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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 15, 2012

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OAKLAND, CA:  Richard Goodman #15 of the San Diego Chargers returns a kickoff 105 yards for a touchown against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
OAKLAND, CA: Richard Goodman #15 of the San Diego Chargers returns a kickoff 105 yards for a touchown against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Even wiseguys are wise to Chargers hype - Nick Canepa
But now, while the bar remains high within the organization, outside of it the hype has been lowered to limbo level — even by the Vegas kids (it’s hard to find San Diego anywhere under 20-1 to win the Super Bowl). And that’s all right. That’s how it should be when you miss the playoffs back-to-back seasons.

Can the Wildcat live in San Diego? - Bill Williamson
"I think the Wildcat is pretty much a thing of the past, but what I do like about it, is that for a just a very few plays per game, it can turn 1st-and-10 into 2nd-and-5 pretty easily," Williamson said. "Philip Rivers and Norv Turner like 2nd-and-5."

The Acee-Gehlken Report (VIDEO)
The UT guys discuss OTAs.

Chargers' Goodman quietly coming along - Michael Gehlken
Time will ultimately tell how he fares — and if it is enough to survive one of the most heated position battles on the roster — but during the 10-day organized team activities that concluded Thursday, Goodman showed well.

AFC West notes - Bill Williamson
In a radio interview, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers said he has been struck by the overall team speed in San Diego this year. Meanwhile, Rivers will host a 5K run to benefit several charities Saturday in the San Diego area.

Alphabet - Randall Munroe
Do I get to remove letters entirely? Or just rearrange them? Because the 'k/c' situation is ridiculous. Look, we can make out whenever. This is *immortality*!