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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Who will be Bolts comeback player of the year?

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A 'no tax' Chargers stadium plan unveiled - Roger Showley (UT$)
“If they are worried about the ‘convadium’ not being beneficial to San Diego, why are they sitting on their hands?” DeMaio asked. “Get up and start moving forward. What I want to see is leadership in town. The only people providing leadership right now are the Chargers. Whose fault is that?”

A 'different' energy for Chargers this spring - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
“I couldn’t be happier with the energy and excitement the players have played with this year,” McCoy said. “It’s been different. For whatever reason, there is a different mindset. It’s a new year.”

Mailbag: Which Player is Most Primed for a Comeback Season? - Ricky Henne
“He’s really changed the way he approaches the game and he’s become a pro.  He’s learned from some good guys. I think having someone like Malcom (Floyd) to watch every day and say this is the right way to do things, Keenan’s taken advantage of that.  He deserves every penny he’s got.  I’m very happy for him and his success.”

Longtime NBA Vet Mentoring Bolts Rookies - Ricky Henne
Keyon Dooling played for 13 years with the Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, New Jersey Nets, Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies.  Originally the 10th overall pick in the 2000 NBA draft, he carved out a long and productive career known as a defensive specialist and team leader.  However, as he explained to the Bolts’ rookies, his career was shortened by his inability to deal with his mental health issues stemming from a traumatic childhood experience.

The Attaochu Family Visits the San Diego Zoo - (video)
Linebacker Jerry Attaochu brings Mom and little brother David along for a behind-the-scenes tour at the San Diego Zoo.