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Inside Nick Hardwick's home (and a tour of his Chargers memorabilia) - San Diego Union-Tribune (video)
Take a trip down memory lane with Nick Hardwick as he takes us through the Chargers memorabilia inside his Point Loma home.

Free agency: A fun player addition for each AFC team - Gregg Rosenthal
GM Tom Telesco is going to be hunting for two to three O-line starters this offseason and could use help at any position. While the Packers don't like paying 29-year-old guards superstar money, Telesco doesn't have the same luxury. He's looking to make up for the mistakes of free agency past, like guard Orlando Franklin.

Out in Jacksonville, Gus Bradley sees special opportunity with Chargers - Eric Williams
"So much about coaching is about fulfilling your own personal desires," said Bradley, who compiled a 14-48 record as head coach. "I love to coach. I love building a personal relationship with the players. I love the competition. I love that we’re trying to take something from here to another level.

I’m retiring from the NFL with no regrets - Geoff Schwartz
There’s nothing I regret from my career. I wish things in New York would have worked out better. I waited six years to sign that second contract, worked for it, and got it. But once I got to New York, I only played in 13 of 32 games, and I wasn’t close to being 100 percent healthy in any of those games. I understand we all play through injuries, and that excuse is somewhat hollow, but it’s what happened. I’m disappointed I couldn’t live up to that deal.

Will Chargers kick the tires on Jared Odrick? - Eric Williams
Now that Odrick has been released, he could make sense for the Chargers as depth behind Joey Bosa at the big defensive end position in new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s scheme, lining up on the strong side of the formation. Odrick would not break the bank and would give Bradley someone familiar with his scheme and philosophy.