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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 1, 2015

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

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Chargers head coach Mike McCoy not concerned about job security - Eric Williams
"I’m taking this job one day at a time like I do every day," McCoy said. "I just keep plugging away every day and put great plans in, week in and week out. And I take it one day at a time here."

Denzel Perryman, Manti Te'o create dynamic duo for Chargers - Eric Williams
"He told me if I ever needed anything, to just call him," Perryman said. "I was supposed to come out the next day, but something happened with my flight and I couldn’t make it. But ever since then, we’ve just been communicating and talking. He wants the best for me, and I want the best for him. And we just push each other so we can both be the best."

Melvin Gordon shows growth if numbers don't - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
The rookie has played in all 11 games. He has weathered the four fumbles and rebounded from a benching at Green Bay in Week 5. As in college, where he redshirted and would back up two future NFL draftees, Montee Ball and Jame White, before rising into the feature role, he has needed time to get his footing.

Five Lessons from the Jaguars Game - Ricky Henne
"I think there are plenty of plays Denzel made there.  I can’t wait to watch the film.  You know 51 made it on us in the first stretch play we ran in the game.  (Paul) Posluszny ran right through there and made a big play.  And you see Denzel, I think there were a number of those today where the tackle is down at that second level that he didn’t miss.  You love it.  You love the way they play."

Eye on San Diego Chargers ahead of Denver Broncos Week 13 matchup - Cameron Wolfe
Quarterback Phillip Rivers is having one of his best seasons as despite the Chargers' woes. He threw for 300 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions against the Jaguars. Rivers trails only Tom Brady in total passing yards, and he's second behind Drew Brees in completion percentage.