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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 15, 2014

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Tevin Reese Brings Big Play Potential to Bolts - Hayley Elwood
"He catches the ball really well and is a good route runner," he said.  "He’s got a lot of production and a lot of big play production at Baylor. He’s so explosive.  I think he had 21 touchdowns of 40-yards or more, so if he can give us a couple of those we’ll be good."

Flacco Aims to Make Own Name for Himself in San Diego - Ricky Henne
"This year was my first year as a tight end," he said.  "I’ve never played with guys as big as this so that will be an adjustment.  There are some great guys to work with here.  Guys like Antonio Gates.  I’m going to do my best not to annoy them but I will make the most of being around them on the field, watching tape and every time we’re together.  I’ll see what they’re doing and try to imitate them."

Secret Superstars: 2013 In Review - Gordon McGuinness
San Diego ChargersKendall Reyes, DL – MISS; The 2012 second round draft pick impressed us with some solid play in his rookie year, including holding his own as a starter late in the year. He couldn’t match that with an increased workload last year however, finishing the season as our lowest graded 3-4 defensive end.

ASU Football: Alden Darby and where he fits with the San Diego Chargers - Justin Emerson
Like most undrafted free agents, if Darby makes the team, it will most likely be on special teams. With a crowded backfield, former Sun Devil Grice may have to break in on special teams, and if Darby can excel on the punt and kickoff units like he did in the maroon and gold, and it may just be enough to get him into the powder blues.

NFL Draft Grades: AFC - Mike Tanier
Carrethers is built like a Hershey's Kiss, falls down a lot when asked to run more than five steps and belly-flops on the tops of piles like he is product testing a waterbed. But he is pretty quick in short areas, hustles, has a little swim move and has a butt that can be zoned light-industrial. I am not sure I love him as a player, but I like him as a thought experiment, and anyone that unique is worth a fifth-round flier.