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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel relieved himself of duties as defensive coordinator on a day of massive changes that included the waiving of cornerback Stanford Routt and the signing of defensive tackle Shaun Smith.Upvote Share Tweet
Corey Liuget is improved, not satisfiedsignonsandiego.com Updated Nov 5, 2012Among NFL linemen, only Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has batted down more passes this season than the Chargers defensive end.Upvote Share Tweet
Monday Chargers Report: Back to Workchargers.com Updated Nov 5, 2012After three days off, the Bolts reported back to Chargers Park today to begin preparations for Sunday’s game in Tampa Bay. Game planning started with dissecting the recent success of Doug Martin, w...Upvote Share Tweet
Vincent Jackson has the Chargers' respectsignonsandiego.com Updated Nov 5, 2012After spending his first seven seasons in San Diego, the Buccaneers wide receiver will face his former team Sunday. "He's one of the top five wide receivers in this game," cornerback Quentin Jammer said.Upvote Share Tweet
Bolts Busy Game Planning for Red-Hot Martinchargers.com Updated Nov 5, 2012The Chargers had a rare Sunday off to sit back, relax and watch some football. What they saw out of Tampa Bay’s rookie running back Doug Martin, who they face next, certainly caught their attentio...Upvote Share Tweet
Peter King: Behind Pagano appearance, Colts continue Hollywood-worthy seas…Nov 5Current events: This morning, Chuck Pagano checks into an Indianapolis hospital for a second round of leukemia treatment. Tomorrow, we vote. And for a long time -- weeks, months, years -- the New Jersey/New York/Connecticut region battered by Hurricane …
Don Banks: Return of good old Steelers against Giants means trouble for AF…Nov 5EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Thanks to Hurricane Sandy and its trying aftermath, the Pittsburgh Steelers didn't have an extended stay in the New York-New Jersey region on Sunday. But as it turns out, they were here just long enough to recognize themselves m…