1. San Diego Chargers Net Impressive Value for Third-String QB

    Over the past few weeks two teams have expressed interest in the San Diego Chargers' restricted free agent quarterback Charlie Whitehurst...

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  2. San Diego Chargers Offseason, Part 2: Additions and Subtractions

    Although the San Diego Chargers have not really been making any surprise moves, they have been active this offseason. Part One of this piece took a look at the restricted free agents—notably, who the team tendered and in what fashion...

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  3. San Diego Chargers' Signing Rearranges Offseason Priorities

    With the signing of free agent cornerback Donald Strickland, the San Diego Chargers appear to have addressed one glaring hole on the team...

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  4. LaDainian Tomlinson Signs with New York Jets, Raises a Few Eyebrows

    Following a departure from the San Diego Chargers that alternated between bittersweet (tearful press conference) and contentious (radio interview), LaDainian Tomlinson has now signed with the New York Jets...

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  5. San Diego Chargers: Breaking Down the Offseason, Part I—FA Tenders

    Despite only adding one player thus far (waiver wire running back Marcus Mason), the San Diego Chargers have had a very busy offseason so far...

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  6. Why the Wide Open NFC West Hinges on a Host of Quarterback Questions

    At this point in the NFL season all slates are cleared and no team can be called a clear-cut division favorite. Five out of eight divisions were won by two games or fewer...

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  7. Is Charlie Whitehurst an Underrated Bargaining Chip for San Diego Chargers?

    2006 third-round draft pick Charlie Whitehurst has found himself mired at the bottom of San Diego’s depth chart. The team has its long term answer at quarterback in Philip Rivers, one of four players to earn MVP votes in 2009...

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  8. NFL Free Agency 2010: Veteran Quarterbacks Now Looking for a Home

    The opening volleys to the NFL offseason centered on experienced running backs: Ladainian Tomlinson, Bryan Westbrook, and Thomas Jones were all cut by their respective teams for reaching the point of age-concern...

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  9. LaDainian Tomlinson's Likely Landing Place a Good Fit for All

    While not officially confirmed yet, all signs appear to be pointed toward Ladainian Tomlinson signing with the Minnesota Vikings...

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  10. 2010 NFL Draft: San Diego Chargers Looking for Late Value

    While the order may be in question, it is at least the general consensus that the team has three primary needs this offseason—cornerback, running back, and nose tackle...

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  11. NFL Free Agent Weekend: Great Value or Price Gouging?

    With an uncapped year resulting in over 200 restricted free agents, most of whom would be unrestricted and testing open waters any other year, the few prize names available are being snatched up quickly...

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  12. San Diego Chargers' Three Draft Needs Set, but in What Order Do They Fall?

    With LaDainian Tomlinson and Jamal Williams hitting the open waters of free agency and Antonio Cromartie given a transcontinental change of address, the three big needs for San Diego are obvious: starting running back, nose tackle, and cornerback...

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  13. San Diego's Player Purge Clarifies Draft Needs

    Going into the offseason, San Diego had one primary need to go along with a host of secondary notions. That primary need was, of course, at running back...

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  14. Jake Delhomme Released by Carolina Panthers: In Matt Moore We Trust

    In 2009 Quarterback Matt Moore took over the then 4-7 Panthers and led them to a 4-1 closing stretch. Across that span Moore racked up a 98.5 quarterback rating behind eight touchdowns to just two interceptions...

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  15. Washington Redskins Look To Remake Roster After Rotten '09

    Change was coming to the Washington Redskins.  Early on in the 2009 season, it was considered a foregone conclusion that the team would be turned upside down...

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  16. San Diego Chargers Trade Antonio Cromartie for Delayed Value

    With the Detroit Lions deal breaking down, the San Diego Chargers looked to unload Antonio Cromartie by alternate means.  It was originally stated that the team wished to find an NFC suitor to keep the athletic corner away...

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  17. San Diego Chargers, in Surprising Turn, Tender Sproles, Release Williams

    Following widespread reports that Darren Sproles would go untendered because of the $7 million price tag the San Diego Chargers would attach to the gifted role player, the team has apparently changed its mind...

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  18. San Diego Chargers' Possible First-Round Surprises

    Anyone familiar with the San Diego Chargers and AJ Smith knows that certain truths hold to form consistently with the enigmatic general manager.  The first would be that AJ Smith does not like investing heavily in the free agent market...

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  19. St. Louis Rams Catching on That Combine Isn't Everything

    The last few years one of the league’s worst kept secrets has been how combine climbers don’t always equate to NFL success.  Despite this players often charge up draft boards based solely on a good combine that weighs athleticism over in-game talent...

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  20. Bill Polian's Statements Ruffling Feathers on Indianapolis Colts?

    Bill Polian’s history as a personnel maestro is impeccable.  He has crafted one of this decade’s most consistently successful teams, while smoothly watching older players such as Marvin Harrison transition into young standouts like Austin Collie...

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  21. Can Pride Hamper Dallas Cowboys in 2010?

    The Dallas Cowboys advanced in the playoffs for the first time in over a decade last season.  The success came following a purge of many talented players that did not fit within the chemistry ...

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  22. Are the Baltimore Ravens Treading Wrong Path in Search of Help at Wide Receiver?

    Since landing a young signal caller in whom they have faith in Joe Flacco, the Baltimore Ravens have been a good team considered a stud wide receiver away from joining the ranks of the elite...

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  23. First Real Candidate in Cromartie Trade Talks Underwhelming

    After the San Diego Chargers entered cornerback Antonio Cromartie’s name into the trade arena, several names popped up...

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  24. NFL Combine: Will 2009's Season Help Improve Draft Stock of Rookie Receivers?

    Certain positions are equated with "instant" results. Running backs, for example, usually have fairly short evolution time frames. Trench guys on either side of the ball may take time to refine, but can frequently step into key roles as rookies...

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  25. San Diego Chargers: With LaDainian Tomlinson Gone Focus Now All on Philip Rivers

    In many ways 2008 and 2009 were transition years for the San Diego Chargers when it comes to the team’s franchise face...

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