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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 24, 2015

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

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Rivers is top-10 now, but perhaps not '16 - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Once again, Rivers makes the Chargers relevant. If healthy, he means the Chargers start the season with 7-8 wins. And Rivers, 33, could be more apt to climb this list if old age stalls Manning, 39, and Brees, 36, this year.

Chargers Linebacker Starts a New Career - Derek Togerson
Ingram's first work as a hip-hop artist, called "Intro," was recently released through YPC (Young Paper Chasers) Records. It's the first song from his upcoming mixtape titled "From Nothing To Something." (the video is below ... warning, it does contain explicit lyrics)

Top 10 Takeaways from Offseason Program - Ricky Henne
When 2014 ended, General Manager Tom Telesco was asked about the age of his team and whether they were long in the tooth.  The GM explained how the team’s overall age at that moment was misleading, and sure enough due to a few outliers, San Diego skewed noticeably younger on the field this spring.

Mitch Unrein looking for payback against the Denver Broncos - Eric Williams
"I’m looking forward to it," Unrein said. "That actually played into it quite a bit. I knew the San Diego Chargers. I knew what their program was because we had to compete against them every single year. I knew that they were a tough team. They would always give us problems. So I knew they were going to be a competitor, and we’re looking forward to being a top competitor this year.