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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 28, 2015

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Chargers' possible move would deepen San Diego's sad sports history - Brent Schrotenboer
No bigger city in America has suffered a sadder sports history than this one. This is a fact. Of the nine most populous cities in the U.S, only San Diego never has won a championship in the NFL, NBA, NHL or Major League Baseball.

Re-Charging - Shawne Merriman
I played for six years in San Diego and eight years in the NFL, and anyone who’s familiar with my career knows that I battled multiple injuries, which meant frequent trips to the doctor. On one of those visits — about seven years after I dropped that young lady off at the shelter — I was walking through the parking lot when somebody came up from behind me and grabbed me. I snapped around because I didn’t know who it was.

Pressure is on San Diego's NFL stadium task force - Scott M. Reid
"We’re going to have a framework of a plan that will be fair and workable," Manolatos said Monday. "The bottom line is there’s going to be a path to a stadium in San Diego and it seems like there’s a plan in Los Angeles as well. It’s up to (Chargers owner Dean) Mr. Spanos to decide.

Tax-Adjusted Salary Caps Illustrate Huge Disparity In NFL Payrolls - Jim Pagels
"Teams like the Dolphins, Cowboys, the Jaguars, the Seahawks—they’ll flaunt the fact they have no state tax," accountant Robert Raiola, a.k.a. the "Sports Tax Man," said in an interview with Bleacher Report. This certainly had an impact on new Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who was not shy about his desire to play for a team in a taxless state.