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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 30, 2015

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Happy Homecoming for Pair of WRs - Ricky Henne
"It felt great," he said. "Just being at home, knowing I have so many people here watching me.  Just being comfortable back there and building confidence.  We knew all week that he was going to give me a chance to get some yards, so I just caught the ball, found where I could go and just took off…It was definitely a relief.  Just going out there and having fun."

"An Offensive Achievement Over the Last Decade" for Rivers - Ricky Henne
It was only fitting that Antonio Gates was on the receiving end of the touchdown that tied Montana, as well as the TD that passed him.  After answering questions earlier in the week about a sideline spat he equated to brothers having a disagreement, Rivers explained how it is always meaningful tossing a TD to the all-time great tight end

La Canfora’s Latest: McDermott, Lions, Kroenke - Rory Parks
Per La Canfora, a team that hires McDermott would do well to add current Chargers head coach Mike McCoy as its offensive coordinator. McCoy is rumored to be on his way out of San Diego at the end of the year, and he and McDermott share a "mutual admiration" for each other. The addition of McCoy would also help to alleviate concern regarding McDermott’s abilities on the offensive side of the ball.

Philip Rivers reaches 40,000 passing yards - Eric Wiliams
"Joe Montana was on my wall. I get the chills when you say I passed him because those are names I grew up watching," Rivers told reporters.

Denzel Perryman up, Melvin Ingram down in Chargers' win - Eric Williams
Melvin Ingram: San Diego’s best pass-rusher played most of the game, but finished without a tackle or sack. Trevor Robinson: He struggled in pass coverage and run blocking. At times Robinson was bowled over by Jacksonville nose tackle Roy Miller.