San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 17, 2012

San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers former wide reciever Anthony Miller (left) and former punter Darren Bennett pose for a picture during a press conference at Charger Park. Miller and Bennett will be a part of a fan ballot selection process to become the 36th member of the team's Hall of Fame along with former running back Natrone Means (not pictured). Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

Access limited for Chargers-Cowboys practices - Michael Gehlken
Chargers CEO A.G. Spanos said Monday the team will open its gates exclusively to season-ticket holders, part of an initiative to give customers "more value than ever."

Vote for the 2012 Chargers Hall of Fame -
For the first time in team history, Chargers fans have the opportunity to select the next inductee into the team's Hall of Fame.

Pressure: Telling the Whole Story - Khaled Elsayed
How do you know a defensive lineman had a good year? Look at his sack numbers. How do you know an offensive lineman had a good year? Look at how many sack he gave up. It’s the simplest way to do things–after all, it’s near impossible to break down every game without having an entire team dedicated to doing so. The only problem is those sack numbers are extremely limited.

Video: Broncos' Elvis Dumervil arrested - ESPN
Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm on Saturday.

Ranking the AFC West: Offensive tackle - Levi Damien
The Chargers got a coup when they signed Jared Gaither to replace the injured Marcus McNeil at left tackle last season. Gaither had been rejected by the Raiders and the Chiefs before the Chargers signed him out of desperation. In 165 pass blocking snaps, he allowed no sacks and just three pressures. Gaither's main concern is his health which is why he wasn't signed until midway through the season. But he showed that when he is healthy, he is a brick wall on that left side. Clary on the other hand, is not so good.

Game Rewind 2011 Week 14 -
The San Diego Chargers tied for the top record in the AFC West last year with an 8-8 mark. Relive each memorable win as we break down some of the greatest moments from the 2011 season. We continue with Week 14’s rout of the Buffalo Bills.

Ranking the AFC West: Defense - Levi Damien
You may notice the Raiders and Chargers both got a 16. But I give the Raiders the edge for a few reasons. The Chargers had just one position ranked best in the division. That position was inside linebacker which is an overall weak position in the AFC West.

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