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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 1, 2014

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

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DeSean Jackson FAQ: What the Eagles Were Thinking and Where We Go From Here - Bill Barnwell
I mean, I used to have a reference to Stone Temple Pilots in my AOL screen name in the mid-’90s and I’m sure I’ve thrown up the Roc a few hundred times, but I’m not in the Illuminati and I’m not about to go take out Chester Bennington, either, you know?

The Action Hero Championship Belt - Bill Simmons (non-football)
The action-hero equivalent of Barry Sanders retiring in 1999, then returning to the 2011 Lions and rushing for 2,500 yards. And actually, that’s an understatement.

Scout's take: Chargers offensive line - Eric Williams
"I think they are very well coached," Williamson said. "And that goes a long way. But sometimes Guy A has to beat Guy B across from them, and they don't have a lot of guys that can do that."

Ranking The Almost Dynasties - Chase Stuart
Today, I estimate the chances that different teams had of becoming the Team of the Decade (the TOD) for the ’70s, ’80, ’90s, and ’00s. Some of the results are surprising. One of the teams that became the TOD was actually much less likely than another to dominate that decade. Only two of the four teams truly stand out as being clearly the single most-likely team to be the TOD.

Could Pierre Desir be the Answer at Cornerback? - Kyle Posey
One of the better stories, and better people in the draft, Pierre Desir is a very intriguing player if you're in need of a corner. At the Senior Bowl, I was able to catch up with him for a few minutes. Desir is a very soft spoken, yet confident guy. Here's how he stacked up compared to other corners at the combine. I've used his vertical and 40 yard dash from his pro day.