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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 5, 2015

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

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Legendary WR at Training Camp as Coaching Intern - Ricky Henne
"We were out there, and he was telling me about positioning as he was throwing it to me, and I was like, ‘Damn, I’m playing catch with Eric Moulds right now!’" Johnson said.  "It was pretty dope.  I couldn’t believe it. Having been in Buffalo, I saw his picture on the wall and the legend of Eric Moulds."

55 Days of Seau -
We’re celebrating Junior Seau’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with some of our favorite facts from the legendary Charger's career. Check back each day leading up to his enshrinement on Aug. 8 to learn something new about number 55:

Five Lessons from First Week of Training Camp - Ricky Henne
The wide receivers as a whole have had an impressive start to training camp, but Stevie Johnson has seemingly had at least one eye-popping catch each day.

The Breakout of a Late-Round NFL Receiver - Scott Kacsmar
Now that Johnson is in San Diego with Philip Rivers, is the best yet to come? He can easily get the necessary yardage to hit 5,000 yards this season. San Diego had four receivers with at least 778 yards last year. Eddie Royal is gone, Keenan Allen may not be who we thought he was as a rookie, and Antonio Gates is suspended for four games. Johnson's intermediate routes seem like a perfect match for Rivers' accuracy in this Mike McCoy offense that has limited the deep bombs of past Norv Turner creations. Floyd's also one of the oldest receivers in the league, while Johnson is still only going on 29.

Melvin Gordon’s mother is strictly by the numbers - Jay Paris
"I’m nervous because the expectations are high," Carmen said after Monday’s practice. "So I’m just nervous, but I’ll be nervous until next year, or maybe the third year, then I’ll get comfortable. Because I told him I won’t wear the jersey. You’ve got to earn me to wear the jersey."