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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 20, 2012

Chargers Interview Three Players at Shrine Practices - Ernie Padaon
The San Diego Chargers are present during the East-West Shrine practices. Yesterday we shared that the Bolts were eyeing Alabama WR Darius Hanks. Today we found a few more prospects that the Chargers have made contacts with.

Spanos Looks To Rebuild Chargers In Off-Season - Paul Mahan
It was a unique experience to see and hear about. It took heart and some courage to stand up to the firing line. But you wonder if the community really believes him?

Kickoff: Madden NFL and the Future of Video Game Sports - Tom Bissell
Sport-based video games occupy an odd space within the sphere of modern home entertainment. Reliably enjoyed by millions, the sport-based video game stands at what sometimes feels like an oblique angle from the larger medium, and in ways that can be hard to articulate.

L.T. wishes Ryan would pipe down, says Sanchez is pampered - Dan Hanzus
The more LaDainian Tomlinson talks, the more it becomes clear he won't be a Jet next season. That would explain the candidness in which Tomlinson has discussed the recent ills that have befallen the franchise. The future Hall of Fame running back hasn't trashed Gang Green, but he's also unafraid to answer questions other Jets will only touch using the cloak of anonymity after an 8-8, playoff-free season.

The Bark Side: 2012 Volkswagen Game Day Commercial Teaser - YouTube
A canine chorus barks a familiar tune. Keep an eye out for our 2012 Game Day commercial—it will all make sense.

Qualcomm Stadium Renaming Controversy Lingers - Chris Moore
The City Council can retroactively ratify the agreement that temporarily changed the name of Qualcomm Stadium but doesn't have to, the City Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

San Diego Mayoral Candidates’ Opinions on the New Chargers’ Stadium Issue - Esther Rubio-Sheffrey
Despite the Chargers' losing season, negotiations over a new stadium (the results of which may or may not see the team leave the city) remain at the forefront of San Diego's political discussions.