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Offseason Plans Thrown for a Loop

WR Malcom Floyd (Justin Edmonds/Getty)

Now that the NFLPA has decertified and the league has locked out the players, the odds have greatly increased that the NFL Draft will take place before free agency begins. That would be a big problem for the Chargers, who would be looking at holes across the board as they guess which veterans will return.

San Diego's primary needs this offseason are pretty clear: defensive end, linebacker, safety and wide receiver. Beyond that, things get murky, especially if the NFL Draft takes place before a new collective bargaining agreement is signed. For example, San Diego's offensive line is currently one of its biggest strengths. But if Jeromey Clary and Scott Mruczkowski leave as free agents, that...

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