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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 10, 2015

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

Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESS

With 3 NFL teams and 2 stadiums at play for L.A., here are 9 possible outcomes - Sam Farmer
The owners heard a detailed, hourlong update on the Inglewood stadium proposal and the competing vision for Carson. Owners who once deflected questions about L.A. with a shrug or smirk gave thoughtful, informed and optimistic answers.

Inside Slant: The insanity of replacing Philip Rivers - Kevin Seifert
"It's pretty clear that quarterbacks in a spread at the NFL level take a beating," Clarkson said. "You can't last playing quarterback when you're exposed that way. ... Something has to give. Either you find a way to train them to play in the pocket, or the position is going to become situational in 10 years, because they're going to run out of them."

Where Are They Now? Takeo Spikes - Ricky Henne
"Right now I currently have my hands in a lot of stuff, and there are three things in particular," he said.  "The first thing I do is broadcasting for Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports.  The show is with Mike Florio, and I am an analyst on that.  Also, I do Sirius Satellite radio.  And the last project I am working on is with photography.  I’ve been into photography since I retired.   Now, I am in the process of creating a series of books."

Double coverage: On Tennessee Titans, San Diego Chargers and QB - Paul Kuharsky & Eric Williams
I don’t buy that the quarterback and the team have to grow up together. It usually happens that way because a team like this would be using its high pick on a quarterback and the chance to trade for a proven guy is exceptionally rare. But given that chance, I’ll take the proven commodity like Rivers over an unknown like Mariota.