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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 21, 2015

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

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Fat Jameis and More Key Story Lines to Track at This Year’s NFL Combine - Matt Borcas
Little is known about Winston’s and fellow quarterback Bryce Petty’s study session with Jim Harbaugh, but based on this video, you have to assume it included a screening of The Sandlot and repeated use of the word "asshole."

Futures: The Inner Game and the 2015 Class - Matt Waldman
I track these as hits during the act of securing the football, and I do it for backs, receivers, and tight ends. A player who consistently abandons attempts on targets due to an imminent collision lacks that elevated toughness as a receiver in the passing game. He might be tough enough in other areas, but not in that specific environment of play.

2015 Combine: Scouting the Offensive Line - Ricky Henne
For most positions, the 40-yard dash is generally viewed as most important, but for offensive linemen I always look at the vertical and broad jump.

Telesco and rivals, drafting 'blue' talent - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Blue in NFL scouting circles denotes a player who is a difference maker. "Blue" players end up in Pro Bowls. Blue talent translates to playoff berths. If a general manager finds a blue player in every draft, he's not feeling blue. He's ahead of the competition.

U-T/10News poll: 65% say Bolts deceived - U-T San Diego (UT$)
Results show almost half of the respondents also critical of mayor's handling of stadium situation

Black 'pulling hard' for Chargers to stay - Dennis Lin (UT$)
I'm pulling extremely hard for the Chargers to stay," the Padres manager said. "Being a San Diegan, I think it's something we all want. I don't think any San Diegan wants to see the Chargers leave."