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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 1, 2012

Polar Bear Cam
Watch Siku as he grows up and learn about his wish to reduce your carbon footprint: Live daily from 9-11 a.m. EST.

SB Nation's YouTube Channel Will Be Fun - John Gennaro
In case you're not already aware, our wonderful SB Nation overlords are launching an all-new YouTube channel for video content tomorrow. I was skeptical when I first heard this idea, but after seeing some of their promos I'm convinced that SB Nation is going to become the best place for sports-related video content on the web.

Bolts looking for outside pass rusher - Kevin Acee
No one knows what the mad man will do in the draft, but it is certain that anyone of consequence with a hand in making such decisions for the Chargers was paying close attention Monday as the defensive ends and outside linebackers worked out at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Chargers stadium week in review: Finalized - Matthew T. Hall
In San Diego, it was revealed that four months after Mayor Jerry Sanders trumpeted his hiring of a New York financial investment firm to figure out how to pay for a new Chargers stadium, the advisers are still not under contract.

Chargers have work to do on D-line too - Kevin Acee
Turnover on the Chargers' offensive line has received much attention this offseason, but the defensive line is saying good-bye to at least one long-time starter and could need to replace two other key members.

AFC West mock draft: Take II - Bill Williamson
San Diego Chargers, OG, David DeCastro, Stanford: With Kris Dielman expected to retire, the Chargers have a gaping hole to fill. DeCastro is a major talent and if he is available at No. 18 I think San Diego has no other choice.

Mailbag: Brandon Carr to San Diego? - Bill Williamson
I guess it’s possible, but I think the Chargers have bigger in-house needs and outside needs at linebacker, the defensive line and at safety. Carr would certainly start in San Diego, but because the Chargers have other needs, they would likely be willing to spend less on Carr than other teams would. I expect Carr to be very popular on the open market and he could command between $7 million to $9 million per season. I just don’t see the Chargers making that type of commitment to a cornerback this year.

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Combine Wrap Edition - Adam Stites
14. San Diego Chargers (from Dallas): Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College

Predicting the Chargers Starting Offense - Ernie Padaon
Yesterday, I made my predictions on who we would have playing for our starting defense, today I will make some predictions on who we will have on our starting offense. Vincent Jackson and the whole left side of the line are question marks as well as Jacob Hester and Mike Tolbert.