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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 13, 2013

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


Keenan Allen all smiles about knee - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
The Chargers wide receiver ran every drill in a morning practice at rookie minicamp, and he reported no worse for the wear. The participation comes after suffering a torn posterior cruciate ligament in October.

Video: Expectations for Manti Te'o - staff
Shelley Smith details what the Chargers are expecting from Manti Te'o in his rookie season.

Telesco steering Chargers in right direction - Bill Williamson
Telesco wasn’t considered a sure bet to be hired to pump life into a stale franchise after the 10-year A.J. Smith era. But Telesco took control of his future and essentially stole the job.

D.J. Fluker last unsigned Chargers pick - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
A money amount isn't the holdup on Fluker's four-deal, which carries an option for a fifth. It's the offset language, a source familiar with the negotiations said Saturday. Offset language determines what becomes of a player's guaranteed money if he is released during the life of a deal and signed by another team.

Broken Tackles 2012: Defense - Aaron Schatz
First, let's once again define broken tackles for those who didn't read last week's article. Broken tackles are a stat from game charting, not from the standard play-by-play. We define a "broken tackle" as one of two events: either the ballcarrier escapes from the grasp of the defender, or the defender is in good position for a tackle but the ballcarrier jukes him out of his shoes.