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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 3, 2012

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Three Years of Drop Rate: Wide Receivers - Khaled Elsayed
San Diego fans will be happy to see Malcom Floyd with the fifth-lowest drop percentage, and new signing Robert Meachem down in 11th.

Chargers future in San Diego depends more on events here - Kevin Acee
Fact is, we are nearer today to the Chargers leaving town than we were last week merely in the sense that each passing day without progress toward a new San Diego stadium brings us closer to Chargers President Dean Spanos raising his arms in surrender.

Fabiani comments on Goodell memo - Scott Bair
Goodell's memo said that a team must apply between Jan. 1 and Feb. 15, something the Chargers won't likely do. The team has an out clause in its Qualcomm Stadium lease that can be exercised annually in early portions of the year, but the team's stadium frontman Mark Fabiani said that's extremely unlikely.

New blackout policy likely won't impact Chargers - Michael Gehlken
The National Football League is easing its television blackout policy, but Chargers fans likely won’t see a change this season.

Remembering Philip Rivers' Fumble In Chiefs-Chargers Game - Joel Thorman is counting down the top 20 games of the 2011 season and coming in at No. 16 is the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers game at Arrowhead Stadium.

Who was the real audience of the L.A. memo? - Mike Florio
PFT Live considered that question, along with a point that was made over the weekend, while you weren’t working and thus were less likely to be visiting non-work websites.

Dinosaur Comics - June 29th, 2012 - Ryan North
A few years after the Titanic sank he died from overdosing on ineffective syphilis medication.