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Scott Kaplan: A.J. Smith's biggest problem was people skillssignonsandiego.com Jan 3, 2013Drew Brees says he has a good relationship with the Saints front office. Philip Rivers says he really didn't have a relationship with the Chargers front office. That, Scott Kaplan says, was a problem for the Chargers.Share TweetEarlier in the week, there was a report that the San Diego Chargers wanted to talk to Penn State coach Bill O’Brien. But it was no sure thing he’d make himself available. Thursday, he did, then he took himself off the market. CBS Sports reports that OShare Tweetchargers.com Jan 3, 2013Kendall Reyes finished the 2012 season as strongly as any member of the Chargers. He ranked third on the team with 5.5 sacks, with 3.5 of them coming in a Week 16 win over the New York Jets. Learn...Share TweetCNNSI.com Jan 3, 2013INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts want offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to stick around a little longer.Share Tweet
Paris: Junior Seau took a backseat to few, and that includes Lewissignonsandiego.com Jan 3, 2013Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis is retiring, and he's being mentioned among the game's all-time best linebackers. Just don't forget the Chargers' Junior Seau when compiling that list.Share TweetThe San Diego Chargers may be looking at a big fish themselves. As Andy Reid reportedly closes in on being hired in Kansas City, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Chargers have been trying to get in on Reid and also want to interview former Chicago BearsShare TweetThe special teams coach helped turn an Achilles' heal into a strength.Share Tweet
Security Kicked Out An Entire Section Of Raiders And Chargers Fansdeadspin.com Jan 3, 2013These seats are the absolute cheapest at Qualcomm Stadium: upper deck, behind an end zone, near the scoreboard. They're empty in this video, but not for a lack of tickets sold. This is the aftermath of a section-wide fight that went down in the fourth q…Share Tweet
Early draft look: ChargersWith the San Diego Chargers’ season over, let’s take an early look at where the team may be heading in the draft. First pick: No. 11 Top draft needs: Tackle, guard, receiver, cornerback. Possible first-round picks: Michigan left tackle Taylor Lewan, CShare Tweet