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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 3, 2015

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

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Goldman to bankroll Chargers’ move - Daniel Kaplan
Goldman Sachs’ commitment goes beyond simply financing the proposed new stadium, though. The Chargers, the sources said, expect to play several seasons in either the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum or the Rose Bowl Stadium before that new stadium would be open, and the team expects that it might be called on to make any renovations required before playing at one of those venues.

San Diego Chargers' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency - Marcelo Villa (slideshow)
It would seem that the blueprint to winning free agency isn't based on how many new players San Diego can bring in but rather how many it can keep. The Chargers currently have 15 players preparing to hit the open market on March 10, many of whom started for them last season.

Bolts seek Jarret Johnson-Ravens model - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Talking once about the success of safety Jahleel Addae, whom Telesco signed as a college free agent and McCoy touted as a potential core player, Johnson said "that's how you build a championship team."

Chargers learn final cap figures - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The qualitative is the team believes it has enough space to accomplish this offseason what it wishes. For now, that means continuing talks with impending free agents, among whom cornerback Brandon Flowers is a high priority. Mutual interest exists between both sides, and the team hopes to re-sign him before he becomes an unrestricted free agent.

How Madden Ratings Are Made - Walt Hickey
"Offensive guard is probably your athletic skill set," Moore said at the end of the day. "But you're probably going to want to put on 100 pounds. So, that's going to be hard for you to bulk up there and still maintain the performance that you put on display today."