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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 14, 2015

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San Diego store inadvertently makes Broncos logo - Allison Sylte
Advice to business owners: If there's a Wikipedia page dedicated to a rivalry, don't build a display that seemingly supports your city's opposing team (unless you want people to complain).

Fate of Chargers predicted - Don Bauder
Sam Farmer, who has followed the NFL drama in Los Angeles for the LA Times, has some predictions in today's (July 12) edition. Writes Farmer, "Think of L.A. as a game of musical chairs, with three participants [St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders] and a maximum of two chairs. The worst-case scenario for the league would be to have one of those three teams lose a vote and be forced to return to a city it tried to leave."

Chargers offseason report: Philip Rivers is back, but many faces aren't - Lindsay Jones
After weeks of spring speculation that Rivers could be on his way out in San Diego for a variety of reasons — from his lack of a contract beyond 2015 to the Chargers' curiosity in Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota to the franchise's potential relocation to Los Angeles — Rivers will indeed quarterback the Chargers in 2015.

NFL Mock Draft 2016: Eagles draft defense in the first round - Ben Natan
The Chargers have a habit of drafting slow, thumping linebackers to play in their defense. 2015 draft pick, Denzel Perryman will probably do well at the SILB spot, but Manti Te'o usually waits for a runner to come five yards down the field before trying to hug him.

Generate your own ridiculous NFL offseason rumor - Ryan Nanni
The NFL Rumor Mill is a weird and often inaccurate place all year long, but it gets especially stupid in the middle of summer, when very little is actually happening and people start imagining crazy things just to keep from getting bored. As long as it's accompanied by some vague assertion of sourcing and the reporter putting it out there doesn't overplay their hand, it's surprisingly easy to get traction with unfounded gossip.