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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 30, 2014

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

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The name Chiefs should not be offensive ... but is there more to it? - Joel Thorman
The name Chiefs may not be offensive but the Chiefs and the fans have clearly used Native American monikers. Things like headdresses, the Tomahawk Chop and Warpaint ... that's pretty obvious. Should those go?

DC John Pagano looking for 11 good men - Eric Williams
Pagano confirmed that Virginia Tech product receiver Eddie Royal was helpful in recruiting his former college teammate cornerback Brandon Flowers to San Diego.

It's time to size up cornerback shuffle - John Clayton
Copying the Seattle Seahawks -- who won a Super Bowl going with tall, man-to-man cornerbacks and letting them operate behind a great pass rush -- the Chiefs want corners who are 6-foot or taller. Flowers is 5-foot-9. Even though he is coming off a Pro Bowl season, Flowers became expendable because of his $9.75 million salary and not being at the Chiefs' new height mandate.

Sun Tzu on Analytics - Brian Burke
For those of you who may be unfamiliar with Sun Tzu, he was the ancient Chinese general and philosopher who wrote The Art of War. Still required reading around military academies and war colleges around the world to this day, The Art of War is perhaps the most influential military treatise in history.