Morning links: Sorensen's development

Good morning. Ricky Henne of Chargers.com provides an update on San Diego Chargers reserve quarterback Brad Sorensen.

A seventh-round selection by the Chargers in the 2013 draft, Sorensen is working as the team’s third quarterback behind Philip Rivers and Kellen Clemens in the team’s offseason workouts.

Henne writes that Sorensen has a better grasp of the team’s offense in his second season. The Southern Utah product is probably a year away from pushing for the No. 2 job. How he plays during exhibition play will be an important part of measuring Sorensen’s development.

Money is running low to pay for maintenance costs for the publicly funded Edward Jones Dome, home of the St. Louis Rams. It’s the latest example of why the Rams could be headed back to Los Angeles once the team can break a 30-year lease at the end of the upcoming season.

Nick Canepa of U-T San Diego writes that San Diego can’t afford to host a Super Bowl.

Chase Stuart and Matt Waldman examine if size is a valid characteristic in measuring a receiver’s potential production.

Matt Bowen of Bleacher Report breaks down the basics of Cover 4 defensive coverage.

Former NFL punter Chris Kluwe, writing a guest column for Pro Football Focus, tells us what statistics matter in measuring a great punter.