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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 30, 2015

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The Class of ’90: Where Are They Now? - Ken Belson
Seau’s family has sued the N.F.L., along with thousands of former players who claim the league hid from them the dangers of concussions. Given the diagnosis, his family is eligible for up to $4 million under the current settlement between the league and former players.

Johnson and Verrett: From Hometown Heroes to NFL Teammates - Ricky Henne
Jason Verrett grew up dreaming of following in the footsteps of his hometown hero, who was the first from Angelo Rodriguez High School to make it to the NFL. During his idol’s second year in the pros, he came back to catch one of his brother’s basketball games.  Verrett was in the stands and anxiously went up to his hero, shook his hand and mumbled some words about being a fan.

10 Things to Know Heading into the Chargers Draft - Ricky Henne
San Diego currently owns six picks in the 2015 NFL Draft, including selections in each of the first six rounds.  They’ll pick 17, 48, 83, 117, 153 and 192. Their seventh round pick was traded just prior to the 2013 season in exchange for NT Sean Lissemore.

CFF Player Profile: Nelson Agholor, WR - Gordon McGuinness
If you’ve been keeping up to date with our draft coverage so far, you’ll know how much we like this wide receiver class. The 2014 draft brought us some fantastic rookie performances, but we think this group has the talent to at least match them long-term. We’ve already covered player profiles for Amari Cooper, Kevin WhiteJaelen Strong and DeVante Parker, so now let’s take a look at another potential first-round draft pick in USC’s Nelson Agholor.

True Grit - Chris B. Brown
Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Brett Hundley, and Bryce Petty all boast thrilling potential and heartburn-inducing flaws. So how should talent evaluators grade them before Thursday’s NFL draft? A six-pronged formula (plus one secret ingredient) can provide the clarity we seek.

Running Back to the Future: Why Is Todd Gurley Suddenly Soaring Up NFL Draft Boards? And Should He Be? - Robert Mays
"I know there are some pretty unique running backs coming out in this draft class," Spielman told reporters. "I’d be surprised if a couple of these guys may not go in the first round, but we’ll see how this whole process goes through."