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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 10, 2015

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Route Breakdown: Slants - Steve Palazzolo
The slant is rather self-explanatory, and there are not many iterations to it. It’s a staple in every NFL offense — for short, quick receivers looking to pick up yards after the catch and also for the big receivers looking to move the chains.

Route Breakdown: Outs - Steve Palazzolo
The out route can be run at varying depths, from the 5-yard speed out to the 15-yard deep out. All of the various route depths will be included in this breakdown and short double moves that end in out routes are also included.

Malcom Floyd to retire after 2015 season - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
He is a man who believes he can always do more, a person who, after suffering a career-threatening neck injury in 2013 when sandwiched between two Eagles defenders on an incompletion, returned from a Philadelphia-area hospital and apologized to Rivers for not catching it.

Liuget looks to reward Chargers now - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"The contract is basically letting me know, 'Hey, at the end of the day, we see the potential in everything (you) have,' " Liuget said. "But potential is dead if you don't put it to work. I'm just ready to continue to work, get better each and every year, and hopefully make a couple of Pro Bowls and just make a bigger name for myself in this league.

Top 10 Takeaways from Corey Liuget's Extension - Ricky Henne
"Corey is a consummate team player who goes about his work in an unselfish manner.  His preparation and dedication to the game and the Chargers has been evident since day one. Corey is talented, tough and durable, and plays a very important role in our defense. This extension is another reflection of our commitment to investing in our core players and homegrown talent."

What's in Store for Ladarius Green in 2015 - Ricky Henne
"(Last year) wasn’t what I would have liked it to be.  I would have liked to have made more plays, but I think that’s because I got injured.  So I didn’t have as many opportunities.  But also, (Antonio) Gates had an amazing year, so I can’t really complain."