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Sign on San Diego:
Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani told a roomful of regional leaders Wednesday that a new football stadium is more likely to get built with political and financial support from around the county, and that a public vote on the venue would almost certainly slip to 2013.
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Throughout the 2012 offseason, we will be taking a look at each NFL team from a keeper/dynasty perspective. Keeper leagues are very unique, with widely varying formats, but the following are observations based on reasonable draft positions in 2011. Further discussion of different keeper/dynasty decisions and trades is welcome in the comments below. Today, we look at the Offseason...
San Diego's defense is bracing for an overhaul. It could start on the defensive line, where seven-year veteran Luis Castillo (due $4.9 million in 2012) is likely to be released. That will create a need up front; and the Chargers got an up-close look at a potential replacement at last week's Senior Bowl.
Takeo Spikes on the Chargers bouncing back. (NBC Sports)
NC State legendary quarterback Philip Rivers was on 99.9 Thursday afternoon discussing NC State and his career.
Chargers quarterback, in town NFL Man of Year finalist, taking notes.
ANALYSIS: Would Chargers be in their second Super Bowl? Would Rivers have won big games for Steelers?
Former Bolts head coach is back in the Super Bowl with Giants, still seeks another shot at top job.
Chargers' quarterback one of three finalists for NFL Man of the Year Award