San Diego Chargers: The business of Bosa - Noah Hilton
From a public relations standpoint, the dispute is certainly unfortunate for both parties. However, from the perspective of a businessman, it absolutely makes sense. In essence, it serves as an insurance policy for Bosa and protects from the less-than-ideal possibility of a debut undone by injury or underperformance. Between the J.J. Watt comparisons he’s drawn from scouts and his sack-happy college career at a Power 5 school, the chances of Bosa being a bust seem slim, but it’d be naive to refuse the reality that it’s still feasible.
Grading the big contract extensions of the 2016 NFL offseason - Adam Stites & Alex Reimer
But even if he doesn't, it's a pricey and risky deal for a player who hasn't stayed healthy throughout his football career. Allen tore his PCL in college, which contributed to his fall to the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Then he suffered a sprained ankle and broken collarbone in 2014 and a kidney laceration in 2015.
Still not in L.A., optimistic San Diego sees quick turnaround in 2016 - Jay Paris
"It's been different for whatever reason,'' McCoy said of his team's focus. "It's a different mind-set, it's a new year. You gotta move on from the past and learn from the experience.''
Top 100 Photos of the 2016 Offseason - Chargers.com (gallery)
Take a look at the top photos from the Chargers offseason.
Jason Verrett on Bolts secondary, strides by Adrian Phillips & Keenan Allen motivation - Marty Caswell (video)
Chargers cornerback Jason on how the Bolts secondary is developing, why he’s impressed with Adrian Phillips and the motivation of Keenan Allen’s contract extension.