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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 22, 2016

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

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Derek Watt has older brother J.J. Watt beat at one thing -- catching passes - Eric Williams
"It's great," Derek Watt said. "We grew up real close, all three of us, as brothers. Everything was a competition, so we always pushed each other. More recently, in the offseason we've been training together, competing and pushing each other."

AFC West projected starters: Raiders look loaded - Gregg Rosenthal
It wasn't that shocking to see the Chargers mostly ignore the offensive line in the draft. This is actually a solid-looking group if they can stay healthy. But the injuries last season were catastrophic beyond all understanding. Still, it's rare to see so much continuity on offense for a team coming off a 4-12 season.

Mayor may not be burning down Chargers stadium - Kevin Acee (UT$)
The mayor better take a stand this summer. By sometime in July, he’d better have a banner endorsement or a good reason why he doesn’t support the Chargers’ plan to stay. That will have been long enough for him to understand what’s at stake and whether the Chargers project makes sense for the city.

Recharged: Melvin Ingram - (video)
Catch up with linebacker Melvin Ingram following a Phase II workout.

1-on-1 with Jatavis Brown - (video)
Linebacker Jatavis Brown talks about his relationship with Travis Benjamin and the learning curve of reaching the NFL.