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Chargers Review: Defensive end

The return to health of Marcellus Wiley was part of the projected resurgence of the defensive line. Ray Lee Johnson and Adrian Dingle would support the opposite side in some sort of rotation and add in sacks and quarterback pressures. The heat from the ends never materialized in a consistent fashion and it left the secondary gasping for air and struggling to keep up in coverage.

Marcellus Wiley proclaimed himself healthy for the 2003 season. Coming off a subpar performance the previous year, Wiley planned on winning back the hearts of San Diegans with sacks and pressures. Too bad his mouth was bigger than his bite. Wiley came up with a grand total of three sacks, a year after he posted six and two years after he posted 13. That kind of production out of your highest...

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