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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 1, 2016

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100 NFL predictions that will frame 2016 season -
Expect at least one "wow" play from No. 3 overall pick Joey Bosa in the preseason. Bosa is too talented, and Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano will find ways to free up the Ohio State product as a pass-rusher.

2015 Team AV and Draft Value - Chase Stuart
The Kansas City Chiefs and the Seattle Seahawks both had very good seasons in 2015, with each team ultimately losing in the division round of the playoffs. But they got there with very different rosters when it comes to the NFL Draft.

Orlando Franklin hopes for a healthier 2016 with San Diego Chargers - Dan Ralph
"Last year was crazy, but that’s football," Franklin said in an interview Monday. "I pride myself on being a durable player, period. In football and before last year I had played 20 seasons starting from the age of 7 and missed just one game [in 2013 with Denver].

San Diego Chargers: Scary on Offense - Noah Goldstein
The San Diego Chargers may have gone 4-12 last season, but when healthy, they are as talented on offense as any team. With quarterback Philip Rivers still at the helm, the Chargers have an elite quarterback who is supremely adept at leading any offense. The memories of last season’s terror should be fading, the upcoming season should be fun to watch, and opponents of the Bolts should be worried for what is to come.

San Diego Megachurch Pastor Interviews NFL's Danny Woodhead on Surrendering to God - Anugrah Kumar
"I grew up in a strong Christian home, both parents served Jesus. It was all about Jesus," Woodhead, who joined the San Diego Chargers in 2013, told Pastor McPherson. "I had great examples. My mom and dad taught me that it was about a relationship with Him," the NFL star added. "It wasn't a set of rules. That was the example to me, that it's about a relationship with Jesus."