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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 13, 2015

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

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Why Danny Woodhead Is Here to Stay - Samuel Feldman
While Woodhead is labelled as just a passing back, this label actually appears to limit what he can do for a team too much. Woodhead is bulkier than Gordon and bigger than most realize even though he is short at only 5'8."

Chargers’ Hairston has scar to remember season - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"Just to know I can still play football," said Hairston, a 2011 Bills fourth-round pick. "When I first got out here, there were a couple plays where I was like, ‘Man, am I not good at football anymore?’ Definitely in training camp. My first start at guard against (Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins in Week 2); that was a rough one. Just getting back into it.

Meet Charger Girl Roxy - (video)
Go behind the scenes of the Charger Girl Calender shoot and meet Roxy.

Impressive Debut Five Years in the Making - Ricky Henne
Wiggins is a bright spot in what has been a difficult season for the Bolts, embodying everything fans love about sports as he never gave up on his dream. Out of practice squad eligibility in 2014, Wiggins was released at the end of last year’s training camp.  He never gave up, and was re-signed by the Bolts prior to Week 17 when he saw his first career snaps on special teams.

Righting the Ship After the Bye Week - Ricky Henne
"I know everybody’s disappointed with where we’re at right now, but come back with the right mindset (and) do whatever you have to do. Everybody’s different. You push different buttons with each player, but the main thing is to come back focused ready to go Monday with the right mindset and we’ll have a great plan come next week. Come back ready to roll. There’s a lot of football left.  We have to find a way to turn it around."