Posted January 31, 2012 on
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.

Offseason Odyssey: San Diego Chargers

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...

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