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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 19, 2014

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Norm Hall

Imagining Football in a Non-NFL World - Bill Barnwell
There’s probably going to be professional football in 30 years. I just don’t know if that product will be presented to you by the National Football League.

Film Room: Philip Rivers - Cian Fahey
Gates runs an incredible route to lose Chancellor. As soon as Rivers releases the ball, Gates begins to fade towards the back pylon for a short moment. This takes Chancellor out of a position to cover Gates when he works back infield to catch Rivers' pass down the seam. Despite being forced to rush his actions in the pocket because of the pass rush, despite having to throw over a wall at the defensive line, and despite having to manipulate the coverage during his dropback, Rivers still throws a perfect pass for Gates to comfortably catch.

Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers Inspired by U-T San Diego Column to Help Lead "Passing It On" Campaign - Kevin Acee (UT$)
The Passing It On campaign challenges Chargers fans to support San Diego’s Ronald McDonald House Charities by pledging anywhere from 10 cents to $1 or more for every passing yard that Rivers completes this season. Rivers and Acee have each pledged $1 per yard, respectively, and the Walter J. and Betty C. Zable Foundation has generously agreed to match funds raised up to $50,000.

2014 NFL Draft Progress Report: A San Diego Steal - Erik Lambert
Coaches learn to love players who bring a fire to their style of play and that was a big thing said about linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu coming out of college.  In his very first game on Monday Night, that fire along with a great deal of ability created havoc with the opposing Arizona Cardinals.  He had four tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a blocked punt all in the same game.  Safe to say he’s a playmaker the San Diego Chargers wisely traded up for.

32 Observations, Week 2 - Nathan Jahnke
There are four 3-4 outside linebackers tied for the lead for most pressures from the position at 10 each. Two of them are Melvin Ingram and Dwight Freeney