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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: January 6, 2016

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

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Malcom Floyd: A Charger Unlike Any Other - Ricky Henne
"I just want to be known as a good team player who was always there for my teammates," he said.  "That is what the game is all about.  Just being there for your teammates and putting your body on the line for your brothers.  They would do the same for you, so that is what I hope to be remembered for.  That is what I tried to do every day."

Chargers' DC John Pagano calls Denzel Perryman a difference-maker - Eric Williams
"A guy like that who can find the football and go make plays was big for our defense," Pagano said. "He’s a damn good football player and a great pro. He’s somebody who’s learning and is going to get a lot better."

Rookies made little impact in the final week of 2015 season - Mike DiRocco
He missed the final two games with a knee injury and finished his rookie season with 641 yards rushing and 33 catches for 192 yards. He failed to score a touchdown.

Melvin Gordon? More Like Meh-lvin Gordon, Amirite? - Charles Kleinheksel
MELVIN GORDON SUCKS Fun fact. Since 1936, there have only been four rookie running backs with more than 175 rushing attempts and no rushing touchdowns.

Quick Reads: 2015 In Review - Vincent Verhei
Melvin Gordon, the 15th overall pick in the 2015 draft, never gained more than 88 yards in a game and averaged just 3.5 yards per carry.