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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 4, 2015

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

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A few minutes with Chargers rookie cornerback Craig Mager - Eric Williams
"You just have to take advantage of every opportunity you get, because opportunities are slim out here," Mager said. "You just have to make sure you are ready for your opportunity when it comes."

Predicting the 2015-2016 NFL Season - Jake Sharpless
Proving that it’s not just the local’s apathy that can cause a blackout, the Chargers started the season on a high note, defeating the Lions in the team’s first game at home. But because lightning never strikes the same place twice, they failed to win another game in San Diego all year. Nonetheless, they were an electrifying team to watch.

Giants' John Mara: L.A. could have two teams next season - SI Wire
"I think there's going to be one or two teams playing in LA next year—2016," Mara said at the time. "Maybe a temporary stadium [next year], but I think—and this is just my opinion—that one or two teams will be playing somewhere in L.A. next year. But we'll see."

NFL Nation: QB auditions highlight early camp storylines - Scott Symmes
Melvin Gordon missed his first practice of training camp on Sunday, watching practice from the sideline in a jersey and shorts. But head coach Mike McCoy would not tell reporters if the rookie running back suffered an injury or was given a rest day. If Gordon misses a second straight practice, it's likely the former.