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Holland Wed, 26 Nov 2008 05:56:28 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Training Camp: Leveling of the O-Line The Chargers have used the first week of training camp to work some new offensive linemen into the mix. Jeremy Newberry and Cory Withrow are splitting the reps at center in Nick Hardwick's absence, while L.J. Shelton is fighting to get onto the field, as well. Jaime Cattano eyes the offensive line in this exclusive report from training camp. 2047 Jaime Cattano Mon, 04 Aug 2008 02:00:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout TC: What to Watch for on Offense Training camp is here and has got you covered. Samantha Fillerup kicks things off by identifying the story lines worth watching on the offensive side of the ball. From the development of three sophomore pass-catchers to the health two Pro Bowlers, we have every angle covered. 2047 Samantha Fillerup Sat, 19 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Joe Robbins - Getty Images Sport Scout Training Camp Battle Preview: Starting Center Recovering from foot surgery, Nick Hardwick will likely miss the first month of the season. As training camp inches closer, expect a battle of the fittest. Cory Withrow, Hardwick's backup last year, looks to grab the starting spot but has one major obstacle- Jeremy Newberry. The newly signed veteran has the experience and fight to challenge Withrow. 2047 Jaime Cattano Sat, 28 Jun 2008 22:30:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers Power Rankings: Nos. 50-56 The Chargers boast one of the NFL's most gifted rosters with more than a dozen players with Pro Bowl experience. But how do these players stack up?'s Samantha Fillerup analyzed all 56 players who have a shot at making the active roster and ranked them all. Discover spots 50-56 in the first installment of this series. 2047 Samantha Fillerup Sat, 14 Jun 2008 22:30:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Breaking Down the Bolts: Offensive Line The offensive line needed attention after Shane Olivea's release and Nick Hardwick's injury, so the Bolts signed new faces to mend gaps and provide depth. While Jeremy Newberry steps over Cory Withrow for the starting role, L.J. Shelton gives the line solid injury protection. The Bolts see a smooth transition as they enter the new season. 2047 Jaime Cattano Thu, 05 Jun 2008 04:18:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout If I were a carpenter… With NFL executives taking vacations and savoring the slow point of the NFL calendar, Chargers expert Michael Lombardo steps up to the plate and offers a simple maneuver that could solidify San Diego's offensive line, especially early in the season. Find out how the Bolts could shore up their interior line…without signing Jeremy Newberry. 2047 Michael Lombardo Sat, 17 May 2008 20:41:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout NFL Cougar Highlights: Week 13 BUFFALO KICKER Rian Lindell was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Washington on Sunday. The WSU great was true on five field goals including the game winner with four seconds remaining as the Bills defeated the Redskins, 17-16. It was Lindell's ninth career game-winning boot in 10 tries. Is a Pro Bowl selection looming for Buffalo's clutch kicker? 2047 JOHN C. WITTER Wed, 05 Dec 2007 04:39:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Rian Lindell Scout Bolts Offense Gets Centered Nick Hardwick is the center of attention. The Chargers offense dusted off its 2006 blueprints and looked to be its old self in Sunday's 32-14 win over the Baltimore Ravens. 2047 Staff Thu, 29 Nov 2007 06:12:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Centered on Hardwick After four weeks of nursing a foot injury, Nick Hardwick returned to tangle with a tough Ravens run defense. His comeback paved the way for Philip Rivers to author his best game of the season. 2047 Amberly Richardson Wed, 28 Nov 2007 07:04:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Bolts, Ravens Face Tough Questions Here come the visiting Baltimore Ravens to face the struggling Chargers on Sunday, with the home team juggling a nest full of problems. Just what ails the Chargers, who have plummeted from a nifty, preseason pick to reach the Super Bowl to trying valiantly to keep their head above the .500 mark? 2047 Fri, 23 Nov 2007 06:31:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Christian Petersen/Getty Images Scout Bolts-Jaguars Game-day Primer The Chargers attempt to notch their second consecutive win over a winning team when they travel to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars. The Jaguars' twofold mission is to run the ball and stop the run. The Chargers game plan is much of the same, although they need Philip Rivers to provide some balance if they are to leave victorious. 2047 Michael Lombardo Sun, 18 Nov 2007 03:40:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Sunday Snapshot The Chargers ran all over the Jaguars the last time these teams met, piling up 173 yards on the ground en route to a 34-21 victory. Check out the keys to the game and injury updates to gauge the chances of a repeat performance. 2047 Staff Sat, 17 Nov 2007 02:31:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers Prepare to Pounce on Jaguars Norv Turner plans to let Philip Rivers ease into the pool to help the offense make a splash. On the other side, Ted Cottrell schemes to stop a three-headed rushing attack that includes Maurice Jones-Drew, Fred Taylor and David Garrard. 