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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 1, 2016

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

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Chargers position outlook 2016: Defensive backs - Eric Williams
The Chargers will look to the draft and free agency for a potential replacement for Weddle, but players like Phillips will be in the mix as well. Possible targets in free agency include Tashaun Gipson of the Cleveland Browns and Walter Thurmond of the Philadelphia Eagles. Draft possibilities include Florida State’s Jalen Ramsey, West Virginia’s Karl Joseph and Southern Utah’s Miles Killebrew.

Joey Bosa says he's a fit in any defensive system - Eric Williams
"I can see myself playing anywhere on the defensive line," Bosa said. "I've been working standing up and working on my linebacker drops, so I definitely feel I'm ready to play in a 3-4 or a 4-3."

How Did Potential Chargers Targets Perform at the Combine? - Ricky Henne
"I think I bring the best pass rusher, the best defensive lineman in the country. I’m obviously coming to the team that drafts me to help them win and help them eventually make it to the Super Bowl."

Keith Marshall earns record mark in Outsiders' running back metric - Aaron Schatz (insider)
Nevertheless, the raw talent is still very much in evidence, making Marshall a major day-three sleeper. That being said, the list of all-time best speed scores is surprisingly bereft of star running backs. Only 11 running backs have put up a speed score over 120, and it is not a list of recent All-Pros.

San Diego Chargers offseason outlook - (video)
Who should the San Diego Chargers target in free agency and the draft this offseason? Kirk Morrison, Jamey Eisenberg and Jason La Canfora join Nick Kostos to break it down.