Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Week

By Ernie Padaon

Jul 8, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive tackle Mike Harris throws out the first pitch prior to the San Diego Padres game against the Colorado Rockies at Petco Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego Chargers salary cap outlook: Bargains and busts at wide receiver
Yahoo! Sports (blog)
Floyd will earn $4.25 million in cash in 2013, but his $2.667 million cap hit is just 46th among NFL wide receivers in 2013 and is the third-highest cap hit among the Chargers‘ receiving corps, trailing free agent busts Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal.

The Chargers Want $700 Million In Public Money For A New Stadium
Per Neil deMause, this entire article reads like a press release for the Chargers. And why not? The new owner of the Union-Tribune hasn’t been shy about declaring the paper needs to be a “cheerleader” for “promoting the new stadium.” The new publisher 

Shutdown Countdown: San Diego Chargers don’t offer a lot of reason for optimism
Yahoo! Canada Sports (blog)
For a time last decade, the San Diego Chargers had arguably the most talented roster in football. They went to one AFC championship game and lost. TheChargers‘ championship window has closed, and there’s not much reason to be excited for their 2013 

A New Old News Article about the San DiegoChargers Stadium Situation
Bolts from the Blue
Besides, it’s time to start getting ready for football season (just 2 1/2 weeks left to go!!!). Let’s briefly review why the Chargers‘ stadium situation hasn’t really changed, going back to 2010. In the interests of brevity, we’ll take these in reverse