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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 14, 2015

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

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NFL, task force meeting called 'positive' - Stefanie Loh
In a news conference with reporters at the Westin Gaslamp Quarter, Grubman cautioned against reading too much into the fact that he hasn't been to San Diego before this, but indicated that the NFL has waited till now to come visit because until recently, there hadn't been much public leadership behind the stadium issue. The mayor's commission of the advisory group and the county's decision to jump in to help the city in their stadium redevelopment plan likely helped to change that.

Chargers leave Oregon; QB Hundley next - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The evaluation of quarterback prospects in the upcoming draft continues, UCLA's Brett Hundley next on the list. Team brass, including coach Mike McCoy, offensive coordinator Frank Reich and front-office members, traveled on the private team plane Tuesday from Eugene to Los Angeles. Hundley's workout is on Wednesday, the NFL Network reported.

McCoy Explains Draft Prep, Offseason and More - Ricky Henne
We kicked off our two-part interview with Mike McCoy yesterday as the head coach talked about the newest Bolts and upcoming schedule release. In the second installment, McCoy discusses draft preparation, dealing with distractions and the offseason program:

McCoy Weighs in on Free Agency Haul, 2015 Schedule - Ricky Henne
As we reach the heart of the offseason, Head Coach Mike McCoy invited us inside his office for a wide-ranging discussion about the 2015 San Diego Chargers. The first installment of our two-part interview looks at the team’s free agent additions and upcoming schedule release:

Carrethers Motivated for Year Two - Ricky Henne
"Everyone knows those in the NFL are at an elite level, but it is even more intense than they say.  Just the level of the game and competition definitely took me by surprise even."