San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 21, 2013

Jim Rogash

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Infographic: Get to Know Chargers Running Back Danny Woodhead - Joel Price
Check out this infographic to learn a little more about Danny Woodhead.

Woodhead Brings New Versatility to Chargers Backfield - Ricky Henne
From Division II Chadron State to being an undrafted rookie free agent with the New York Jets to becoming a significant player for the New England Patriots, Woodhead’s journey to becoming one of the most versatile running backs in the NFL has been anything but easy.

Worst Moments In Chargers History - Richard Wade
Tournament of Terrible Bracket

Danny Woodhead has father to thank - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
The running back was raised in North Platte, a small Nebraska railroad town where his dad was a high school wide receivers coach. As such, Woodhead was often reminded of the importance of using his hands, not his body, to complete a reception.

Denver Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil’s pay cut papers filed late, leaving him on the open market - Doug Farrar
After the furor died down, Magid explained to Mike Garafolo of USA Today that one reason for the delay was that the Broncos had originally agreed to add $500,000 to his 2014 salary of $10 million, while fully guaranteeing $3.5 million of that number. But when the final deal was presented near the deadline, Denver was only doing the $3.5 million guarantee, and not the promised $500,000 addition. That reduction, according to Magid, was a hit from the Broncos because Dumervil had taken the entire week to accept the offer.

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