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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 8, 2015

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Cordarro Law: "I’m Ready to Let Loose" - Ricky Henne
Between Jarrett Johnson’s retirement and the decision not to re-sign Dwight Freeney, a number of bright young players are being afforded a chance to step up.  Much attention has focused on Melvin Ingram, Jerry Attaochu and Tourek Williams, but Cordarro Law is another returning OLB determined to seize the opening.

Mitch Unrein Boasts Unique History with Mike McCoy - Ricky Henne
"It was really cool.  It had been a while since he was in Denver, so it was cool to catch up with him.  That relationship was another reason why I came out here.  Being familiar with the head coach out here, I’m not just coming in blind.  I know what he likes and what his tendencies are."

Defensive Prototypes: 5-Technique - Sam Monson
In reality, because the league plays nickel on around 60% of defensive snaps in today’s NFL, every 3-4 defensive end is going to spend more time as a 3-tech than he is playing 4i, 4 or 5 because of the nature of pass-rushing sub-packages.

Defensive Prototypes: 6- and 7-Techniques - Sam Monson
If there’s one theme in these articles it is that the technique data shows that there is rarely a true exact prototype in terms of the traditional positions we have all become used to. The lines have blurred between them all and where players line up is intrinsically linked to how the offense deploys both in terms of formation and personnel.