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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 25, 2016

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

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Manti Te'o sees good things ahead for Chargers' defense in 2016 - Eric Williams
"When you establish a culture of what the expectation is and you have people meet the expectation, it doesn't really matter who's in there," Te'o said. "If you look at the last couple games, we had guys scrambling around. We had a different set of 11 almost all of the time.

Meet Charger Girl Hailey - (video)
Go behind the scenes at the Charger Girl Calender Shoot and get to know Hailey.

Idea of SD Raiders is galling, but beats no NFL - Nick Canepa (UT$)
Think about it. How much do we hate the Raiders anymore? Gone are the days of Harland Svare shouting, "Damn you, Al Davis!" into a locker room light fixture — when all it was was the Raiders being much better than the Chargers. The hatred reached its peak during the Don Coryell era, sparked by the "Holy Roller" game, when the Bolts were outsmarted.

It's possible that San Diego Chargers is NFL’s plan - Kevin Acee (UT$)
No, there is not news about California voters suddenly becoming more enthusiastic about public financing. That remains the biggest obstacle to San Diego retaining the Chargers. The purpose herein is simply to talk about what remains possible and suggest it might even be probable.

Would Chargers live or die in L.A.? - Peter Rowe (UT$)
"There are a lot of fair-weather fans here, because everyone comes from some other place," he said. "L.A. is going to have a hard enough time supporting one team."