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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 3, 2015

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SD-JAX Grades: Rivers bounces back to snap Chargers’ skid - William Moy
Rookie LB Denzel Perryman (+3.2) hadn’t played much the first ten weeks of the season but he has a +6.7 overall grade over the last two weeks while being in on 56% of San Diego’s defensive snaps. He posted a +3.3 run defense grade yesterday while leading the Chargers with six stops.

Grading All 32 NFL First Round Draft Picks This Season - Khaled Elsayed
Those five fumbles really cloud everything about Gordon’s rookie season. He’s run well at times, but ball security is paramount in the NFL, and he just hasn’t developed a knack for it.

Chris Hairston, Kenny Wiggins solidifying Chargers' offensive line - Eric Williams
"It’s just gotten to the point right now where I look at Chris and Kenny as starters," Chargers offensive coordinator Frank Reich said. "I think they’re legit starters, and we’re very fortunate to have them.

Chargers, Special Teams Coordinator Kevin Spencer Part Ways -
Assistant Special Teams Coach Craig Aukerman will oversee the specialty units for the remainder of the 2015 season.

One Strong Tie Bonds Philip Rivers & Brock Osweiler - Hayley Elwood
"When I was coming out of Arizona State and preparing for the draft, I was fortunate to be able to sit down with him and pick his brain a little bit about the world I was heading into with the NFL.  He’s always been great to me and somebody I have a ton of respect for.  I see how hard he plays every single Sunday and it’s hard not to root for somebody like that."