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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 18, 2014

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

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Chargers 'no-brainer' for Donald Brown - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
"No doubt about it," Brown said last week. "Up front, the Chargers dominated the game. I haven't met any of the offensive linemen, but everyone's speaking very highly of them. I'm excited to work with them."

NFL aint broke, so don't fix it - Nick Canepa (paywall)
Still, just because the Aztecs have all but done away with the point-after doesn’t mean The League has to abolish it, or push it back to a 43-yard try. But it’s sure to come up at the owners’ meetings beginning March 23 in Orlando.

How every team shapes up a week into free agency - Mark Sandritter
The key to this free agency period for the Chargers was re-signing Donald Butler. They did that early in the offseason and have successfully added some other secondary pieces in the last week. Donald Brown could prove to be a very solid addition at running back.

All 15 NFL 3-4 defenses ranked by weight (plus Falcons takeaways) - Jason Kirk
The starting weight breakdown for every team listed as running the 3-4 on depth charts at team sites and NFL.com (which don't all necessarily include the latest additions for each team), plus the Falcons (notes below the chart on the players I used for the Falcons' lineup):