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Moving to the beach was the easy part.
The day after the lockout ended, former USC CB Shareece Wright received a call from the San Diego Chargers organization, which had drafted him in third round of the 2011 draft.
We were there the next day checking into the hotel getting ready for camp, said Wright.
Wright had spent the months waiting and working, but now the actual work was about to begin.
The way we play man coverage in the NFL is very different than the way we play in college, said Wright.
The technique that made him top dog with the Trojans was no longer going to cut it. The 24-year-old found himself up against full grown men instead of rambunctious teenagers that usually talked bigger than they played.
Im going up against our best receivers in practice and it definitely helped me get better. And when they do better in a game it lets me know that my hard work in practice is paying off.
The feeling was, if nothing else, familiar.
Going into something brand new,...
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The San Diego Chargers are staying put next season.
Owner Dean Spanos said Monday that the team will not exercise its right to move the NFL franchise for at least another year.
The Chargers want to allow more time for efforts to build a new downtown stadium. Spanos and San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders say in a joint statement that they will work closely together to make that happen...
The Chargers will be playing in San Diego next season.
Owner Dean Spanos said Monday that the Chargers will not exercise their right to move for at least one more year.
The team will instead work with the city in an attempt to build a new downtown stadium that would keep the Chargers from leaving.
The Chargers are able to leave San Diego each year until 2020 as long they pay off...
The Chargers have issues on all three levels of the defense. GM A.J. Smith will plug as many holes as possible via free agency and the draft, but much of the improvement must come from within. It starts with three former first-round picks: Antoine Cason, Larry English and Corey Liuget.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers say offensive coordinator Clarence Shelmon has decided not to return next season.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers are staying put next season.
The San Diego Chargers say offensive coordinator Clarence Shelmon has decided not to return next season. Shelmon spent 10 seasons with San Diego and 21 in the NFL. He was offensive coordinator from 2007-2011, although head coach Norv Turner called plays. In a statement released by the team on Tuesday, Shelmon says, "I'm just done.
The Chargers announced Monday they'll stay in San Diego to try again, in the 2012 season.
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The San Diego Chargers say offensive coordinator Clarence Shelmon has decided not to return next season.