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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 16, 2015

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

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers Respond to Mayor’s Proposal for Another City Task Force -
Over the entire time we have been working with Mayor Faulconer and his staff, we have only ever asked for one thing – and we asked for it at the very first meeting we had with the Mayor’s staff: ‘Please do not assign Steve Cushman to work on this issue; instead let’s try to find some new voices and fresh perspectives to add to this 13-year-long process. Again, this is the one and only request we’ve ever made of the Mayor.

John Pagano's 2014 Evaluation & 2015 Preview - Ricky Henne
Defensive Coordinator John Pagano invited us into his office to share his thoughts on 2014 and provide a glimpse into his plans for 2015.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer Talks Chargers Stadium - Marty Caswell
Twelve years and seven mayors after the city of San Diego commissioned a task force to investigate the possibility of a new Chargers stadium in San Diego, Faulconer addressed the stadium issue in his first state of the city address in front of a packed house at Balboa Theatre. Below is the full  transcript of Faulconer’s three-minute speech on the Chargers, and his timetable for unveiling a realistic plan for a new stadium.

Dez Bryant took 3 steps and no one knows what a catch is - Stephen White
Let me go ahead and say that obviously I still do not agree with the ruling on the Dez Bryant catch at the end of the Cowboys vs. Packers game. And no, I'm not saying I just disagree with the "bad" rule. I'm saying the rules when applied by the letter of the law still should have deemed that a catch and a fumble recovered by Bryant giving the Cowboys the ball either at the 1-yardline or ruling it a touchdown.