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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 4, 2015

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

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Ten Years' War - ronsdog (h/t creanium)
The Broncos pushed hard the past 3 seasons, posting 13 more wins than the Chargers. It was not meant to be, however, and the Chargers held on to a 2 game lead and the #4 seed. The Broncos were besmirched again in the wild card race, finishing 1 game behind the Ravens but still good enough for the #6 seed.

D.J. Fluker on playing right guard "I haven’t arrived at the position, I’m still learning" - Marty Caswell
The only thing I feel is a certainty when it comes to the Chargers starting five on the offensive line: King Dunlap is a lock at left tackle, Orlando Franklin is their starting left guard. As for the rest, from D.J. Fluker, Chris Watt and Joe Barksdale to Johnnie Troutman when/if he returns, it all remains to be seen

49ers Edge Chargers 14-12 - Chargers.com
The Chargers finished the 2015 preseason 2-2 after narrowly falling to the San Francisco 49ers, 14-12.  In tonight’s final matchup, both teams rested a majority of their starters. Although it was a low-scoring affair, both saw a couple highlight-reel plays from their players.

The good & bad from Chargers 4th preseason game - Andrew Burer
Wide receiver Tyrell Williams impressed Chargers brass in training camp. Against the 49ers, he finished with four receptions for 81 yards, including an impressive 63-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter. He did have a key drop earlier in the game but recovered by showing great speed and movement on his touchdown reception.

CB Richard Crawford flashes for Chargers in loss to 49ers - Eric Williams
ith Rivers watching from the sideline for the second time in three games, reserve quarterback Kellen Clemens played the entire first half. The University of Oregon product failed to lead a scoring drive, finishing 10-of-17 for 64 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions. Brad Sorensen put up decent numbers, finishing with 15 of 22 for 154 yards, with one touchdown pass and one interception.