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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 14, 2015

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

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Jason Verrett Has Become the Forgotten Star of the 2014 NFL Draft - Cian Fahey
The more notable numbers from the above chart are the press versus off numbers. Press coverage was considered any play where Verrett lined up within five yards of the receiver he was covering. Despite his size, Verrett is actually very effective in press coverage because of his strength and quick feet.

Broken Tackles 2014: Offenses - Vincent Verhei
The 2013 Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl in part because they excelled at breaking tackles. Not only did they lead the league in broken tackles as a team, but their top rusher, passer, and receiver were all first or second at their position in this category. In 2014, they led the league again, and the running back and quarterback were exceptional for the second year in a row.

Donald Butler Highly Motivated Heading Into 2015 - Ricky Henne
"I’ve been working, working and working," he said.  "And then putting in more work.  I am working to get better because as a collective group, we all feel like we didn’t do well enough last year. So I know for myself, I’ve been working all offseason to get my mind and body back right to where it needs to be."

Melvin Gordon hopes to ignite San Diego Chargers' ground game - Eric Williams
"At Wisconsin, being a running back you're expected to ball out every game," Gordon said. "You're expected to go out there and lead the team. You always have expectations, but I don't feel like I need to carry the team.

NFL May Ask Rams, Chargers To Share Stadium - Zach Links
Jason Cole of Bleacher Report (on Twitter) heard that the NFL may push the Rams to share a stadium with the Chargers in Inglewood, California. The development comes as a surprise since the Chargers and Raiders have been working together to build a stadium in the Los Angeles area.

Has CSAG lost its primary focus? Scott Kaplan from the Mighty 1090 asks that question and more: