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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 1, 2015

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

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San Diego, NFL stadium meeting went well - David Garrick (UT$)
And city leaders in Carson, a Los Angeles suburb where the Raiders and Chargers have proposed a joint stadium if their home markets don’t come through, held a town hall meeting Monday night that morphed into a rowdy pep rally dominated by Raiders fans.

Chargers stadium antics a necessary evil - Matt Calkins (UT$)
But in this situation — with all the moving parts in the cutthroat stadium game — the loathed lawyer may have been forced to adopt a strategy that would make Chip Kelly proud. It's entirely possible that the only way to win this thing — is to keep everybody guessing.

All You Need to Know About Jimmy Wilson -
Still a ferocious hitter, Wilson played with a renewed sense of purpose as a senior in 2010. He played in eight games and earned honorable mention All-Big Sky honors. Wilson did not receive an invitation to the NFL Scouting Combine in 2011, but he did participate in an on-campus Pro Day at Montana that was attended by nine teams. He put up some impressive numbers, including a 40 time in the 4.5 second range and in April, the Miami Dolphins selected him in the seventh round with the 235th overall pick.

Chris Hairston Talks Reunion with Coach Joe D. - Hayley Elwood
"(D’Alessandris) helped me prepare myself for that (2011) season and get to a point where I felt confident getting to play in this league," he said.  "That’s a big deal and one of the big reasons I wanted to come out here and get back with him."

All You Need to Know About Danny Woodhead -
Woodhead wears many hats for the Chargers and the team is eager to get him back into the fold. During his first season with San Diego in 2013, Woodhead set career highs for catches, yards, touchdown catches, scrimmage yards and all-purpose yards. He finished the regular season with the most touchdown catches among all NFL running backs and the second-most receptions and receiving yards.