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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 24, 2015

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

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Ryan Carrethers Embracing Physicality of Position - Ricky Henne
"There is a lot of honor in that.  They feel they need to establish a good run game, and to do that, they have two guys coming at (only) you alone.  So to hold my ground and to make plays despite the double teams is definitely something that gives you a lot of confidence."

Jerry Attaochu developing into every-down linebacker - Eric Williams
"Your rookie year you are coming in as a situational player," Attaochu said. "So really my entire offseason was geared to being able to be in there, not just on passing situations, but be an every-down player.

How To Account For NFL Relocation To Los Angeles In Our Team Values - Mike Ozanian
My colleagues–Kurt Badenhausen, Christina Settimi–and I are crunching the numbers while the league ponders its two likely choices: the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders move to Carson and share a stadium, or the St. Louis Rams move to Inglewood. Speaking with team owners the past few weeks has revealed little in terms of how the league is going to vote. But one thing is certain: the decision will not be made until after our NFL ranking is published.

Would you give spare change to a Raiders fan? - Gary Warth (UT$)
"I think it’s interesting how fan-identification spills over beyond the stadium, beyond the sporting context," Cherry said. "I mean, I’m standing on a street corner. There’s no football happening. And yet somebody’s identifying with what I’m wearing and either responding positively or negatively."

McCoy least of Chargers’ worries - Nick Canepa (UT$)
Look, I don’t know if it’s true. We have no idea what Chargers owner Dean Spanos or General Manager Tom Telesco are thinking, although I can’t believe they’re stoking Mike’s recliner. Dean is busy with crazy stadium issues and Tom, well, he’s quoted about as often as his boss, which puts him right alongside the Sphinx and Harpo.