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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 13, 2016

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Top 101 NFL players from 2015 - Sam Monson
Verrett’s matchup with Amari Cooper produced one of the best tapes of the season, and gave us a glimpse into an AFC West battle we hope to see for years to come. There are still rough edges to his game, but the Charger quietly posted one of the best coverage grades of any corner this season, despite notching only three passes defensed to go along with his three interceptions. This is a product of tight coverage and making quick tackles before the first-down markers; he’s a player who just performs the fundamental duties of the position well.

Mailbag: Which Chargers Might Fly Under the Radar? - Ricky Henne
Got a few questions about what the Bolts are up to on the field.  Phase II marks the first chance for coaches to interact with the players on the field.  Practice may be conducted on a "separates" basis, but no live contact or team offense vs. team defense drills are permitted. We are currently midway through the three week portion, with Phase III (OTA’s) beginning on May 23.

Wise Words from Veterans to Rookies - Chargers.com (video)
Chargers veterans impart some knowledge onto the new crop of players who begin Rookie Mini Camp on Friday.

Reunited: Former Wisconsin teammate Derek Watt should boost Melvin Gordon - Eric Williams
"Obviously, he was my fullback at Wisconsin, and you two have to be on the same page back there," Gordon said. "You have to be on the same page as the linemen, but you have to be on the same page with the fullback as well.