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Why StubHub Center Can Be Home-Field Advantage For Chargers - ThePostGame.com (video)
"I've talked to coaches around the league that knew of this stadium, and they said, 'Gus, it's unique and it's cool,'' Bradley said. "I mean, it's intimate and it's close. It's pretty good. And these are guys who have no ties to the Chargers."

DeSean Jackson has plenty of options in free agency. Which team is the best fit? - Mansur Shaheen
Jackson has established himself as one of the NFL’s premier deep threats throughout his career. He has 46 career receiving touchdowns, 20 of which are for 30 yards or more — including 11 of the 14 touchdowns he scored for Washington between 2014 and 2016. He is the NFL leader among active players in career yards per reception, averaging 17.7 yards per catch.

Anthony Lynn, Gus Bradley Connect Beyond Football - ThePostGame.com (video)
Two years ago, Anthony Lynn was a candidate to be offensive coordinator with Jacksonville. His interview with Jaguars coach Gus Bradley lasted about seven hours, more than twice the usual time for such conversations, as they discussed life as much as they did football. Ultimately, Lynn didn't take that job. But he had connected so well with Bradley at a personal level that Lynn knew he wanted to work with him at some point.

Not picking up Russell Okung’s option freed up $10.9M in cap space for Broncos - Tim Lynch
The Denver Broncos, on Thursday, decided not to pick up left tackle Russell Okung’s option. Okung will now be a free agent. The move leaves the Broncos without a starting caliber left or right tackle on the roster.

ESPN's Mel Kiper on the NFL Draft - Kalyn Kahler
Mel Kiper has never attended the NFL scouting combine. That’s right, Kiper, the father of NFL draft coverage, has never gone to Indianapolis to see the top prospects showcased in person. He’s always preferred to stay home and watch tape while waiting for their 40 times, vertical leap measurements and the rest to roll in. With the combine quickly approaching, Kiper spoke to The MMQB about his combine viewing habits, the players in this draft pool who can create the most buzz with a good workout, the biggest combine snubs, and NFL’s stance with the non-invitees.