Todd McShay's three-round 'Grade: A' mock draft - Todd McShay (insider)
Defensive line and safety are two of the Chargers' top needs, and this would be a dream scenario, with Buckner (my No. 2 D-lineman) and Bell (No. 2 safety) both falling into their lap. Buckner is disruptive against the run and plays with a great motor. Perhaps most important, he has the skill set to fit in both a 3-4 and 4-3 at the next level. After letting Ladarius Green hit free agency and sign with Pittsburgh, the Chargers should be looking for a young TE like Hooper to develop.
Chargers Mock Draft 2016 - Eddie Brown (UT$)
We're a little over two weeks away from the Tennessee Titans officially being on the clock in Chicago. The Chargers have been active in free agency so far, but there are still holes left to be filled by GM Tom Telesco on this roster. The offensive line (especially center) and defensive line remain top priority. A compliment/future replacement to Antonio Gates at tight end wouldn't hurt either.
Spanos tells flagship he'll lead campaign - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Expect Team Spanos to point out that both Houston and Indianapolis have hosted Super Bowls in their football palaces, in addition to numerous non-football events. The "good for San Diego" theme will be a staple to the campaign.
Prospect Profile: Hunter Henry - Chargers.com
A highly coveted recruit who followed in his father’s footsteps to play for the Razorbacks, Henry caught 116 passes for 1,661 yards and nine touchdowns in 38 career games. He was a consensus first team All-American and John Mackey Award Winner as the nation’s top tight end as he set career-highs in receptions (51) and yards (739) to go along with three scores last season.