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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 13, 2015

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

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Bolts' time to catch Broncos is now - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Denver's exit ensured that, for the 16th straight year, the Super Bowl champion won't come from the AFC West. The drought is the longest of the eight divisions. The '98 Broncos, a Super Bowl winner over the Falcons, were the last AFC West team to claim the Lombardi Trophy.

Faulconer steps into stadium, convention debate - Lori Weisberg (UT$)
While the Chargers and San Diego’s tourism industry have long lobbied for their separate projects, increasingly they have become intertwined. Meanwhile, efforts to build a new stadium have taken on much greater urgency with the announcement last week that the multibillionaire owner of the St. Louis Rams plans to develop a massive stadium complex in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood.

Online Dater Claiming To Be An NFL Lineman Has An Indecent Proposal - Samer Kalaf
We received these screengrabs from someone who said that his sister, who lives near Boston, met someone claiming to be Robinson on dating site PlentyOfFish. That person led off by boasting that he played professional football and knew Rob Gronkowski:

Jets could be involved in dizzying game of musical coaches - Rich Cimini
Frank Reich (San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator) -- There hasn't been any buzz about Reich. He interviewed for the Bills' job, but that went to Rex Ryan.

San Diego Chargers Upset At St. Louis Rams Overtures To Los Angeles Market - Papa_Lurch
Roger Goodell has already used his almighty powers to declare that no team will be in LA next year. That gives the NFL a year to figure the situation out. And the Chargers may make this already complicated situation a messy legal battle as well.