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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 16, 2016

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

Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

Blockbuster trade means Chargers could get No. 1-rated player - Eric Williams
While Tunsil appears to be a slam dunk for the Chargers at No. 3, remember Chargers GM Tom Telesco recommitted to the offensive line configuration the team had last year, even though San Diego experienced a rash of injuries up front for a second straight season.

Junior Seau's nephew among attendees at Chargers' local pro day - Eric Williams
At 6-3 and 320 pounds, Greene is considered a mid-to-late-round prospect by draft analysts. An honorable mention All-Mountain West selection, Greene is a good run blocker who will benefit at the next level from playing in a pro-style offense at San Diego State.

Chargers No. 5 impact play of 2015: Melvin Gordon's TD called back - Eric Williams
In his first career start, rookie running back Melvin Gordon made an impressive run, using a spin move to break a couple tackles, and it appeared he had scored his first touchdown. However, replays showed Gordon’s elbow touched the ground at the 14-yard line and the play was called back. The Chargers settled for a Josh Lambo 32-yard field goal two plays later.

2010 NFL Draft: Six Years Later - Tom Gower
Back in 2008, there were a plethora of running backs picked in the first three rounds, and virtually all of them ended up good. 2010 was not that season. Just two running backs from this class have more than 2,400 yards rushing in their first six seasons. Spiller has 3,433 yards, and Ryan Mathews (Fresno State, 12th to San Diego) leads the class with 4,600 even despite an injury-plagued career that has caused him to miss 23 games.