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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 11, 2015

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

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Why the Chargers will be just fine without Antonio Gates - Sean Tomlinson
Green will easily slide into his starting job briefly, and newly signed wide receiver Stevie Johnson will also provide a reliable set of veteran hands, along with the wheels to churn out yards after the catch. Then there’s running back Danny Woodhead, who’s healthy now and only one year removed from setting single-season career highs in receptions (76) and receiving yards (605) out of the backfield.

San Diego newspaper asked this question: Chargers or Comic-Con? - Jimmie Tramel
More than 5,000 folks weighed in on the question, and 61 percent of them chose San Diego Comic-Con. Commenters chimed in with opinions on the poll and, said Laurence Peery, "Comic-Con makes me laugh. The Chargers make me cry. It’s a no-brainer."

These Chargers Determined to Be in Uniform on Game Day - Ricky Henne
Craig Watts, Javontee Herndon and Torrence Allen spent all of 2014 on the Chargers practice squad.  Colton Underwood initially signed with the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad after an impressive preseason and training camp with the Bolts, and re-joined San Diego’s on Sept. 23 for the rest of the season.

San Diego Chargers: Top Ten players on the roster in 2015 - Ian Sunde
For almost a decade now, the San Diego Chargers have been Philip Rivers team. In contention for being a top 5 quarterback in the league, Rivers has had an outstanding career as the Chargers quarterback, making him one of the most respected players in the locker room. Once again, the Chargers will need Rivers to have another great season if they hope of having a winning record this upcoming year. Rivers has shown time and time again that he can carry the offense while being one of the most productive players on an injury plagued roster.

AFC West Q&A: Will Chargers relocate to Los Angeles?- ESPN Staff
Two teams among the Chargers, Raiders and Rams will be heading to L.A. in 2016. So everything else being equal, the Chargers have a two-thirds chance of playing their final season in San Diego in 2015. But everything else isn’t equal and I would expect the Chargers to be one of the teams making the move.