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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 11, 2013

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.


Spanos Gives Scoop on Past 24 Hours - Ricky Henne
Spanos: It is. You know, there’s no right or wrong way to do it necessarily, but when we interviewed Tom, we talked about how he would conduct a search, what types of questions he would ask and what kind of coach he’s looking for. The last few days, we’ve been in the process of finalizing our list of candidates. We’re now contacting candidates and putting together the interview schedule.

Tom Telesco's First Order of Business: Finding a Head Coach - Ricky Henne
"We need to find a head coach," he said. "That is number one. We are already working on that. Like I said, our lists are pretty similar which is great. We are a little bit ahead of the game. But first and foremost is to find a head coach, get the assistant coaches in order, decide what we are going to run offensively and defensively then go from there… We will get to work right now. I’m probably going to stay in town and have my wife send some clothes so we can get this head coach search underway

Tom Telesco's past bodes well for Bolts' - Kevin Acee (Paywall)
Make no mistake, current Chargers Personnel Director Jimmy Raye was the favorite to become the team’s general manager when the Spanos family’s Gulfstream left Lindbergh Field this past Thursday.

It's Tom Telesco. Heard of him? - Nick Canepa (Paywall)
Unlike coaches, not many NFL general managers are culled from the recycle bin. So, for the public, when a franchise hires a GM who hasn’t worn the clothes, it becomes a we’ll-just-have-to-take-your-word-for-it kind of thing.

The Chargers have a new GM. They fooled everybody into thinking Jimmy Raye was the guy. He was not. In comes Tom Telesco to save the freaking day.

Re-drafting the 2007 NFL draft class - Mel Kiper Jr. (Insider)
Maybe he should be higher. Weddle isn't a headhunter, and doesn't appear in the highlights all that often, but I'm not sure there's a steadier safety in the NFL. He's easily one of the top few cover safeties in the league, but he also adds a ton in the run game. Complete player.

Sick Day - Randall Munroe
Wikipedia path: Virus -> Immune system -> Innate immune system -> Parasites -> List of parasites of humans -> Naegleria fowleri -> Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis -> Deciding I DEFINITELY shouldn't connect an aquarium pump to my sinuses