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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 17, 2016

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

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Hardwick: Bolts, Raiders will top AFC West - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
This is kind of a do-or-die year for the Chargers, as far as the entire staff, the older guys in the building -- this is it for them. This is the last year that they can say, 'We're making a good strong push here.' Because if not, the coaching staff all gets fired. (Philip) Rivers, (Antonio) Gates -- those guys may be gone if they can't make a good strong push in the playoffs.

Eric Weddle happy to be with a Ravens team that wants him - Jamison Hensley
"When it comes down to it, coming from a place that didn't want me to a place that would do anything to get me, it means the world," Weddle said Wednesday at his introductory press conference. "I'm forever indebted to this organization of playing my best and doing whatever I can to help win."

Myles Jack is the star, but there are plenty of other attractions at UCLA's pro day for NFL prospects - Sam Farmer
The official count was 132 scouts, coaches and front-office executives, including one head coach, Cleveland's Hue Jackson, and seven general managers — including those from all four California teams: Les Snead of the Rams, San Diego's Tom Telesco, San Francisco's Trent Baalke and Oakland's Reggie McKenzie.

Chargers' Chris Hairston agrees to two-year deal - Eric Williams
The Clemson product played through nagging abdominal and ankle injuries, participating in a total of 739 snaps on offense. Hairston started nine games at left tackle, one game at right guard and one game at left guard.

Chargers shore up run defense with addition of NT Brandon Mebane - Eric Williams
The addition of Cleveland Browns free agent Travis Benjamin rightfully generated a buzz because of his playmaking ability as a returner and receiver, but the signing of former Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Brandon Mebane could be the most impactful.