2047 Staff Fri, 16 Nov 2007 05:18:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg (AP Photo/Winslow Townson) Scout Utterly Offensive It's beyond explanation -- why does the Chargers' offense stink? It has the NFL's reigning MVP in running back LaDainian Tomlinson. It has a Pro Bowl fullback in Lorenzo Neal. It has a Pro Bowl quarterback in Philip Rivers. It has a so-called offensive genius calling the plays in Norv Turner. And yet, the unit is rated No. 25 in the NFL. 2047 Staff Thu, 15 Nov 2007 02:53:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers-Colts Game Snapshot This week has been a microcosm of the Chargers' season, with just enough bad news to offset the good. Shaun Phillips and Craig Davis have the green light, while Quentin Jammer and Marques Harris are seeing red. Also, the Bolts scheme to get LaDainian Tomlinson untracked without any reason to believe they can slow Joseph Addai. 2047 Staff Sat, 10 Nov 2007 02:27:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Bolts Aim to Land on Other Side of Upset Are the Chargers the team they thought were, with grand plans to go deep into the playoffs after last year's stellar regular season? Or are they just an average team, as their 4-4 record suggests? They could get a strong clue after Sunday night, when the inconsistent Chargers face the Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts at Qualcomm Stadium. 2047 Staff Fri, 09 Nov 2007 05:39:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Getty Images Scout Young Guns Deserve Their Shots Injuries have played a major role in the Chargers' disappointing start. It's not that the Chargers lack depth, it's that the wrong players are being asked to step in. Here are a few tweaks Norv Turner should consider. 2047 Michael Lombardo Thu, 08 Nov 2007 05:03:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Up A Creek Without a Tackle The red-faced Chargers have a lot on their plate the next month of Sundays -- games against the Colts, Jaguars, Ravens and Chiefs. What they won't have is defensive end Luis Castillo. 2047 Staff Thu, 08 Nov 2007 01:09:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Bolts Need Quick Fix The Chargers' 35-17 loss to the Vikings forced LaDainian Tomlinson to admit the Chargers are not as good as he thought they were. San Diego may not be an elite team, but they will have to beat one on Sunday to keep from falling back under .500. 2047 Staff Wed, 07 Nov 2007 03:50:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers-Vikings Game-day Primer The Chargers realize Sunday's game against the Vikings could make or break their season. A win puts them two-up in the win column for the first time all season and runs their second-quarter mark to 4-0. A loss drops them back to .500 with a showdown against the Colts on deck. Here's how the Chargers matchup in this pivotal affair. 2047 Michael Lombardo Sat, 03 Nov 2007 21:18:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Midwest Airshow Philip Rivers has not attempted more than 21 passes in any game during the Chargers' three-game winning streak. He will have to buck that trend with flair if the Chargers are to roll out of Minnesota with a win. 2047 Staff Sat, 03 Nov 2007 03:26:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers Turnover A New Leaf How have the Chargers turned around their season? They flipped their turnover ratio. The Chargers head to Minnesota a different team than the one that started the season 1-3. 2047 Staff Fri, 02 Nov 2007 05:03:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Unfinished Business The Chargers made winning look easy during their three-game winning streak. They started fast and finished strong, jumping out to 14-0 first-quarter leads and closing the deal before the two-minute warning. The trend might prove difficult to upkeep as the Chargers enter a difficult stretch of games. 2047 Staff Thu, 01 Nov 2007 04:05:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Christian Petersen/Getty Images Scout Trial By Fire The Chargers crammed a season's worth of adversity into a trying seven-week stretch. The difficult span included a three-game losing streak, a wildfire catastrophe, and injuries to Eric Parker, Matt Wilhelm, Nick Hardwick and Jamal Williams. The Chargers have come out the other end with a winning record and looking forward to a strong second half. 2047 Staff Wed, 31 Oct 2007 03:13:00 GMT 0 102 San Diego sdg Scout Chargers-Texans Game-day Primer If "win one for the Gipper" is enough to get a team fired up, then Sunday's cry of "win one for the half-million evacuees" should have the Chargers geeked. However, the Texans pose problems on both sides of the ball with their vertical passing attack and athletic defensive line. Is it enough to author an upset? 2047 Michael Lombardo Sat, 27 Oct 2007 20:54:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout Can Chargers Tackle The Texans? After days of uncertainty, the Chargers received the good news that they will host the Houston Texans at Qualcomm Stadium as originally scheduled. The Chargers come in riding a two-game winning streak and are two-score favorites to keep that momentum alive. Here are some matchups to watch, game scenarios and final predictions. 2047 Michael Lombardo Sat, 27 Oct 2007 03:21:00 GMT 1 102 San Diego sdg Scout