Posted August 29, 2012 on sdg.scout.com
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The final axe falls on Friday, when the Chargers must trim their roster from 75 down to 53. And because of A.J. Smith's emphasis on bolstering depth this offseason, this will be the most difficult cut-down day of the Norv Turner era. Here is our final projection of what the opening-day roster will look like.
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