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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 25, 2016

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

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Philip Rivers Mic'd Up Throws 3 TDs vs. Dolphins (Week 16, 2015) - Youtube (H/T KeeperOfProphecies)
Check out a wired Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers taking on the Miami Dolphins for this edition of Mic'd Up Monday!

Spanoses should seek Pease; convadium draws fire - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
City Attorney candidate Bryan Pease says a convadium could be good use of public funds; Council candidates pick apart $1.8 billion plan

Pro Football Hall of Famer Ron Mix admits felony tax fraud - Associated Press
Authorities say Mix, 78, was a San Diego-area lawyer who illegally paid a non-lawyer for referrals on clients and donated about $155,000 over three years to a charity operated by that person. Prosecutors say Mix then claimed those payments as charitable deductions.

Players with most to prove for all 32 NFL teams -
Gordon is coming of a lackluster performance in which he did not score a touchdown his rookie season. Along with that, Gordon is rehabbing from microfracture knee surgery, with the hope that he will be ready by training camp. Staying healthy and productive in an offense geared toward his skill set is a realistic expectation for the Wisconsin product.

What will Branden Oliver's role be for Chargers? - Eric Williams
Oliver could get opportunities from other teams on the market that are willing to offer more money and more playing time. I compare Oliver to Justin Forsett, another compact runner who bounced around the league before finally rushing for over 1,000 yards at 29 years old with the Baltimore Ravens in 2014.