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Michael Silver
August 17, 1998
Left guard Aaron Taylor admits he's not the same player he was before knee injuries in '94 and '96, but that didn't stop San Diego from offering up a four-year, $10.8 million contract to pry him from the Packers. Chargers coaches feel Taylor can bring some feistiness to the line...
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August 17, 1998

Inside Slant

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Left guard Aaron Taylor admits he's not the same player he was before knee injuries in '94 and '96, but that didn't stop San Diego from offering up a four-year, $10.8 million contract to pry him from the Packers. Chargers coaches feel Taylor can bring some feistiness to the line...

Defensive ends Marco Coleman and William Fuller, major free-agent acquisitions in '96 and '97, combined for five sacks last year....

For the first time in seven seasons, linebacker Junior Seau failed to lead the team in tackles, finishing second to strong safety Rodney Harrison. This was partially due to Seau's move from his natural weakside spot to the middle after Kurt Gouveia suffered a season-ending neck injury in San Diego's seventh game of the season.

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