Justin Hardy: the WR the Chargers need? - GodOfThunder
Justin is the best WR run blocker I have seen in a long, long time. He constantly takes great angles, gets in front of his man, and uses his feet to "dance" and ensure that he doesn't hold. He is never afraid to engage, and blocks with a nastiness that you love to see. He isn't the biggest guy (listed at 6'0" 185 lbs), but has a good enough base to maintain position and get the job done.
Ask McCoy, Telesco Whatever is on Your Mind - Chargers.com
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Mailbag: What is Most Important at the Combine? - Ricky Henne
There is a lot of information gleaned at the Combine, but it seems the medical reports on the prospects garner the most attention. Whether it is a front office executive or a coach, I always hear how they are eager to see how a player checks out in their medical evaluation. While the Combine is one small piece of a much larger puzzle, there are many other important aspects in addition to a player’s health including how they perform in interviews, on the field and during the psychological evaluation.
Free agent watch: C Rodney Hudson - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Hudson, if healthy and a system fit, would project as a better-than-average pivot for the next few years. Second-year player Watt may be ready to take over as Chargers center but is more experienced at guard. A year after the Chargers used five centers, Hudson would strengthen the line's interior. His know-how and quickness would enhance the guards who flank him -- be they Watt, Johnnie Troutman, Chad Rinehart, D.J. Fluker, Jeremiah Sirles or other candidates.
T.J. Clemmings: Further Evidence that he is the Right Tackle of the Future for the Bolts - GodOfThunder
I think the biggest strength of T.J. (he wears #68, btw) right now is his awareness. Having just recently changing over from the defensive to offensive side of the ball a few years ago (in college!), it is amazing that he is able to have such a knack for this sort of thing.