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CB-needy Chargers make claim - Bill Williamson
Patrick was a third-round pick in 2011 and he is just 24. Talented cornerbacks are always worth taking a flier on. It is especially intriguing in San Diego because the Chargers need depth at the position. Starting cornerbacks Quentin Jammer and Antoine Cason are both free agents. At least one of the two is expected to sign elsewhere. So, giving Patrick a chance may be worthwhile.
Open mind for new Chargers offense - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
McCoy was known in Denver for adjusting his scheme to fit his players. He made clear that hasn't changed, calling personnel adjustment the "number one thing we have to do as coaches" when recently discussing his new staff.
Chargers Nab Cornerback Johnny Patrick - Ricky Henne
The 24-year-old Patrick is a native of DeLand, Florida. He attended the University of Louisville where he was a first-team All-Big East pick as a senior and finished his career with 171 tackles, 22 passes defensed, nine interceptions and two blocked field goals. Patrick also competed as a sprinter on the Cardinals’ track and field team as both a freshman and sophomore.
Ask Mike McCoy a Question - Ricky Henne
If you have a question you’d like him to answer, submit your question below along with your name, city and state. Phone number optional.
Special Chargers.com Live Chat: NFL Combine Edition - Ricky Henne
Chargers.com's Ricky Henne is in Indianapolis to provide wall-to-wall coverage on the NFL Combine and the Bolts
The San Diego Dazzling Lightybulbs? - bp
That’s good stuff right there. So, the same dude that brought us NFL logos with Peyton Manning’s face has asked the simple question: What if all the NFL logos were British? It’s pretty awesome. Monocles everywhere. Here are my favorites.