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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 28, 2015

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

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Jarret Johnson talks Te'o, Ingam - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"In my mind, this linebackers corps is where you want it -- young, athletic and fast," he said. "It has a ton of upside. They all have had so many injury issues that they all have dealt with, but hopefully that’s all in the past. Hopefully those are all things that they’ve kind of played through."

Carson isn't the Chargers' destination - Kevin Acee (UT$)
It is the type of substantial wealth that L.A. and the Bay Area possess – and San Diego does not -- upon which NFL stadiums are privately financed. Otherwise, as has happened in other medium-sized and smaller markets, there is substantial public assistance required. The Chargers, for instance, would be asking for around $600 million (possibly much more).

Meet Charger Girl Shelbi -
Get to know Shelbi as she shoots for the Charger Girl swimsuit calendar.

Telesco's Take on Wide Receivers in the Draft - (Video)
General Manager Tom Telesco explains why the wide receiver class is a deep group for the second straight year.

Combine Survivor Effect - Brian Burke
It's ironic that the one event that yields individualized, quantifiable, objective measures of player ability has so little correlation with career outcomes. The NFL's pre-draft combine produces hard numbers about player strength, speed, agility, height, weight, and even intelligence, but it continues to be difficult to find strong relationships between these core attributes and player performance in the pros.

Three sleeper RB prospects emerge - Aaron Schatz (Insider)
The best Speed Score of the 2015 combine belongs to a sleeper prospect, Karlos Williams of Florida State. Williams ran a 4.48 40 at 230 pounds, and his Speed Score of 114.2 was the only one above 110 at this year's combine.