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Evaluating the Offensive Line with OL Coach Jeff Davidson - Ricky Henne
I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the way it’s gone quite honestly.  We’ve got a good group of guys, and they’ve welcomed the way we want to go about business. They have open minds, and are willing to work every day.  That’s the main thing I’ve asked from them, so for me, it’s been really easy.

Bosa Watch

Latest On Chargers, Joey Bosa - Zach Links
"I would say that there are a lot of things in our business that come with the territory and negotiating contracts are one of them. That’s part of the business," he told 1090 in San Diego. "Was it disappointing to have 89 players instead of 90 in for camp? Sure. But these things tend to work themselves out and the good thing was, when Joey Bosa was here he looks great."

Chargers Rookies to Undergo Important Crash Course - Ricky Henne
"Inviting those players back are big as they were (important) Chargers," Hightower said.  "They uniquely represent what the Chargers are about, and have close connections with the community, the team and the fans.  Having Merriman come in for it is big for me because he was part of my first rookie class.  Now to have him come back 11 years later is unique.  Hearing from these guys help the rookies get a better sense of how the NFL is bigger than them.  Few men ever get the chance to say they played football at the NFL level, so this helps give them tools for success."

Bosa agent: Money's time value is 'legit thing' - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Chargers negotiators, top draftee Joey Bosa and legal team are more likely to get a deal done about the time training camp opens

Choose the Greatest Chargers Game of All-Time - Ricky Henne
The Chargers punched their first ticket to the Super Bowl with a 17-13 upset over the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game.  Dennis Gibson broke up Neil O’Donnell’s pass intended for Barry Foster in the end zone on fourth down with 1:04 remaining, sending San Diego into a frenzy.