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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Kyle Emanuel is becoming more versatile

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Dolphins Explain Their Game Plan for Melvin Gordon - Hayley Elwood
"I was the quarterbacks coach at that time and (McCoy) was very open with giving me assignments and telling me how I needed to put certain things in the game plan and ideas for him.  He would take what he liked and implemented what he liked as well.  But he put a lot of responsibility on me in a situation where he probably didn’t need or have to do that, but I always felt like he was trying to get me ready for something.  That’s something that I’ve always appreciated."

Philip at the Mic: Reaction to Measure C - Ricky Henne & Hayley Elwood
"As you can imagine we're all disappointed. In the midst of a season, you can't get too caught up in it."

Minor NFL Transactions: 11/8/16 - Zach Links
The Chargers have waived cornerback Steve Williams, thus ending his second stint with the team. Williams, a 2013 fifth-round pick from Cal, appeared in 27 games with the Bolts over his first two seasons. He spent the early portion of this year with the Rams, who waived him Sept. 23, and then rejoined the Chargers last month. To take Williams’ roster spot, the Bolts will sign wideout Geremy Davis of the Giants’ practice squad, reports Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune (Twitter link).

Chargers' Kyle Emanuel adds versatility with play at ILB - Eric Williams
"It was like I was in college studying for a test again, trying to cram as many things as I could in without overloading myself," Emanuel said. "So it was different, but when I got to the game that’s when you just have to let it go and play."

Chargers chairman Dean Spanos puts aside stadium talk, focuses on season - Eric Williams
"Our team, with its mix of veteran leaders and young stars, has played some of the most exciting football in the NFL so far, and I can’t wait to see how we do throughout the rest of the season. Our players have shown great heart and resilience in the NFL’s toughest division. I’m eager -- as I’m sure you all are -- to give the stadium debate a rest and enjoy some Chargers football.