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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 24, 2013

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

Stephen Dunn

While meeting with the media to talk about his election into the Broncos’ Ring of Fame, former Denver center Tom Nalen acknowledged trying to injure Chargers defensive lineman Igor Olshansky in a game in Denver in 2006.

Chargers' Max Starks looks to compete - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
A 10th-year veteran who signed a one-year deal this week, Starks is projected to be the Chargers' starter come the Sept. 9 season opener against the Texans. Nothing is predetermined to Starks, he said recently, as he braces for a competition.

Eight in the Box: RB status check - Matt Williamson
Ryan Mathews is right there with McFadden as the most maddening and untrustworthy running backs in the NFL. But once again, it looks like Mathews will be getting an opportunity to be San Diego’s foundation back. And there is no questioning his ability, which ranks among the best in the league.

Meet the 2013 Charger Girls -
Check out action shots of this year's Charger Girls squad from their audition. - Photos by Mike Nowak

New Tackles, New Guards, New Backs.. Zone Blocking? - Peter Thompson
When we hired Joe D’Alessandris away from the Buffalo Bills, most people were predicting that The San Diego Chargers would be moving to a "zone blocking scheme". As we all know, this scheme focuses on having a smaller, more athletic offensive line. With the first pick of the draft, Tom Telesco drafted "Mount Fluker" to hold down the right side of the line.