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Complete List of 2017 Combine Participants - Ricky Henne
With all eyes turned toward Indianapolis, here are all the invitees who are expected to take part in the ultimate job interview this week at the NFL Scouting Combine broken down by position:

Top 10 free agents Los Angeles Chargers must decide whether to re-sign - Pro Football Weekly
After just six sacks and 12 starts in his first three seasons, Ingram has blossomed, making 39 consecutive starts and logging 18.5 sacks, 11 passes defensed and seven forced fumbles since 2015. He'll be 28 in April, and Ingram's rapid improvement — in terms of production and availability — has positioned the 18th overall pick in 2012 to become one of the league's higher paid linebackers.

Possible trade-up scenarios for the Los Angles Chargers - Louis Gorini
During the NFL draft season, coaches and general managers always make it public that their teams are open for business when it comes to trading down. The ideal scenario would be for a team to move down a couple of slots, gain an extra pick or two and still be able to get their guy.

Anthony Lynn on Chargers' injury issues: Availability is biggest talent - Eric Williams
"I think there's a culture that you can create to help that," Lynn said about the Chargers' injury history. "I think recovery is super important for players, and taking advantage of the technology that we have today -- that's the preventative part. We have to create a certain mindset on this team that it's hard to make the club if you're in the tub, period."

Chargers' Pro Bowl corners fit Gus Bradley's new defensive scheme - Eric Williams
"Certainly with the new coaches, it's important that we spend a lot of time with them," Chargers general manager Tom Telesco told the team's website. "We have to get a feel for what they look for in players for their system, both offense and defense.