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Chargers Review: LB

The loss of Junior Seau was said to be a big blow to the San Diego Chargers. They lost his veteran leadership, his play and his energy on the field. The Bolts did not miss his play as they received production from several linebackers, but they sorely missed his unquestioned energy on the field – a spirit that lifted everyone around him.

Donnie Edwards moved back to the weakside after playing in the middle a year ago. The star of the defense simply improved on his Pro Bowl 2002 season by adding 33 extra tackles to his stats. The weakside is where Edwards has made his name known through the years and ideally where he is best suited. Only twice all season was he not the leading tackler in a game. He was named Defensive Player...

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