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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 7, 2015

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

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Ex-Redbird Underwood gets year to develop at San Diego - Randy Reinhardt
"Being on the practice squad gave me a lot of time to work on my body, get healthy and stay healthy," Underwood said. "It was a redshirt year is how I looked at it. I grew mentally being around legends like Jarret Johnson and Dwight Freeney and spending time with Manti (Te'o)."

Chargers' Gates hosting boxing bout in hometown Detroit - Mike Brudenell
"I want to give kids here an opportunity to follow their dreams," Gates said at Thursday night's weigh-in at Greektown Casino in Detroit. "I'm a native of Detroit, my grandfather was a fighter and I've watched boxing all my life. Detroit has a great fight legacy. I want to help continue it."

Scouting the enemy: San Diego Chargers edition - Matt Verderame
Antonio Gates, 34, is still producing and is another 2016 free agent. Does San Diego let him walk or sign one more contract? Wide receiver Malcom Floyd also is in his final year and only getting $4.7 million this season. Expect Floyd to get a nice chunk of change somewhere in 2016.

Chargers stadium task force's public forum - Lori Weisberg (UT$)
Day said the nine-member group, which met for 1-1/2 hours late Friday afternoon in private, did not decide when the forum will take place but it will be soon. Also undecided is how frequently the advisory group will meet and when the next meeting will be held.

San Diego Chargers free agency: Fixing the defense - Sam Kweon
As much as I would love to have B.J. Raji, Jason Worilds or Doug Free come into the team, there is a player that the Chargers must lock up first and foremost in the off-season. Star cornerback Brandon Flowers.