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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: What Should Chargers Do at Safety?

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ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay Name Top Choices for Seventh Overall Pick - Ricky Henne
"Well, protecting Philip Rivers is front and center.  So an offensive tackle (has to be in consideration), but it is too early for that. Getting another weapon at wide receiver, Keenan Allen has not obviously been able to stay healthy.  So a wide receiver (is an option but it’s) too early for that. Then you look, do they go safety? Do they go with a Malik Hooker? Is Jamal Adams there at that point? Probably not.

My Combine: Philip Rivers - (video)
Los Angeles Chargers QB Philip Rivers looks back at his experience at the 2004 NFL Scouting Combine.

Chargers Should Do Whatever It Takes To Keep Melvin Ingram - Matt Williamson
This is a flexible, yet explosive, threat off the edge that has also improved quite a bit as a run defender as well. He has great first-step quickness, plays with excellent balance and hand usage. Ingram is much more than a speed rusher and is tenacious to the whistle. But make no mistake: Ingram has exceptional pure playing speed.

Chargers searching for a Tyreek Hill-type player to spark return game - Eric Williams
"We have to develop that here," Stewart said. "And that’s one thing we’re looking for going into the combine, going into the draft. Our biggest area [that we have to improve] is the return game, in terms of getting positive field position for [Philip] Rivers.

What options do the Los Angeles Chargers have at safety? - Scott Iger
It is widely agreed that since the departure of Eric Weddle, the Los Angeles Chargers have struggled at the safety position. Dwight Lowery and Jahleel Addae did a decent job filling the vacancy, but should they look elsewhere? Here are their options.