Morning Dump

SAN DIEGO – At least two Chargers have something at stake during Sunday’s AFC Championship game between Baltimore and New England.

Should the Chargers choose to search the free agent pool to fill their holes, they could improve their roster immensely. Relying on a veteran who understands the schemes, game plans, and speed of the NFL could prove to be a smart move. The Chargers have a lot of young talent and need to bring in leaders with experience, especially on defense.

San Diego native, Chargers fan and professional auto racer Nicholas Esayian felt so strongly about his favorite football team retaining head coach Norv Turner and GM AJ Smith that he paid $1000 for a full-page advertisement in the North County Times admonishing the Chargers for the lack of change.

Now that the deadline for underclassmen to enter the April 26-28 draft has passed and the list of entries has been released by the NFL, we can compile a more accurate mock draft. The only spots in the draft order that need to be determined are the final four, which will be determined through the final playoff results, and the two ties (which will be determined next month with coin flips at the Scouting Combine).

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  • MikeTuck

    I’d like to appologize to the staff writers for the lenghthy ranting about the Chargers Owners and staff. As a fan for so many years my passion for this team still burns. I am opinated and want the City and Fans to get their day at the top. Threatning to move the team is so divisive to the fans and players that it’s a recipe for failure. I’d like to see the Spanos Family succeed but it’s a united effort that does take patience and loyalty to fans and player/family. If you went to war who would you be more willing to protect. A unloyal boss or your family. The disconnect that seems to be with Seau, Humphreys, Brees etc. seems to be with the owners and their direction. I worked for a Utility that was ran like family when I first got on in 78, it changed to a Corp. shortly after. After Golden Handshakes, Executive bonuses, and dividing the workers from family to co-worker they went bankrupt and still managed to give 300 mil to their Execs.

    So I’m speaking first hand about the Chargers left hand being in our back pocket while sucker punching us with the right and laughing all the way to the bank.

    Gene Kline where are you.