San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 28, 2013

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Bolts lineman keeps them laughing - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
While a member of Penn State's team, Ohrnberger performed stand-up comedy at a Hollywood club leading up to the 2009 Rose Bowl. He also pranked reporters by impersonating a Penn State teammate during a conference call.

3TFO: Cowboys @ Chargers, Week 4 - Gordon McGuinness
A year ago it looked like Philip Rivers’ (+8.6) career might be on a very steep decline, with the signal-caller finishing a season looking at a negative grade for the first time in the PFF era. With a collection of poor performances, and a reliance on throwing the ball away, in 2012, it was fair to question. Fast forward to 2013, though, and he looks like the Philip Rivers of old under a new head coach.

Double Coverage: Cowboys at Chargers - Eric Williams & Todd Archer
Like everything in the NFL, it's week to week. When Murray sees the Rams, he's very good. He has 253 and 175 yards against St. Louis in two games. He's kind of pedestrian against everybody else. The biggest difference last week was the commitment to the run.

Injury report: Secondary a primary concern - Eric D. Williams
"It’s starts up front with our rush," said Pagano, when asked about the issues with the secondary. "And then it starts in the back end about making plays, and that’s what it’s all about."

Old-school TEs Gates, Witten still effective - Eric D. Williams

"They’re very talented," San Diego coach Mike McCoy said. "They’re different in their own ways. I think they’re the quarterback’s best friend. They have a lot of confidence in how they play the game and what they do, and the way they run routes and everything, but they’re very good football players.

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