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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 16, 2014

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Training Camp Preview: Wide Receivers - Ricky Henne
The 6-2, 211-pounder also delivered on the big stage, recording eight catches for 163 yards with two touchdowns during the playoffs.  Allen became a popular figure in San Diego, yet has reiterated all offseason he isn’t satisfied with one season.  Instead he is determined to make even bigger strides in 2014.

All 100 Times Jeter's Name Was Mentioned On Fox—And All Zero Of Gwynn's - Timothy Burke
The Captain's name was spoken no fewer than 100 times on tonight's All-Star Game broadcast, but at what cost? That of remembering people like Tony Gwynn, Don Zimmer, or Bob Welch—none of whom were mentioned during the broadcast.

Critics complain the California Medical Board takes too long to discipline doctors -
Team 10 raised serious questions about the suicide of Junior Seau last month. The questions focused on Seau taking the sleeping pill Ambien and the doctor who prescribed them. Dr. David Chao is now on probation for things unrelated to Seau. But his probation has triggered more digging by Team 10 into the state agency that oversees doctors.

Punters in Perspective: Open-Field Punting - Ben Stockwell
Leading the way in 2013 for hang-time was Mike Scifres, and by quite some distance as well — Scifres held a lead of nearly a full second of hang-time per punt over last place man, Brandon Fields. In the process, Scifers launched more than half of his open-field punts with a hang-time in excess of five seconds, which compared to a league-wide average of less than 10%.