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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 12, 2014

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Thearon W. Henderson

June Jones’s Retirement, and the Lasting Influence and Likely End of the Run-and-Shoot Offense - Chris B. Brown
Considering the kind of week we’re having, the news that the head coach of 0-2 SMU had resigned was a minor blip on the radar. But when that coach is June Jones — and when his resignation means that, for the first time in roughly 30 years, no NFL or major college program will be running the famed run-and-shoot offense — that blip on the radar becomes a historically important football moment.

Can Ohrnberger fill shoes of Chargers veteran? - Neil Hornsby
Last year he graded +6.8 while run-blocking but a rather less encouraging -5.1 when dropping back. The better news was all bar -0.6 of that came as a guard.

Hardwick: Reccurring neck stingers led to IR - Eric Williams
"Unfortunately, it just seemed like it was heading down that path where it was going to be one a game," Hardwick said. "We were trying to really slow them down, and it didn’t seem to be working."

Brandon Flowers added to injury report - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
The severity of Flowers' groin injury is expected to gain clarity Friday morning when the team returns to practice. Afterward, they will attach a likelihood (probable, questionable, doubtful or out) to every injured player's Sunday availability.