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10 Biggest NFL Injury Concerns To Monitor in Training Camp

Published on: 2nd June, 2010

Injuries are a part of the high-impact sport of football. How a team copes with its injuries is generally a much greater barometer for success than how well it can avoid them. At this time of year NFL teams have relatively few health concerns to deal with, ...

On the Hot Seat—Players San Diego Could Let Walk in 2011.

Published on: 19th May, 2010

San Diego's 2010 offseason was filled with roster turnover as the team elected to go younger and cheaper at seveal positions including nose tackle and running back. 2011 could produce much the same as San Diego stands well positioned for the draft while facing a number of tough free ...

NFL’s Highest Pressure Rookies in 2010

Published on: 15th May, 2010

NFL rookies come into the league with high hopes and high expectations. Until they take the field every first-rounder's a perrenial pro-bowler while each second and third can become a day one starter. The truth generally comes up something short of expectation, that is especially true when additional factors add ...

Roy Williams: Dallas Cowboys Receiver Not Content with Being Benched

Published on: 13th May, 2010

NFL training camps are still in the voluntary workout stage across the league, a time where nothing is decided and positions remain undetermined. Nevertheless, with no starting positions announced, wide receiver Roy Williams took the liberty of stating his position within the Dallas Cowboys organization for all who may be wondering. “I ...

San Diego Chargers’ Shawn Merriman—New Agent a Sign of Imminent Departure?

Published on: 13th May, 2010

San Diego Chargers' linebacker Shawne Merriman may have taken the most important steps towards putting on a different uniform when he fired longtime agent Tom Condon in favor of David Dunn. What this tells us if nothing else is that Merriman has no intention of playing 2010 under the restricted free ...

Rising from the Scrap Heap: Who Will Be the Most Successful Veteran Castoff

Published on: 11th May, 2010

NFL teams are always looking to save a little money by letting go of pricey veterans in favor of younger, cheaper options who pair less mileage with lower (unless picked in the top 10 of the draft) contracts. Many time this proves to be the right move as 30-something ...

NFL Dark Horse Rookies for the 2010 Season

Published on: 6th May, 2010

What makes a dark horse? Everyone has their own definition and opinion, but the most common shared theme is a player whose hype ranks far below his performance. What rookies have that? And how do you judge where the hype ranks? This slide show will attempt to look ...

Shawne Merriman: The San Diego Chargers’ Greatest Thorn This Offseason

Published on: 5th May, 2010

Given the rather sweeping motions taken by general manager A.J. Smith, it would appear that much of the offseason has proceeded as planned. Several overpaid and underproductive veterans like Jamal Williams, Antonio Cromartie, and LaDainian Tomlinson were jettisoned while a few puzzle pieces (cornerbacks Nathan Vasher and ...

San Diego Chargers Fans: A Call To Action

Published on: 4th May, 2010

San Diego has had a lot of greats throughout its history. From Dan Fouts helming the "air Coryell era" to Junior Seau leading the charge of a surprise super-bowl appearance. Bleacher Report has sent out a memo asking featured columnists to compile a piece representing the "top 50 players of all ...

San Diego Chargers: How Has the Offseason Affected Opponents?

Published on: 4th May, 2010

A few changes may come to pass before the season begins, especially should a key injury befall any of the listed teams. That said, with the opening rounds of free agency and the draft shrinking in the rear view mirror, it would appear that the bulk of personnel moves ...

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