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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 6, 2015

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Report: Chargers' 2015 season ticket sales well above last year's pace - Michael Cronin
Season ticket prices for nearly half the seats in the stadium — more than 30,000 seats — dropped in price or remain unchanged for the 2015 season, according to the team. That number includes more than 9,000 seat locations with ticket prices dropped to just $67 per game, which the team says is among the lowest in the NFL.

Chargers Draft Picks Get Their Numbers - Derek Togerson
It's a bit of a tradition for NFL fans to buy uniforms with the numbers of the new Draft picks on the backs each season. This year, the Chargers have five new draftees and on Monday we found out what numbers they'll be wearing for the 2015 season:

Telesco talks about LSU G La'El Collins - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"Right now, he's going to try to take care of what he needs to take care of first, and he will go from there," the GM said. "There just isn't enough information yet about the whole situation. Which is probably why he went undrafted."

Two Melvins are the talk of Chargers Park - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Melvin Ingram is putting smiles on faces at Chargers Park. The outside linebacker has whipped his body into impressive shape in recent months. The Chargers say Ingram, 26, looks incredible. The team is thrilled with the work he put in over the winter.

2015 Draft in Review: San Diego Chargers - Matt Claassen
Perryman jumps out on film because of his physical playing style, but he did not grade as well as his production may suggest. Perryman was fifth among linebackers in the draft with an 11.8 Run Stop Percentage against Power 5 opponents, but he actually graded negatively in run defense. He can quickly pursue ball carriers to take them down, but struggles to get off blocks once engaged and needs more help from his defensive line to keep him clean than other linebackers. We like that the Chargers are addressing the position, but a round too early for Perryman in our eyes.