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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 18, 2013

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego Chargers coach says former Alabama OL D.J. Fluker likely to remain at tackle (report) - Andrew Gribble
Fluker's trouble with speed rushers was the perceived knock on him heading into his final season at Alabama, but the mammoth right tackle showed remarkable progress in pass protection. ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. said Fluker did a "heck of a job" in that department.

Ranking the AFC West D-linemen - Bill Williamson
1. Corey Liuget, San Diego: This player has a chance to be a superstar.

Chargers Minicamp 2013: Coach McCoy praises Gates - Eldrick Bone
"He really has a knack for creating separation," said McCoy at the podium during the Chargers minicamp on Thursday. "He’s got great awareness of being able to go on a three-and-post snap read of what the secondary is doing and what adjustments they make."

Manti Te'o: Rookie linebacker moving past an old story - Michael Lev
Te'o, the San Diego Chargers' rookie linebacker, met the media Tuesday for the first time in more than a month. The majority of the questions during a 17-minute news conference were, refreshingly, about football.

Five Years of PFF Grades: Top 10 Edge Rushers - Khaled Elsayed
We’ve seen many breathtaking performances, whether it be over a year or in an individual game, but we’ve never really looked back on things in a longer sense. So consider that something we’re rectifying. We’ve added up the grades each player has earned over the past five seasons and then normalized their performance on every snap based on the position they lined up.