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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 29, 2015

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Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Keenan Allen Holding Himself to Higher Standard - Ricky Henne
Nonetheless, even though most would have been pleased to put up those numbers, Allen was displeased with last year’s performance. "I was average.  From what I expect of myself, it was average."

QBs in Focus: Deep Passing - Steve Palazzolo
Short and intermediate passing already shown, here’s a look at how quarterbacks fared in the deep passing game in 2014.

Best Cornerback Stats 2014 - Andrew Healy
Coming in sixth is Brandon Flowers, the cornerback who the Chiefs did not want. Regardless of his size, Flowers was a bright spot in a poor San Diego defense. The Chargers ranked 25th overall in defense, but 13th against opponents' No. 1 wideouts.

Why Pro Bowler Darrell Stuckey is a Rare Breed - Ricky Henne
While a handful of players at each position are recognized, only two players in the entire league make the annual all-star game for their special teams prowess.  After being considered one of the best in the league for a number of years, Darrell Stuckey was finally rewarded with his first trip to the Pro Bowl after last season.

Chargers' salary cap space: Philip Rivers, Eric Weddle pose potential road bumps - Jason Fitzgerald
This year, their cap situation finally became more flexible and they began to take on a few larger contacts with the signing of cornerback Brandon Flowers, tackle King Dunlap and guard Orlando Franklin; but they are still one year away from the complete removal of salary cap constraints. Other than those players, free agency represented more of the same approach with a number of low-cost veterans being signed to contracts to fill out the positions of need on the roster, such as Johnson and Jones, to complete the wide receiver grouping at the low combined cost of $6.75 million per year.