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Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Owners meetings are happening this week in Arizona. Teams will decide on new rules for the league and probably take away some of the things that we love about the sport, but we still will end up loving it anyway. One of the rules on the table is the infamous “tuck rule.” Expect to hear a lot of Raiders fans quanging about that lost to the Patriots and how they would have won the Super Bowl if it weren’t for that.

The weekend was boring for the Chargers football front. Let’s see if we can build up more excitement again this week with some signings. Looking for that offensive tackle! Someone else mentioned it here in the comments section also, but I almost want to set my eyes on Sebastian Vollmer now for tackle. Why not go big? Why go for Winston when we can have Vollmer? Not as likely as Winston, but we can hope.

… and dump:

Chargers, NFL descend on Arizona
U-T San Diego
Under a cloudless blue night, around cacti and palm trees and finely-cut grass near colorful orchards that, together, belong on the pages of some gardening magazine, the NFL has arrived. About noon Sunday, the Chargers‘ team plane touched down in

3/18 Arizona Cardinals news: Arians swiping DBs fromChargers, latest NFL free 
Revenge of the Birds
With a slow weekend of Cardinals news, we find a few nuggets around the Web. Kurt Warner’s house sold at auction, someone believes Kevin Kolb is the perfect risk for the Jets. Also, someone quips about how the Cardinals have been taking defensive backs

Was Rex Ryan off target in shots at Chargers front office?
U-T San Diego
THE BEST: 4. Antonio Cromartie, CB. Smith took a huge chance with the No. 19 overall pick of the 2006 draft, given that Cromartie had missed the last year of his career at Florida State with a blown-out ACL and not taken part in the NFL Combine. No 

One Man’s Opinion: Chargers, Raiders show signs of missteps in the off-season
Southwest Riverside News Network
Neither is doing good things right now on the field and at the gate in this important off-season. The Chargers have had continuity in ownership since the mid-1980s with first Alex Spanos, then his son Dean Spanos. As Chargers clean house, fans should 

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