Can't-Miss Play: Super Steve - NFL Videos
San Diego Chargers cornerback Steve Williams stays with it and recovers a fumble from Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders.
Chargers GM Tom Telesco looking to avoid bust potential at No. 3 - Eric Williams
"You’re usually picking at No. 3 for a reason," Telesco said. "You’ve got some weak areas of your football team. So it could be a player at any position to come and help us. Certainly durability would be a part of that. It’s all part of the equation."
Former coaches gush over new Chargers NT Brandon Mebane - Eric Williams
"He had played both (3-technique and 1-technique). And we thought that he was a better nose tackle than had he played 3-technique. He’s just got a real good body type for sticking in that "A" gap, owning in and not letting anyone knock him off the football. He’s a really consistent competitor, good player and all of that. I don’t know where they’re planning on playing him, but that’s where we liked him the most."
Mailbag: Tight Ends & the Effect of New Rule Changes - Ricky Henne
However, there is a dearth of experience right now behind him with three tight ends who have never played a snap for the Chargers. Sean McGrath has the most experience, but he hasn’t appeared in an NFL game since retiring following the 2013 season before making a comeback midway through last season.
Jalen Ramsey's confidence even more impressive than physical skills - Mike DiRocco
"I think all of my traits equally are reason for the success," Ramsey said after Florida State’s pro day on Tuesday. "I’m big. I’m strong. I’m fast. I have the hips. I have the footwork. I’m always trying to perfect my craft, and at the end of the day, I’m just a competitor. I’m a winner.