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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 8, 2013

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Coaching Tracker: Arians, Trestman among hot names - The Sports Xchange
There are also reportedly interested in Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and UCLA head coach Jim Mora, while former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith and former Arizona head coach Ken Whisenhunt are both believed to be interested in the job.

Jay Gruden draws interest from Cardinals, Eagles - Brian McIntyre
As for their head coaching vacancy, the team interviewed Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone the night before he agreed to become the Bills' head coach. The Chargers are believed to be interested in Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and former Bears head coach Lovie Smith.

Ryan Mathews fights on to prove worth - Michael Gehlken
Say this about the Chargers running back: After a season that went all wrong, that began and ended with surgery, that bolted 12 metal screws to his shoulders, six to the right and six to the left, he still believes he can win his fight.

Bolts Madness: Gates' Record Setter vs. Ingram's Big Hit - Ricky Henne
Welcome to Bolts Madness, a single elimination tournament where you get to vote for the top play of the 2012 season. We begin round one with a 1 vs. 16 matchup between Antonio Gates' record setting touchdown catch versus Melvin Ingram's big hit against the Raiders.

2013 PFF Free Agency Tracker - PFF Analysis Team
Every year we launch into free agency with the aim to deliver the most comprehensive service out there. We’ve got rankings, breakdowns, team needs and some special features all coming up, but starts here…

The First Four Rounds - Scott Spratt
A year removed from a 2011 season in which four quarterbacks were inside the top-10 in points over replacement, no quarterbacks managed the same distinction in 2012. Some of that is drop off of absolute production. Drew Brees, the top quarterback this season, scored 367 standard points this year, which would have placed him fifth in 2011.