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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 29, 2014

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Video shows Chargers linebacker Thomas Keiser attacking barleymash employee -
Team 10 obtained video that shows San Diego Chargers linebacker Thomas Keiser attacking a restaurant employee. Keiser is seen attacking an employee of barleymash, a downtown bar and restaurant. The fight landed the football player in big legal trouble.

Ryan Mathews: Donald Brown will help - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
"I (want to) make it more than 16 games," Mathews said. "That was a big goal last year: 'Alright, let's get him through 16 games.' We did that. Now the goal is to keep me healthy, keep running after 16 games. The coaches did a good job of getting another guy like Donald to help me out. It's going to be fun."

Mailbag: A Busy Offseason and Deep Draft - Ricky Henne
Many have asked about last year’s second round draft pick.  Te’o has been back at the facility working out in the offseason conditioning program.  I’ve been meaning to chat with number 50, so be on the lookout for more on Te’o in the next week or two.

Draft Grader: San Diego Chargers - Khaled Elsayed
Donald Butler, LB (80th overall pick in 2010): While Butler isn’t coming off his best year, he has provided some stability to a linebacker unit struggling to find an identity the past five years. Will need to bounce back next year if this is to stay a positive.