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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 29, 2016

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

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Telesco can't afford to make draft mistake - Nick Canepa (UT$)
"In this league now, outside of the quarterback, it’s who gets to the quarterback," Eddie says. "A pass rusher should be the Chargers’ No. 1 priority. DBs are at a disadvantage without a pass rush, no matter how talented they are."

Losing Weddle Could Limit Chargers' Improvement In Draft - Jon Schlosser
Now, you can argue how right or wrong these guys are about the pick, but that’s not really the point here. The point is that they both expect Ramsey to be the pick because he’d fill in for Weddle, helping the Chargers instantly replace one of their best defenders. On some levels, that sounds perfect, right? They don’t miss a beat.

Report: The Chargers are open to trading away the No. 3 overall pick - John Breech
The Chargers don't pick in the top 10 often, but when they do, they have a history of wheeling and dealing. Back in 2001, San Diego held the No. 1 overall going into the draft, but ultimately decided to trade it to the Falcons. The Falcons took Michael Vick at No. 1, but the Chargers also came out happy because they got their quarterback -- Drew Brees -- with the first pick of the second round.

Let’s Reimagine Every NFL Logo As Each City’s Most Iconic Food - David Rappoccio & Steve Bramucci
This entry isn’t at all open to debate. I talked to a few different food writers about these entries and "fish tacos" was unanimous. Related: Mexico’s northern Baja has one of the best food scenes on the planet. It’s (relatively) safe there now, cartel violence is way down — you should plan a trip.

Who do experts think each team will pick in the 2016 NFL Draft? - Adam Stites
It's draft season and all the experts are taking their shot at guessing how the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft will go, beginning with the Tennessee Titans picking first and ending with the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos.