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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 6, 2015

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

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3 offseason priorities, defense - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Liuget, quick, powerful and versatile, scares Chargers opponents more than any other Chargers lineman. The addition of a difference maker to the line would create more one-on-one matchups for Liuget, 24. Ends Liuget and Kendall Reyes can become free agents next offseason. It may be time for Telesco to draft an end who could develop behind them this year.

Cole: Chargers Owner Will Try Blocking Kroenke From Los Angeles Move - Brendan Marks
San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos says he will attempt to block Rams owner Stan Kroenke from relocating to Los Angeles, according to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole. To relocate, a team must get the approval of 24 owners. Spanos says he believes he has the nine votes to prevent Kroenke from moving.

San Diego Chargers' 2015 Offseason Draft Scouting Guide - Max Garland (slideshow)
The Chargers pick 17th in the first round of the draft. LSU’s La’el Collins (6’5", 321 lbs) should be available at that spot. Some see Collins converting to guard in the NFL, but the Chargers wouldn’t mind that—they need help at all line positions. He’s one of the most powerful blockers in the class and makes a big impact in the running game.

San Diego Chargers struggle to get a new football stadium - Sam Farmer
The Chargers have been working since 2002 to get a new stadium in San Diego. The team has been at Qualcomm Stadium since 1967, and the venue shows its age. It doesn't have the luxury suites or club seating of modern NFL stadiums, and the video boards and scoreboard are outdated, as is the signage.

Chargers Fan Base Lagging Behind Other NFL Cities - Derek Togerson
According to the study, 55-percent of adults in the San Diego market consumed a Chargers game in some capacity in the 2014 calendar year.  That means they watched or attended or listened to one of the Chargers’ 22 games (two in the 2013 post-season, four pre-season and 16 regular-season games in the 2014 season).