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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: April 4, 2016

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

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Jimmy Wilson swaps out Chargers for Chiefs - Mike Florio
Last March, Wilson agreed to a two-year, $4.85 million deal with San Diego, but he was cut in December after making six starts. Because Wilson had been cut, the move won’t count toward the compensatory draft pick formula for Kansas City or for San Diego.

Group working to keep Chargers out of downtown - Kelly Hessedal (video)
The San Diego Chargers will have to face a new 'off the field' opponent if they want to move forward with a downtown stadium. A group of architects and planners have their own idea for a piece of prime real estate, that doesn't include a football field.

Chargers wrote this stadium plan, and it shows - Dan McSwain (UT$)
Here’s the short version: If it passes in November, the initiative will protect the team’s business interests for 30 years or more, and leave plenty of unanswered questions for taxpayers. This is not surprising, because the Chargers wrote the thing. Besides, they enjoy major leverage — a deal with the Rams to share the mighty Los Angeles market if San Diego voters turn them down.

X's and O's: John Pagano on Denzel Perryman's Massive Hit - (video)
Defensive Coordinator John Pagano breaks down the huge hit and forced fumble caused by rookie linebacker Denzel Perryman.

Important offseason program for Chargers begins on April 18 - Eric Williams
"Now we have a good understanding of what we need to do this year. But it's going to be critical for our football team to go out there and play our best football, and put a good show on for our fans."