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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 29, 2015

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OC Frank Reich says Antonio Gates' suspension will make team better - Eric Williams
"I know we had a lot of injuries last year, but as a coach that only goes so far," Reich said. "I take responsibility as the coordinator to try and put our guys in better position. So I studied that harder this offseason than I ever had in my life."

Ranking NFL Mascots By Creepiness - DRAWPLAYDAVE
"HE HAS COME" Richards screams, and he is lifted into the air. His eyes explode, his body begins to ripple and he explodes into red ash. It falls down on you. You can’t move. You sit there, breathing, hearing the otherworldly sounds coming closer. It’s too late. With your final move you turn to face it. Everything turns black.

Cards hire Jen Welter as first female assistant coach - Chris Weseling
"Coaching is nothing more than teaching," Arians explained Monday, via the team's official website. "One thing I have learned from players is, 'How are you going to make me better? If you can make me better, I don't care if you're the Green Hornet, man, I'll listen.' I really believe she'll have a great opportunity with this internship through training camp to open some doors for her."

10 Things to Watch: Who Will Lead the Bolts in Sacks? - Ricky Henne
Ingram has shown flashes of being a disruptive force getting after the quarterback.  Unfortunately, he has been slowed by knee and hip injuries the last two seasons that limited him to only 13 regular season games.   Ingram heads into 2015 in the best shape of his life, the Chargers have high hopes he can emerge into a top-flight edge rusher.

10 Things to Watch: Which Rookies Take the Leap? - Ricky Henne
As always, rookies garner lots of attention as they enter their first season filled with great promise and potential.  However, they often face the biggest challenges as it is no short order making the leap from college to the pros.