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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 2, 2015

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

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Junior Seau Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame - Ricky Henne
Sure enough, in his first year of eligibility, the legendary linebacker was elected to headline the 2015 Hall of Fame class, joining Jerome Bettis, Charles Haley, Tim Brown, Will Shields, Mick Tinglehoff, Bill Polian and Ron Wolf.  He’ll be officially inducted this summer.

The Great Defender - Chris B. Brown
Twenty-four years later, head coach Bill Belichick is still bombarding opponents with shrewd, coldly rational tactics. The result: His Patriots are making the sixth Super Bowl appearance of his reign, chasing their fourth title.

Super Bowl Wrap-up: What Was Pete Carroll Thinking? - Bill Barnwell
We’ll never understand it. I can explain some of the logic behind Seattle’s now infamous second-and-goal play call. I can show you why Russell Wilson threw the pass. I can point out why it might not have been quite as awful a decision as it seemed immediately afterward, when we judge such choices almost entirely based on their outcomes.

2015 NFL mock draft: Marcus Mariota back at No. 1 - Dan Kadar
Any offensive lineman who can play right tackle would be a successful choice for the Chargers. Clemmings would be an easier fit than trying to convert a left side player to the right. While Clemmings is still developing his hand usage, he showed at Pitt this season that he can knock defensive linemen around and get physical in the run game.

Poll: San Diegans weigh in on Chargers stadium plan - 10News Digital Team
When asked should local governments provide tax breaks to help build the stadium, 39 percent of respondents said yes and 53 percent said no. 8 percent were not sure.