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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 17, 2015

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

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Wilson Brings Swagger, Toughness to Secondary - Ricky Henne
"Fans here are going to get a football player," he proudly said.  "I can do a lot of different things on the football field, and you’re going to get maximum effort from me.  I don’t like to let anyone down.  I come from this city, so it’s my duty to give some of my attitude and toughness to this locker room and help the team win.

Orlando Franklin adds toughness, grit to Chargers' offensive line - Eric Williams
"If all else fails, I’ve always prided myself on being a physical player in this league," Franklin said. "I’m going to get the job done, no ands, ifs or buts about it. I take pride in what I do. I’m a person where it’s not enough for us to get a big gain, or score a touchdown. I want to be the first offensive lineman in the end zone congratulating the receiver or the running back each and every time.

Spanos out of hiding, now just waiting - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"I’m anxiously awaiting what the mayor and the task force come up with," Spanos said at least four times during a 40-minute conversation Monday morning in the conference room adjacent to his Chargers Park office.

Trade Cost-Benefit Analysis - Andrew Healy
Let's check out some recent trades, with a complete accounting for everything, including cap space. We can measure draft picks and cap space in the same terms by the on-field value that those assets usually create. The unknown is the future performance of the traded players. By accounting for everything else, we can see how well McCoy will need to perform to make the trade a winner for the Bills.

Failed Completions 2014 - Scott Kacsmar
The following table shows each team's completions and failed completions, and the percentage of each team's completions that were failed plays. Teams are sorted from lowest failure rate on completions (Green Bay) to highest (Oakland). We've also listed each team's yardage gained on failed completions, their offensive DVOA on failed completions, and their overall pass offense DVOA.