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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 27, 2015

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

Malcolm Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Looking at the San Diego Chargers First Round Draft Picks of the Last Ten Years - TheFencingCoach
Ingram has tiny, tiny, tiny little raptor arms…never a good trait for a pass rusher. After seeing action in all 16 games as a rookie, Ingram has struggled with health, tearing his ACL in year 2 and only playing 13 games total after his rookie season. He has racked up 6 career sacks to date. Between Merriman, English, and Ingram, the Chargers have not luck in the pass rush department. Ingram has been a huge bust so far.

San Diego officials propose bold new Chargers funding plan: Borrow money, pay it back somehow - Neil deMause
No offense, guys, but it’s not much of a challenge to come up with ways of paying for a stadium that just amount to "Borrow the money, then pay it back somehow." The not-so-fancy footwork is apparently being inspired by a California law that requires a two-thirds public vote before adding new taxes, a voter threshold that is never going to be cleared for a San Diego stadium, no way, no how.

ESPN expert sees Bolts-Rams in L.A.- Tom Krasovic (UT$)
For all the attention the Chargers and Raiders grabbed by announcing a plan to build and occupy an 80,000-seat stadium in Carson, there's also the possibility that one of those longtime AFC West rivals ditches the other if a better deal comes along.

San Diego Chargers need to stay put: Just say no to Los Angeles - Tim Forkes
San Diego is not a very enthusiastic sports town. It just isn’t. In 1984 the Clippers moved to Los Angeles and played second fiddle to the Lakers for 30 years. No one in San Diego really cared.

San Diego Chargers: Top 10 Wide Receivers of All-Time - Keith Demolder (slideshow)
From Philip Rivers to Dan Fouts, the San Diego Chargers quarterbacks have had some pretty outstanding receiving corps to throw to over the years. Ever since Lance Alworth graced Balboa Stadium in downtown San Diego, the Chargers have been known as a team that likes to air it out on offense. Truthfully, the most prolific of receivers was Alworth, but some people may not know the other great receivers not named Lance Alworth that wore the powder blues.