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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 1, 2012

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T-Rex Trying... - Hugh Murphy
The Unfortunate Trials of The Tyrant Lizard King

15 beards to be feared - USATODAY.com Photos
The San Diego Chargers' Antonio Garay submits this creation for the 'Um, seriously?' category.

Top Five Team Disappointments of the 2011 NFL Season: Fan's Opinion - Andrew Mindzak
With all of the coaching changes going on, somehow Norv Turner is still employed by the San Diego Chargers as their head coach. Now it's never cool for someone to lose their job, but Norv shouldn't be the head coach in San Diego. Now offensive coordinator, that's where he is at his best. Some poor decision making by Philip Rivers led to 20 interceptions and an 8-8 record by the Chargers, leaving them out of the playoffs.

It's time to present the TMQ MVP! - Gregg Easterbrook
Cheerleader of Hype Week: Clarisse of the Chargers, who according to her team bio has trained with City Ballet of San Diego and graduated from the University of California at Irvine. City Ballet of San Diego does not have dancers, it has dance artists.

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Revisiting 2011 Draft Day Trades - TheXLog
San Francisco 49ers traded Donald Butler (2010) to the San Diego Chargers for Navarro Bowman (2010), Anthony Dixon(2010), and Kendall Hunter. WOW!

Assessing free agents for fantasy - Christopher Harris
Mike Tolbert, San Diego Chargers: Early reports out of San Diego indicate that Tolbert will be moving on. The team was wowed by Ryan Mathews' sophomore campaign, and believes Jacob Hester (also an impending free agent, but one who'll get far less money than Tolbert) can handle fullback duties. That means Tolbert will look for a spot as someone's bruiser and third-down back, which isn't a bad combination for fantasy value, especially in a PPR league.

The Chargers need to find ways to avoid a repeat of history - Kenny Gardner
The San Diego Chargers will have seven games in 2012 against teams that made the playoffs in 2011. This includes home games against the Broncos, Ravens, Bengals and Falcons. Their schedule also includes road games against the Broncos, Steelers, and Saints.

Chargers Offseason Questions and Answers - Paul Mahan
The offseason is underway with emphasis on next season, that will either lead the Chargers to the playoffs, or send GM AJ Smith and Coach Norv Turner to the unemployment line.