Found January 23, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The 2012 season is over for the San Diego Chargers, and now we look onto the potential 2013 San Diego Chargers roster changes. The Chargers will potentially lose 24 players to free agency in 2013. Let’s start with the players that are safe. Seji Ajirotutu, Danario Alexander, Curtis Brinkley and Richard Goodman are restricted free agents. All of them are not flashy enough to bring many suitors to try to pick them up with them being restricted free agents, but any offer they might receive from other teams, will be matched by the Chargers in any case. Then the next crop of significant free agents are the Norv Turner Disciples. These are free agents I predict will follow Turner to the Cleveland Browns.… Read more
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