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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 24, 2015

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

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Snap-Weighted Age: 2014 NFL Rosters - Scott Kacsmar
The answer may simply be that there is no superior way of building a team. While 2014's three oldest teams (Saints, Bears and Chargers) all missed the playoffs, the league's third-youngest team was one yard away from back-to-back championships. Old or young, drafted or a free agent, good players with good coaching is what drives success in the NFL. Teams have to explore every avenue to maximize the number of good players on their roster. That's always the goal.

Don’t blame Telesco for being vague - Annie Heilbrunn
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco held a pre-draft press conference Wednesday at Chargers Park, and it was met with some criticism on the Interwebs. Folks seemed to be bothered by Telesco’s vagueness, especially regarding the rumors surrounding quarterback Philip Rivers possibly being traded to the Titans (or any team).

Chargers and Raiders overhaul design for potential L.A. stadium - Sam Farmer & Nathan Fenno
"We wanted the building to be iconic and sleek, like a luxury sports car," said David Manica, president of Manica Architecture, who is designing the stadium. "Very aerodynamic, in motion, flowing lines from every angle."

These are strange, strange times for the Chargers - Annie Heilbrunn
No one can blame Rivers — who gives everything he has to this team on and off the field (and has for more than a decade) — for speaking his truth. No one can fault him for wanting the best for his family (well, you can, but seriously, you’ll look like a jerk).

Branden Oliver Sets Sight on Greater Success in 2015 - Ricky Henne
Oliver is driven with an insatiable desire to make a bigger impact in 2015.  True to form, he is not resting on his laurels, stressing a number of areas he wants to improve upon in order to fulfill his potential.