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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 8, 2016

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

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John McNulty Aims to Continue Chargers' Tight End Legacy - Ricky Henne
Entering his 26th season, including his 14th in the NFL, McNulty knows the Bolts are associated with high quality of play at the position thanks to two of the all-time greats – Kellen Winslow and Antonio Gates.

Philip Rivers was right about Broncos - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers saw Denver's victory coming, giving the Broncos a slight edge over Carolina last week in comments to 1090 AM's Darren Smith. Oddsmakers made Carolina a 6-point favorite.

Re-grading the 2015 offseason for all 32 teams - Mike Sando (insider)
Linebacker Denzel Perryman provided immediate positive impact as a second-round pick. Veteran cornerback Patrick Robinson was a success story on a contract averaging $2 million per year. Tackle Joe Barksdale was also a good value on a one-year deal. Those were notable successes, but the Chargers didn't get great value from their pricier free-agent additions.

'The Greatest Show on Turf' started with Don Coryell - Eric Williams
"Everybody who played for us at the Rams understood that we do this stuff because of what this guy did," Martz said. "He created this whole system and philosophy, and we're just continuing the legacy. So when they finally got to meet him, some of the guys like Isaac [Bruce] were in awe of the guy -- and rightly so."

Don Coryell misses cut, deserves spot in Hall of Fame - Eric Williams
"Don contributed so much to the way the game is played today, on both sides of the ball," Fouts told Xtra 1360 Fox Sports radio. "He has influenced the game more than many, many guys. And some of the guys that are finalists would not be finalists had they not played in the Don Coryell system."