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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 3, 2014

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Four Questions: AFC West - PFF Analysis Team
We saw flashes of what Chargers tight end Ladarius Green is capable of a year ago and he’ll continue to emerge here in his third season. As Antonio Gates ages, Green should slowly take over more of the workload and provide a vertical seam threat for QB Philip Rivers.

A Defense to Match: Appreciating the Stingy Spartans in the Offensive Age - Chris B. Brown
Rather than trying to call the right defense and maybe being right or maybe being wrong, Dantonio and Narduzzi have responded to this challenge by building a responsive defense that mutates into the right alignment depending on what the offense does.

Grice clears waivers, added to Bolts’ PS - Eric Williams
Telseco said on Monday the team hoped to bring back Grice on the practice squad if he cleared waivers. With Grice now in the fold, San Diego's practice squad is at a full 10 players. The only San Diego selection from this year's draft not on the active roster or practice squad is seventh-round selection receiver Tevin Reese.

Chargers need to create pass rush - Video San Diego Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams says the team has to improve its sack total, starting with Week 1 against the Cardinals.

NFL Season Predictions, Part 2: The Falling Stars - Bill Barnwell
To some extent, we’re living with an inflated opinion of the Chargers that never even should have been revealed. The Chargers made it into the playoffs in Week 17 after their three competitors for the final wild-card spot in the AFC each lost, but the Chargers also probably should have been in that same graveyard.