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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 25, 2016

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

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Will Laremy Tunsil Be on the Board for the Chargers at #3? - Ricky Henne
"Actually, I would love to go to the Chargers," he said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "I would love to play for any team. I haven’t talked to (the Chargers) but hopefully I will."

Mike Mayock Names His Top Three Choices for Third Overall Pick - Ricky Henne
If (Laremy) Tunsil is gone at No. 1, would you pull the trigger on Ronnie Stanley? To me, Ronnie Stanley is a top 10 pick. Would you pick him No. 3 overall? I think he's closer to Tunsil than a lot of people do, so I think he could be in the conversation also. But to me if Tunsil is gone, then it's probably more a conversation between Bosa, Buckner and Ramsey."

Sizing up Chargers Draft Day neighbors - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Kiper said Cleveland may believe it can get a franchise quarterback either with the 32nd pick or by trading up to the first round. Prospects he mentioned are Michigan State's Connor Cook, Penn State's Christian Hackenberg and Mississippi's Dak Prescott. (If it's Hackenberg, the Blog will Tweet out these three words: Same old Browns.)

Laremy Tunsil open to competition, Chargers - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"The same thing he said," Tunsil said. "You always want to be labeled as the best. You want to have that confidence in yourself of being the best tackle in the draft. I just think I have the great feet. I have a great frame. I think I’m the best. …

San Diego Chargers Suggest A Comic Con Museum - Russ Burlingame

"We have had no discussions with the Chargers and were surprised to be mentioned in their recent statement," Comic Con said in a statement of their own. "We hope the public is aware, and we would like to reiterate our ongoing belief that a contiguous convention center expansion is the preferable solution to the limits on current convention center space. Comic-Con has doubts that a multi-use facility would serve the best interests of potential conventions hoping to exhibit in San Diego."