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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 2, 2015

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

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Is the old Q the new Q? - Roger Showley (UT$)
Real estate experts, politicians and the public seem increasingly convinced that the 166-acre site is where the team should continue to play, either in a vastly refurbished Qualcomm or in a state-of-the-art, $1 billion-plus new facility next to it.

Former Chargers GM A.J. Smith retires - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"It has been an honor and a privilege to be a part of the National Football League," he said. "I will always cherish my time in the NFL and the friendships that developed over those many years. Looking forward to spending lots of time in Del Mar, Rhode Island, and parts unknown."

Is this how the AFC West will someday look? - Pete Grathoff
It seems logical that a team from the NFC West would switch divisions with either Oakland or San Diego. So we asked you two questions: Which team would you want to leave the AFC West and which NFC West team would you like to see play in the Chiefs’ division?

Grantland Exclusive: The Re-oranging of the Cleveland Browns - Brian Phillips
Thank you for taking the time to participate in the Cleveland Browns’ Brand Revolution Survey 2k15: The Re-Oranging: Brownpocalypse: The Final Chapter 2.0. Your input is vital to us! Please answer the following questions using as few or as many words as you require.

Constant Compensation: How Do the Ravens Always Have So Many Draft Picks? - Robert Mays
To explain, let’s quickly go back to the spring of 2010, when Baltimore lost a bunch of players to the free-agent market. Most notably, Derrick Mason left for the New York Jets and Dwan Edwards headed to the Buffalo Bills. Each year, after the conclusion of free agency, the league surveys what a team gained and lost in the market, and based on the league’s own formula, it awards teams with net-loss compensatory draft picks in the following year’s draft.