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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 17, 2015

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

Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers turn to Trevor Robinson for information about Bengals - Eric Williams
"It’s going to be exciting," he said. "I didn’t leave with any ill feelings or any angst toward that organization. They were the ones that allowed me to get my foot in the door in this league and gave me an opportunity when I went undrafted, so I’m always thankful for that.

Hairston could get first NFL start at RG; Melvin Gordon learned something "crazy" from Keenan Allen - Annie Heilbrunn (video)
Chris Hairston could get his first NFL start at right guard Sunday, filling in for the injured D.J. Fluker; Melvin Gordon talks about the "crazy" thing he heard from Keenan Allen after the game Sunday.

Stevie Johnson says Chargers not intimidated by Pacman’s tactics, Verrett on Bengals offense - Marty Caswell (video)
Several Chargers players took note of Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones ripping the helmet off of Raiders receiver Amari Cooper and slamming his head into it, a costly action that cost him $35,000. Jones wasn’t apologetic about his actions and told reporters he couldn’t promise that it won’t happen again.

Bolts Know It's "Us Against the World" on Sunday - Ricky Henne
"The most difficult part is just the tempo.  The team’s offense is going fast because they don’t have to worry about the crowd noise.  They are also comfortable, and have a play-script where they usually can just go, go, go. It puts pressure on us as a defense to get lined up, and make sure our communication is good."

Manti Te'o grows into "every down" role - Tom Krasovic (UTS)
Teo’s performance in Game 1 included a few missed tackles, but along with Butler he made subtle contributions to a pair of big plays. With Te’o and Butler bluffing blitzes between the guard and center, Chargers edge rushers Kyle Emanuel and Melvin Ingram ran in unblocked, creating a sack and an interception, respectively.