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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: March 31, 2016

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

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DeForest Buckner visits Chargers, but why? - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The Chargers annually invest some of their 30 visits on players who are targets should they go undrafted. In that free-agent scenario, a player has his choice of which team he chooses to sign, sometimes fielding an offer from several teams at once. A visit can improve a team’s chances of being the one that player selects.

If a Charger, Myles Jack expects to play safety - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
“They really envision me as a DB,” Jack said in a recent phone interview. “Even at my pro day, toward the end, they kind of jumped in and had me do DB drills. They really envision me there. … They feel like I can fill that spot Eric Weddle was at. Obviously, they want me at a lower weight, but with my skill set, they can see me in the slot, covering and running.

Jalen Ramsey's Pro Day Recap - (video)
The "Path to the Draft" crew analyzes Jalen Ramsey's pro day performance and if he is a top prospect heading into the 2016 NFL Draft.

Citizens' Initiative Finalized -
"We are excited to report that our Citizens’ Initiative has been finalized," said Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos.  "We believe this is a great opportunity for the community to come together and create something special: an iconic, modern multi-purpose venue while also supporting and expanding our tourism and convention industries."

Shoulder tackling a point of emphasis for Chargers - Eric Williams
“That’s one thing we’ve done a lot of work on,” McCoy said. “And you’re going to see a couple new things out there this year, and some different ways to work on tackling. We’re working -- doing a lot of research on some new drills and asking around the league how they do certain things to help our football team.”