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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 9, 2015

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NFL good for $200M for Chargers stadium - Lori Weisberg (UT$)
The NFL would likely contribute $200 million toward a new Chargers stadium in San Diego, an executive with the commissioner’s office told the mayor’s task force during a phone conversation Tuesday.

CFF Sig Stats: Interior Defenders - Michael Mountford
Christian Ringo leads the defensive interior with a ridiculous 15.8 PRP. Ringo recorded pressure at a more consistent rate than J.J. Watt did. Ringo was able to beat up on the Sunbelt conference as he recorded a pressure in every game and his best game came against instate rival Louisiana-Monroe as he recorded nine pressures.

CFF Overview: WRs – Sleepers - Gordon McGuinness
The knock on Smith, and something we definitely found watching the tape, was that he was used so much as a downfield threat that we didn’t get a chance to see much of him on shorter routes. It’s hard to fault Ohio State for using him that way, though, because he’s one of the few wide receivers in this draft class who possesses the speed to simply blow the top off of a defense with pure speed alone.

CFF Overview: WRs – Buyer Beware - Gordon McGuinness
Any time some people are trying to tell you a wide receiver is a tight end you know there are some issues with his game. Funchess does not look like a tight end to us, but he looks like a Marques Colston kind of ‘big-slot’ receiver. Colston of course was another player that people claimed was a tight end at the next level but carved an excellent career for himself as a wide receiver working the middle of the field.

First Rounders Currently on the Chargers - Gallery
A look at all the former first round picks currently on the Bolts roster.