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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 18, 2012

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San Diego, CA, USA;  Former San Diego Chargers player LaDainian Tomlinson prior to a celebration of life service to remember Junior Seau at Qualcomm Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE
San Diego, CA, USA; Former San Diego Chargers player LaDainian Tomlinson prior to a celebration of life service to remember Junior Seau at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Fantasy: Chargers' Mathews will likely cost you a first round pick in 2012 - Eddie Brown
The fantasy hype surrounding Ryan Mathews is growing, much like the expectations of Chargers fans. In the magazine I featured in my column last week, he's ranked fifth among running backs and 10th overall with an auction value of $41. That's high praise this early.

Kevin Ellison arrested for arson - ESPN
According to local media, Ellison confessed to starting a fire that engulfed an apartment early Thursday morning in Liberty Lake, Wash., near Spokane, after initially telling authorities he had been smoking in bed.

As LT rightly ends where he began, we remember greatness - Kevin Acee
With the Chargers offense huddled behind the 7-yard line late in the fourth quarter, the play having just been relayed from the sideline, with the crowd chanting his initials, Tomlinson prophesied to his teammates that he was about to score and instructed everyone to join him in the end zone when he did.

LT's legacy rich in records - Michael Gehlken
Leading into Monday's scheduled retirement ceremony, here are some of the many milestones accomplished during Tomlinson's 11-year career, of which nine seasons were spent with the Chargers.

Tomlinson's career ends the right way - Bill Williamson
The LaDainian Tomlinson problem has been resolved. Kudos to all involved for making it right.

Mailbag: Liuget ready to take next step? - Bill Williamson
The Chargers are excited about Liuget. They think he played well last season. However, they thought his talents might not have been utilized enough. They expect new defensive coordinator John Pagano to put the play-making Liuget in position to make a bigger impact.

Shock player says God told him to start fire - Nina Culver
A pro football player who leapt from his burning third-floor apartment in Liberty Lake Thursday said he started the blaze with a marijuana blunt because God told him to, authorities say.