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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 28, 2016

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Hunter Henry gets first look at Antonio Gates - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"His resumé in college speaks for itself," Gates said. "But when I walked in, from the first time of being around him, I could tell he’s a guy who studies in the classroom. The tunnel vision of wanting to be a great player in this league, he has that. You can tell, he’s very attentive to what I have to say to him, and he’s willing to learn. To me, that’s always the start. If you see a guy who comes in from the collegiate level and thinks he knows it all, I don’t really gravitate toward him as much. But that kid, he’s a phenomenal kid."

Chargers' Chris Swain graduates from Navy - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"His number one priority is to serve our country," General Manager Telesco said. "His number two priority would be the Chargers. We’re OK with that. We’re all on the same page. We’ll accommodate what his schedule is. The Navy has been great. … They said that they can accommodate our schedule. Obviously, we’re very grateful for that. We know what his number one priority is. We’re not going to change that."

More study, more convadium bashing - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Worthy of more study as well is the relationship between a convadium and nearby Petco Park. The Padres are having increased success renting out their ballpark. A portion of those revenues goes to the City of San Diego. Would a convadium cut into that business?The city, bear in mind, is still funneling money toward Petco Park and related bond payments even after getting its take.

Evaluating the Running Backs with RB Coach Ollie Wilson - Ricky Henne
He’s the leader.  He sets an example for everyone, and the rest of the group buys in. If I was a young guy coming into this league, and I saw how Danny Woodhead acts, and how he has been so successful in this league and played as long as he has, I would follow as close as I could to him and follow everything he does.

Ranking all 32 NFL head coaches, from worst to first | For The Win
23. Mike McCoy, Chargers You can’t coach health, so it’s hard to put the Chargers’ recent struggles all on McCoy. He’s produced consistently productive offenses during his three-year tenure in San Diego. And his offense, which is built around quick timing throws, suits Philip Rivers perfectly. The 2016 season — assuming the Chargers finally stay healthy — should give us a better idea of just how good McCoy really is.