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Standout Chargers lineman Sweeney dead at 71

Standout Chargers lineman Sweeney dead at 71

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Walt Sweeney, a standout offensive lineman for the San Diego Chargers in the 1960s and 1970s, has died at 71.
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  • Bolts Madness: And the Winner Is..

    Bolts Madness: And the Winner Is..

    chargers.com Feb 4, 2013
    Over 12,000 votes were cast in the finals of our first ever Bolts Madness tournament.  And after a month of head to head battles, a winner was determined. Watch the video below to find out the fan-...
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  • Canepa: Super Bowl Week goes weird

    Canepa: Super Bowl Week goes weird

    signonsandiego.com Feb 4, 2013
    It was not your normal cut-and-dry Super Bowl Week.
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  • Beyoncé's super San Diego snub?

    Beyoncé's super San Diego snub?

    signonsandiego.com Feb 4, 2013
    Beyoncé has announced the dates for her world tour. Alas, San Diego isn't on it.
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: What's next for Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers

    Feb 4
    NEW ORLEANS -- Having snapped the NFC's three-year Super Bowl winning streak, but continued the NFL's recent trend of seeing a lower-seeded hot team ride postseason momentum all the way to the parade-planning stage, the Baltimore Ravens stand astride th…
  • Clayton: Early Super Bowl favorites for 2013

    Feb 4
    Can the Ravens and 49ers get back? Don't count on it. Here are five teams that should be Super Bowl threats in 2013, writes John Clayton.
  • Don Banks: Imperfect and slowed, but Lewis ends career on top with Ravens

    Feb 4
    NEW ORLEANS -- You don't have to buy everything that Ray Lewis is selling -- and plenty of people don't, me included -- to enjoy the storybook ending that was his "last ride.''
  • Don Banks: Much-maligned Lewis ends career on top with Ravens

    Feb 4
    NEW ORLEANS -- You don't have to buy everything that Ray Lewis is selling -- and plenty of people don't, me included -- to enjoy the storybook ending that was his "last ride.''