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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 15, 2015

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

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How Quarterbacks Age - Brian Burke
he bottom line is that very successful quarterbacks like Manning aren't going to become bad slowly. All of sudden one year, they'll have significant drop-off in performance. If they were 26 and had the same kind of season or had a similar injury, they'd no doubt be back at camp the following July. But at 36, that job in the broadcast booth will seem quite enticing. Successful, established QBs will generally continue to be successful until one day they're not. We won't see it coming. But of course, everyone will pretend they did.

Philip Rivers Rushing Highlights in 2014 - Video
Look back at some of the best rushes from a fleet-footed Philip Rivers, who achieved a career high 102 rushing yards in the 2014 season.

Bolts' love of Brown seems over the top - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
While it's typical for NFL teams to laud their players, Telesco and Reich, as you'll see below, were robust in their praise of the running back and fellow former Colts employee.

Four Myths About a Chargers Stadium That Must Die - Scott Lewis
Unfortunately, a stadium is a loser as a standalone business. The Chargers would not want the stadium if we gave it to them nor would any other business. Sure, the team pays rent, as would the Aztecs. Concerts will come and go. Monster truck rallies, all paying rent, will show up. But over the long term, the stadium becomes a terrible burden.

San Diego Chargers 2014 penalty wrap-up - Eric Williams
Surprising that Fluker had just two holding calls after some of his struggles against the elite pass-rushers in the NFL. Of course, Fluker's six false starts also are likely a result of trying to get an extra step against speed rushers. Fluker finished with four false starts in 2013

Chargers should bring back Eddie Royal - ESPN Video
ESPN Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams talks about wide receiver Eddie Royal’s production this season and how it would make sense for the team to re-sign him.

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