San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 26, 2012

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Follow the money: What Chargers made in 2011 - Kevin Acee
Nine of the 28 Chargers who counted more than $1 million against the salary cap missed at least three games in 2011. In all, 11 of the team’s 33 highest-paid players (base salary and bonuses actually paid in 2011) missed a combined 103 games this season, earning a total of $17.957 million for those games they were mere spectators.

Chargers looking for pass rusher - Kevin Acee
Sitting in the stands at Ladd Peebles Stadium here Tuesday afternoon, A.J. Smith was turned and had his binoculars trained on the one-on-one drills going on between linemen.

Monday's Player / Team Observations, NFL Draft - DraftCountdown.com
List of players seen talking to representatives of NFL teams on Monday at the 2012 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama

Checking Larry English's Scouting Report Going Into Draft - Ernie Padaon
Since we are going over all kinds of different scouting reports on players at the Senior Bowl and we will go over more at the combine in preparation for the draft, I wanted to look back at a few scouting reports from some of our current players. Today, we will go over Larry English (thanks go out to Staff Writer Phil for this request).

FO Mailbag: Do FO's Opponent Adjustments Matter? - Aaron Schatz
Jason, your e-mail specifically addresses the question of how strength of schedule correlates to opponent adjustments. (Remember, DVOA is adjusted for both offensive and defensive opponent strength, even though the acronym just has "D.") However, the article on igglesblog makes two points.

Scramble for the Ball: 2011 All-KCW Team - Tom Gower & Mike Kurtz
Mike Kurtz: How about Antonio Garay, who is both an awful player and completely insane?

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