San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 17, 2014

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Career year was good for Clemens - Jim Thomas
In San Diego, he’s back on the west coast, and closer to his home in Oregon. His wife attended college at the University of San Diego, and he knows Rivers fairly well.

Roundup: Free Agency Frenzy - Ricky Henne
It has without a doubt been a whirlwind week here at Chargers Park.  If you feel lost in the shuffle, don’t worry.  Here is your roundup of all the team’s free agent moves through Friday.

Ghee Embracing a “Fresh Start” in San Diego - Ricky Henne
“It feels good to be here because it’s a fresh start,” he began.  “The past years are in the past.  Hopefully I can come and contribute.  Everybody’s goal here is to win the Super Bowl, so that is what I’m trying to do.  The Chargers eliminated us in the playoffs last year, and I wasn’t sure what my future held.  I was still shocked because our season was over.  But that’s all over with and it’s a fresh start.  I had a good talk with the GM and the coaches, so that’s why I agreed to the deal.”

Eric Williams Radio Interview - Billy Ray Smith & Coach John Kenterra
ESPN's Eric Williams discusses the Chargers recent moves with the local radio duo.

Brown focuses more on wins than touches - Eric Williams
"He was Bill Polian's right-hand man," Brown said about Telesco. "He's a big reason why I came to Indianapolis, and also a big reason for why I'm here now. So I'm very thankful for that, along with the Spanos family and Coach [Mike] McCoy for having faith in me, and bringing me in."

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