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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 22, 2016

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

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Chargers' roster moves just getting started - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Early this month, the Chargers had more than $30 million in salary-cap space. Those pockets are sufficiently lighter now at $13.4 million, according to the NFL Players Association. And yet, many questions on the roster remain unanswered, set to gain clarity in the coming weeks and months.

PHOTOS: Charger Girls in the Community - (gallery)
The Charger Girls do much more than cheer from the sidelines - they support and give back to important causes in the community.

LaVar Arrington Answers: Jalen Ramsey or Joey Bosa? - (video)
NFL Media's LaVar Arrington helps the "NFL HQ" fans pick the No. 3 overall pick for the San Diego Chargers in their mock draft.

NFL owners still say best place for Chargers is San Diego - Eric Williams
The league presented updates on the Rams, Chargers and Raiders stadium efforts here Monday. The Chargers are scheduled to release designs, a finance plan and a citizens’ initiative process for a new stadium/convention center expansion in downtown San Diego on Thursday.

Chargers stadium proposal a topic of discussion at NFL owners meetings - Eric Williams
NFL owners will receive an update from the Chargers on how the team’s proposal to build a stadium in downtown San Diego is moving along. We’ll talk to owners about that proposal and what they think the chances are of the Chargers remaining in San Diego. We will also try to catch up with Chargers chairman Dean Spanos to get his perspective on the stadium situation.

GM Tom Telesco says Chris Watt is Chargers starting center -- for now - Eric Williams
Watt has dealt with a series of nagging injuries. He finished the 2015 season on the injured reserve with a shoulder issue that required surgery once the season was over. Watt also dealt with concussion issues and an ankle injury that required surgery after his rookie season in 2014.