San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 9, 2012

Mailbag: Defensive draft bonanza for K.C.? - Bill Williamson
I think the Chargers might be able to get a pass-rusher like Illinois’ Whitney Mercilus or Syracuse’s Chandler Jones in the 23-to-28 range and maybe grab another quality pick by trading down, which could help them move up on the second round or even late in the first round to address another need area and take a player like Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith. The Chargers are pretty creative and aggressive on draft day. I could see a move being made.

A haven for kickers - Christopher Smith
San Diego has become a mecca for specialists to train and compete during the offseason, often in a group setting that includes former Chargers John Carney and Darren Bennett.

How free agency affected Super Bowl odds - Joe Fortenbaugh
San Diego Chargers: Open: 16/1, Current: 22/1

AEG issues Farmers Field environmental report - Matthew T. Hall
The same day the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers renewed their cities' rivalry, developers released a 10,000-page environmental report in Los Angeles to further their bid to build a stadium that could conceivably lure the Chargers north.

SANDERS’ DEADLINE DELAY LEAVES HIM LITTLE TIME - Matthew T. Hall
Mayor Jerry Sanders’ self-imposed March deadline for finalizing a stadium financing plan will slip at least to September, leaving him little time to convince the City Council and the Chargers of any proposal’s merits before he leaves office in early December because of term limits.

Cosell Tweets: Prospective Wide Receivers - TCIPF Staff
Over the weekend, Greg Cosell tweeted about wide receivers entering the NFL Draft. In case you missed it, here are some of those tweets.

Cadbury Eggs - Randall Munroe
So the takeaway is...I can eat Cadbury Eggs by the handful all season and feel no worse about it than I do about soda? This is awesome.

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