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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 18, 2016

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

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Best offseason acquisitions for all 32 teams -
For a team that could not stop the run in 2015, Mebane was the team's most impactful offseason addition. The Cal product gives San Diego a much-needed run stuffer up front, keeping inside linebackers Manti Te'o and Denzel Perryman clean. A Super Bowl champion with the Seattle Seahawks, Mebane also brings a winning pedigree and understanding of the work it takes to create a culture of success at Chargers Park.

Cardinals in talks with Chargers about joint preseason practices - Josh Weinfuss
The Cardinals are in talks with the San Diego Chargers to hold joint practices during the week leading up to their Aug. 19 preseason game, coach Bruce Arians said after Tuesday’s OTA practice. As of now, it’s just a "possibility," Arians said.

Chargers GM Tom Telesco: Joey Bosa as good as advertised - Eric Williams
"We loved Max in the draft," Telesco said. "We were lucky to get him. But he is coming off of the ACL surgery, so we wanted to make sure that we’re covered. Chris Watt's coming off of two surgeries this past offseason. Trevor Robinson is coming off of a surgery this offseason. We needed to add some people there.

Lissemore welcomes Mebane, plans to help - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"That’s kind of been my mentality since I’ve been in the NFL -- I just keep doing what I have to do," said Lissemore, who'll turn 29 in September. "If they need me someplace, I kind of hone my skills toward that, and get better at that and try to learn about it."

Tight end Hunter Henry expected to make impact early for Chargers - Eric Williams
"So we’re not going to hesitate to put him in there. He’s going to make some mistakes, and we’re going to live with that for a while. But as you saw in practice, he’s a very talented player. There’s a reason why we picked him where we did. He’s going to help us win."