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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 30, 2014

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

Kent Horner

San Diego Chargers Roster Battles To Watch - Erik Lambert
here longtime starter Jeromey Clary turns 31 this year and didn’t have his best season last year.  Meanwhile the team added Chris Watt out of Notre Dame from the 3rd round of the draft, a big, strong phone booth blocker with good upside.  He comes from a proven program with experience and given the fact Clary was a no-show at OTAs has a great chance to get a head start on seizing the initiative for that right guard spot.

Want a Super Bowl? Build a stadium - Eric Williams
The league's reasoning is simple: Reward those NFL cities for investing in new stadiums, while local governments in places like San Diego and Miami work to build enough momentum to get new projects completed.

Chargers and Other Groups Immune to SDPD Tickets, Says Disgraced Cop - Liam Dillon
The allegation appears in Arevalos’ recently unsealed deposition from a federal lawsuit against him and SDPD filed by an Arevalos sexual misconduct victim. Arevalos’ statements about cops receiving special treatment have come out before. But Chargers players are a curious addition to the list.

Faulconer Tells Press Club He Opposes Barrio Logan Zoning Changes, Minimum Wage Increase - Christine Huard
Faulconer also touched on keeping the San Diego Chargers in town, using a financial plan that would protect the city. However, any solution would be placed on the ballot.