Toddy McShay's first-round AFC West mock NFL draft - Bill Williamson
11. San Diego: Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama, My take: With all the top left tackles taken, I’d have no problem seeing the Chargers add Warmack. He’d fill a hole for 12 years.
Prospect Profile: Alec Ogletree - Ricky Henne
Alec Ogletree is an outstanding linebacker who flew somewhat under the radar playing next to Jarvis Jones at Georgia. In fact, some might know him better because of his off the field issues instead of his impressive performances on it. Regardless, he is a dynamic player who has a shot to be productive immediately as a rookie.
Mel Kiper Jr. offers two-round mock - Bill Williamson
45. San Diego: Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State, My take: He is a fine player. This would be a good two-round haul for San Diego.
Mock Draft Tracker 6.0 - Ricky Henne
With less than three weeks to go until draft day, many mock drafts have changed from when we first started documenting who experts thought the Bolts would choose.
Huge year ahead for Philip Rivers - Bill Williamson
It’s the way it goes in the NFL. There is new leadership in San Diego, and that leadership is not emotionally attached to anyone. Decisions will be made purely for football reasons. If Rivers, who is coming off two subpar seasons, is terrible this season, the Chargers will move away.