Link --DT Jamal Williams knows what most NFL watchers realize: sacks are great, but it all starts with a solid run defense. "If you want to win in this league, you have to shut down the run game," Williams said. "It's something we take a lot of pride in." --RB LaDainian Tomlinson won the most honors (four) at the recent ESPY Awards show. --CB Paul Oliver seems realistic about his chances of having a significant impact his first year with the team after being selected in the fourth-round of the supplemental draft. The secondary is filled with mostly veterans. "Me going in there and competing for a (key) position might be a little far-fetched, but I expect to learn a lot from them," Oliver said. --Kudos to the Spanos family, which owns the Chargers, for continuing to support the San Diego County prep all-star football team. --The Chargers continue to study two cities where they can build a replacement for Qualcomm Stadium. It's between Oceanside, which is about 30 miles north of San Diego, and Chula Vista, which is about 15 miles south of San Diego. QUOTE TO NOTE: "Paul Oliver is a very competitive, aggressive, confident player. He's not cautious about anything he does on the field." -- General Manager A.J. Smith when asked about CB Paul Oliver, who was selected in the supplemental draft.