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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 15, 2014

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

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How the Chargers Feel About Their Head Coach - Ricky Henne
"It’s awesome. He delivered a message to us, we believed in his plan, we believed in his philosophy and the personality he wanted to instill into this team. I’m looking forward to playing for him the next couple years, God-willing." – Jahleel Addae

Reich a Natural Choice as New Offensive Coordinator - Ricky Henne
"With Frank as offensive coordinator, we will be able to maintain continuity on offense and help maximize the production by Philip and the entire unit," McCoy said. "He has a great feel for the offense we have created and he has been a valuable asset to Philip and all of the quarterbacks."

Get to Know Frank Reich - Ricky Henne
"I grew up only a couple hours away from Maryland," he said on why he chose to attend the school. "They had a good business school that I was interested in at the time, and they had a pretty good football tradition. So the decision was easy."

1-on-1 with New OC Frank Reich - Video
Offensive Coordinator Frank Reich talks with Jordan Beane about his new role, his offensive style, working with Philip Rivers and more.

Ken Whisenhunt Rides the NFL Coaching Carousel - Bill Barnwell
It seems pretty clear at this point that Whisenhunt can succeed if you provide him with an accurate quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger was more accurate than Locker during his time at school. Warner’s completion percentage was in the mid-60s throughout his career. And Philip Rivers was an extremely accurate passer at North Carolina State, only ever slipping because Norv Turner’s downfield passing attack sacrificed accuracy for big plays, to Rivers’s detriment.