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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 11, 2015

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers mark 54th anniversary in San Diego - Mike Wilkening
On this day in 1961, the American Football League allowed Chargers owner Barron Hilton to move the club from Los Angeles to San Diego after just one season. A lack of fan support in Los Angeles purportedly was the catalyst for the move.

Alleged gunman in CBS News 8 Sports Director's shooting surrenders in SWAT standoff - CBS 8
Following a standoff at an El Cajon residence, Mike Montana, 54, was wearing jeans, a dark sweatshirt and a beanie when he surrendered with his hands up to SWAT officers just before 10 p.m. The homes surrounding the suspect's neighborhood were evacuated during the standoff.

Mayor gives Steeg hope on stadium - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Steeg is one of Mayor Kevin Faulconer's nine panelists working on a stadium plan. By the fall, the Faulconer Nine is to spell out how a new Chargers stadium would be paid for and where it would be built, either downtown or at the Qualcomm Stadium site. Faulconer said the plan will be put to a public vote in 2016, though not before citizens can provide other feedback.

Agent's Take: Major salary cap or contract question for every AFC team - Joel Corry
Unlike the Steelers with Roethlisberger, it's unknown whether a new deal is on the horizon for Rivers because the Chargers haven't disclosed plans for him. Rivers would be justified in asking to be put in the $20 million per year club because of his performance. Since the start of the 2013 season, Rivers is second in the NFL with a 68.0 completion percentage and in fifth with 63 touchdown passes and 7.87 yards per attempt. He is also sixth in passer rating (99.5) and in passing yards (8,764).

Sig Stats: Elusive Rating - Sam Monson
Running back performance and blocking performance is a symbiotic relationship, but the Elusive Rating is an attempt to distill the actions and performance of the running backs from the blocking help they receive and the yardage that combination produces.

Ryan Carrethers could be an impact player on the D-line - ESPN Video
Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams talks about defensive lineman Ryan Carrethers and how his development could affect the team.