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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 30, 2013

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What's next for Chargers offensive line? - Bill Williamson
[Matt Williamson] would move Starks to right tackle, use free-agent addition King Dunlap at left tackle and move Fluker to right guard. "That way you would have one great player this year on that line in Fluker," Williamson said. "I think he can be a Pro Bowler at right guard. I think he will struggle some at right tackle. He will have trouble sliding and dealing with speed rushers. At right guard, he can move ahead and smash people, which are his strengths."

NFL Star LaDainian Tomlinson -- You Couldn't PAY Me to Unretire - TMZ.com (Video)
San Diego Chargers legend LaDainian Tomlinson will NEVER return to the NFL -- despite reports of a lucrative offer from his old team -- telling TMZ, retired life is just too good to give up.

Dolphins add WR Courtney Gardner, Waive Terrell Sinkfield - Kevin Nogle
The Miami Dolphins announced the signing of wide receiver Courtney Gardener today. Gardner had originally reached terms with the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent, but never signed a deal. Instead, he and the Chargers "agreed to part ways" while the receiver handled personal matters.

2012 Red Zone Performance: Quarterbacks - Kyle J. Rodriguez
Long story short, performance in the red zone is important. We've looked at comparative team performance so far, and dug a little deeper into the Colts' team numbers. Today we step back again into the league as a whole, and delve into the numbers for individual quarterbacks. Which quarterbacks ran, passed and drew penalties at the best rates in 2012, and why?