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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 19, 2015

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

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Another rival praises Bolts' Mike McCoy - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"They have been banged up this year," he said. "Sometimes a bye week can help you out a little bit, giving guys a chance to come back, so we are preparing for everybody. "Mike has done a great job of keeping everything going, and they still play fast no matter who they put in."

Mike McCoy hopes for tough decisions Sunday - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Kyle Emanuel was one of 46 players who were full participants in practice. The rookie outside linebacker suffered a concussion against Chicago. He’s also battled a shoulder injury since the season opener.

A "Salty Bunch" Look to Reverse Fortunes - Ricky Henne
The Chargers are understandably an angry bunch over how their year has gone.  They are salty about having a 2-7 record and salty about six of their losses coming down to the final drive.  Still, being angry can only get you so far, which is why they are focused on manifesting their emotions into tangible results.

Familiar Faces Return to Practice - Ricky Henne
"Yeah," he answered bluntly.  "They’ve been banged up. Sometimes the bye week can help you out a little bit there. The guys have a chance to come back." That looks to be the case.

Antonio Gates' knee still not 100 percent - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
The tight end made 10 catches over the two games, but looked less mobile than before the injury. Defenders banged him near the line of scrimmage because they didn't think he could run away. More able to tee him up, they dealt him hard hits after catches.