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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 18, 2014

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

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LT's advice for Ryan Mathews: Play on - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
"My advice to Ryan would be just to ball out like he did this past season, and everything will take care of itself. You go to everything in the offseason. You prove your worth to the team by being there, not by being absent."

2014 All-Emerge Team: Defense - Andy Benoit
Those who follow the Chargers closely know that Ingram, a 2012 first-rounder, has already emerged as a solid starter. But because his tremendous skill set has not translated to tremendous statistics (two sacks in 20 games), casual fans are unfamiliar with the five-tool star. Ingram’s remarkable return last November from a May ACL injury helped spearhead San Diego’s playoff run. He has the explosiveness and bendability to be a double-digit sack artist, but he’s more valuable as a utility player.

Fluker on Combine: "Every Single Thing You Do Matters" - Ricky Henne
"One of the toughest things to talk about was where I came from," he said. "They also asked how I got started in the game and why I love football. And that’s the main reason why they want to talk to you. They want to see how much you love the game. I gave them every bit of information I could about myself and why I love the game, why I play it and what my motivation is. For me, that was important to get across."

Ask McCoy, Telesco Whatever is on Your Mind -
Both Telesco and McCoy will take time to answer questions directly from you. All you have to do is fill out the form below to ask Telesco or McCoy a question. Then, check back later in the week to see if your question was chosen and hear what they had to say.

Internet Trolls Really Are Horrible People - Chris Mooney
Overall, the authors found that the relationship between sadism and trolling was the strongest, and that indeed, sadists appear to troll because they find it pleasurable. "Both trolls and sadists feel sadistic glee at the distress of others," they wrote. "Sadists just want to have fun ... and the Internet is their playground!"