. The team plans to issue a joint statement with the city of San Diego on Monday stating that the team will not exercise the out clause in its Qualcomm Stadium lease for 2012.

Decisions to make with prominent names among team's 19 free agents - Scott Bair
The Chargers' roster will have a dramatically different look next season. General manager A.J. Smith conceded that point last week with a harsh evaluation of his own personnel decisions and the team's performance

Antwan Barnes fined $25,000 - Bill Williamson
The NFL has fined San Diego Chargers linebacker Antwan Barnes $25,000 for bumping a referee Sunday in the Chargers' 38-26 win at Oakland.

Weddle named All-Pro safety - Christopher Smith
Eric Weddle received one of the most respected honors an NFL player can receive during his career, earning first-team All-Pro honors by vote of The Associated Press.

Turner, Pagano discuss promotion - Bill Williamson
On the likelihood of bringing most the coaches back: "That’s up to Coach Turner. I hope so. This thing is about us. Those guys have their thumbprint on this defense just as much as I have. I’ve been here just a few years more."

AFC West mailbag - Bill Williamson
Rivers just turned 30 and he is still in the prime of his career. He finished the season fairly strong. As long as the offensive line is competitive and the Chargers make some upgrades on offense, Rivers should be fine no matter whom his coach is.