The offseason is officially underway. Boltheads seem to be undecided as to their expectations under the new regime in San Diego. The one thing we can all agree on is that the roster needs to be revamped.
However, new general manager Tom Telesco hasn't yet revealed his plan. According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Telesco hopes to upgrade via the draft. Of course, that's what AJ Smith promised as well. But AJ's draft record from 2007-2009 couldn't offset the defections via free agency.
The one position we know they won't be addressing is quarterback. Even though Philip Rivers has much to prove, his $12,000,000 salary is by far the team's highest. You could argue that the Chargers are even more invested in retaining Rivers than the Jets are their insistence on developing Mark Sanchez. Here's hoping all that commitment worth it.
Here are three facets which the Chargers should prioritize as their focus for this offseason.