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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 17, 2015

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Grades for Cowboys-Chargers - Bobby Slowik
San Diego is looking for a breakout year from Melvin Ingram and need him to create some edge pressure in their four-man rushes. He got off to a good start, playing only 11 snaps but earning a +2.7 overall grade.

Where Philip Rivers ranks among NFL QBs - Gordon McGuinness
Defensively the Chargers have some issues heading into 2015 that need to be improved upon, but with a quarterback like Rivers to go with a ground game that has a nice variety of talents in Danny Woodhead, Branden Oliver and rookie Melvin Gordon, they are set up well to have a strong season on offense.

Melvin Ingram not worried about production, 'moving forward' - Eric Williams
Ingram: I’ve just been eating the right things and trying to make sure my body is in the best shape and stay injury-free. I’m just trying to be the best possible Melvin that I can be on game day.

Philip Rivers deal with San Diego Chargers includes no-trade clause - Ed Werder
The contract extension Philip Rivers signed with the San Diego Chargers provides the quarterback a no-trade clause that significantly increases the likelihood he will play his entire career with the franchise, according to league sources.

NFL stage not too big for Kyle Emanuel - Eric Williams
"I think he’ll tell you there’s plenty of mistakes in there, and it’s a matter of recognition," McCoy said. "And as you play against our offense every day, you’re going to start seeing some tendencies and some certain things that players do, and he’s got to start building that library of how certain players play against him. But he’s done an outstanding job."