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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 17, 2015

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

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers tickets selling fast - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
All offseason, the Chargers have been encouraged with the 2015 box-office response. It started with season-ticket sales, which saw a high percentage of renewals and then an overall pace of sales that, as of June when single-game tickets hit the market, was nearly 13 percent ahead of last year at the same time.

2015 Training Camp Preview: Running Backs - Ricky Henne
"Wisconsin runs a pro-style offense which helps, but he’s very well rounded. He’s got size, speed and strength as a runner.  He can lower his pads and run through some people and spin and bounce.  He can pass protect which is hard to find in college running backs these days and he can catch the ball which he’ll continue to improve."

All You Need to Know About Manti Te'o -
In the final month of the 2014 season, Te’o recorded 42 tackles, including 29 in the last two games versus San Francisco and Kansas City. He also collected the first interception and first sack of his career. Te’o’s end of the year tackle total (68) tied for fourth on the team.

San Diego approves stadium money - David Garrick (UT$)
Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the council’s approval, which came in a 6-3 vote, was crucial to convincing NFL officials that San Diego is serious about building a stadium that would prevent the Chargers from moving to Los Angeles.

Mastering the Sack - Chris B. Brown
I recently stumbled across some pretty nifty cut-up videos of NFL sacks, which highlight the effort, techniques and schemes that result in losses for offenses. It’s an understudied area, as sacks and pressures that move the QB off the spot and force bad throws or decisions are often seen as results rather than processes: it happened or didn’t, but how and why remains hidden.