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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 28, 2014

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

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Less urgency for Chargers at tackle - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
The Chargers are expected to add a deep threat at wide receiver, quite possibly in the draft. But with the skill set of their receiving corps and the deepest part of their offensive roster at running back and tight end, the line won't be asked to pass protect for the average length of the Turner years.

Fear the beard: Weddle aims for perfection - Eric Williams
"It's definitely through the season," Weddle said, when asked when he'll shave his beard. "Hopefully it’s through the Super Bowl, and I’ll cut it. But I want to get it down to here maybe (pointing to his chest), and then braid it and cut it. But who knows."

How Will the Bolts Fare in Primetime? - Ricky Henne
The team’s lone home primetime match is against the New England Patriots in Week 14 when Tom Brady and company pay America’s Finest City a visit for a Sunday night showdown on NBC.  Then, in Week 16, the Bolts will play a rare Saturday game when they head north to face the San Francisco 49ers.  The exact time and station will not be announced until at least two weeks prior, with kickoff taking place at either 1:30pm or 5:15pm on NFL Network or CBS.

Wondering About the Wonderlic: Does It Predict Quarterback Performance? - Barrett Hansen
We looked at different measures of quarterback efficiency including QBR, Sack Percentage, Adjusted Net Yards Per Attempt, Passer Rating, and Interception Rate Per Attempt. From the various tests we ran, we found a negligible correlation between all the variables and Wonderlic scores of quarterbacks.