The Morning Charge – 2/18/11

Running back Frank Summers, who appeared in two games with the Steelers, signed a free-agent contract with the San Diego Chargers, according to media reports.

Thirty-one teams are asking themselves what they need to do better after the Lombardi Trophy from Super Bowl XLV didn’t end the month in a display case at their headquarters.

If NFL championships are the only standard of success, 96.9 percent of the teams fail to achieve it each season. Falling short of Dallas isn’t an indictment of a team’s direction, Philip Rivers told season-ticket holders Wednesday.

A pair of Chargers are spending a portion of the offseason doing what many young career-minded people do: interning.

Most of them don’t happen to be 6-foot-4, 312-pound defensive tackles with multiple years of NFL experience.

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