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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 10, 2016

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Bradshaw to Spanos: 'How much money do you need?' - Bryce Miller (UT$)
"How much money do you need, buddy?" Bradshaw said of team Chairman Dean Spanos. "You’re the only dance in town in San Diego. You know how many people in the country want to move to San Diego? It’s friggin’ beautiful.

Philip Rivers' 2016 Salary Becomes Fully Guaranteed - Luke Adams
The 2016 base salary for Philip Rivers has become fully guaranteed, since the Chargers quarterback remains on the team’s roster beyond the second day of the NFL’s waiver period. Rivers is now assured of earning a $16.5MM salary for the coming season, an amount that was previously guaranteed for injury only.

Chargers Finalize Coaching Staff - Ricky Henne
A transformative offseason for the San Diego Chargers’ coaching staff is now complete as the Bolts named the final two coaches coming aboard for 2016.  They include former Notre Dame QB Tommy Rees as offensive assistant and Marquice Williams as special teams assistant.

Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt praises Melvin Gordon's pass-catching ability - Eric Williams
"He made some really good plays in that area," Whisenhunt said. "And when you have a quarterback like Philip that’s so good about being able to get the ball to the running backs, we’ve all seen the production that Danny’s (Woodhead) has had over the years and some of the other backs, you think if you can get him rolling in the running game, then some of the other things -- these elements that he can add -- will really be good for the offense."

Top 10 cornerbacks about to hit free agency - Matt Claasen
Robinson is set to hit free agency for the second year in a row after signing a one-year deal with the Chargers last offseason. After having his ups and downs in New Orleans, the former first-round pick put together one of the better seasons of his short career. Robinson allowed 30 or more yards receiving just once all season, and ranked in the top third of cornerbacks in coverage grade. But his inconsistency prior to his San Diego stint is still a bit concerning.