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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 2, 2015

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

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Injured Charger scolded for dodgeball - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The Chargers were not thrilled with the weekend activity of their second-round pick. Out with a hamstring ailment, Perryman mostly has been a spectator during organized team activities, not cleared for team drills in any of the four OTA practices to date. The team has made its stance clear.

D.J. Fluker Slimming Down to Move Past "Sophomore Funk" - Ricky Henne
"I’ve been very productive this offseason working on my footwork, handwork and blocks," he said.  "This offseason I ran two miles a day at least.  I ate better and got on a diet plan.  Being able to stay disciplined is (big) because if you gain weight during the season, it isn’t much…. My rookie year I was 339, and I was quicker and elusive.  Last year I was in the 350 area, and I wasn’t great against speed rushers."

Joe Barksdale at RT? He discussed signing with Chargers & his role - Marty Caswell (video)
Another change to the Chargers offensive line? Joe Barksdale, who started 16 games at right tackle for the St. Louis Rams in 2014, discussed why he signed with the Chargers, getting to know his new teammates and if he expects to start and play at right tackle. Well, kind of.

Chargers Play Dodgeball: DLine vs. the Linebackers - Marty Caswell (video)
Defensive end Corey Liuget hosted a terrific Dodgeball tournament on Saturday afternoon, benefiting the San Diego After School All Stars. Find out who came out on top and hear from Liuget, Donald Butler, Manti Te’o and the impressively athletic rookie, Denzel Perryman.

Why Peyton Manning makes every offensive line work - Scott Kacsmar (Insider)
At least, that's how his career has gone to this point. At age 39, there has to be serious concern over the ability to stay healthy for a full season. Warren Moon, Doug Flutie and Brett Favre (twice) are the only quarterbacks to start a full 16-game season at age 39 or older. The only other QB that old to start even 10 games was a 41-year-old Vinny Testaverde with the 2004 Cowboys, and he threw a league-high 20 interceptions.