San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 2, 2013

Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

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

Telesco's Conference Call with Season Ticket Holders - Ricky Henne
Telesco described first round draft choice D.J. Fluker as "tough and nasty," saying that he would bring a physicality back to the offensive line that fans came to expect during the days of Kris Dielman.

From the bargain bin: The best undrafted players of 2013 - Doug Farrar
Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia: Father, uncle, and brother played, or currently play, in the NFL. Massive run-stuffer with surprisingly quick feet and a certain level of burst off the snap. Dropped because he's got a lot of technique work to do -- he loses power a lot on leverage, doesn't show a lot of effective hand movement, and disappears for long stretches of time. Rotational guy at the NFL level.

San Diego newspaper welcomes Manti Te’o with, yep, a fake-girlfriend joke - Jay Busbee
Still, Te'o is saying the right things. About the whole phantom-girl fiasco, "it's definitely made me stronger," he told chargers.com. "Dealing with adversity, it can hurt you or make you stronger, and it definitely made me stronger. That's how I feel right now."

Recapping the Draft: Brad Sorensen - Ricky Henne
In the final part of our Bolts Breakdown special, Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Spanos explained what went into the decision to select the quarterback. Watch the video below.

Recapping the Draft: Tourek Williams - Ricky Henne
Immediately following the pick, General Manager Tom Telesco spoke with Nicoletta Ruhl about the decision to draft him. Watch it below.

Recapping the Draft: Steve Williams - Ricky Henne
Immediately following the pick, General Manager Tom Telesco spoke with Nicoletta Ruhl about the cornerback. Hear what he had to say below.

Bill Polian likes Manti Te'o fit in San Diego - Bill Williamson
Te’o said he thinks the San Diego-Te’o pairing is a good fit in all aspects. Most importantly, he thinks the team will put Te’o in the right spot scheme-wise to succeed. The Chargers plan on using Te’o as a weakside inside linebacker in a 3-4 defense. Polian said Te’o’s weakness heading into the NFL is taking on blocks. In his position he will not have to take on huge guards.

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