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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can the Chargers Win the AFC West in 2017?

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The Combine Interview: Inside the Chargers' Closed Door Meeting with a Top Prospect - Ricky Henne
For the first time ever, the Chargers are lifting the veil of secrecy to give fans a sneak peek at what goes on behind closed doors. For the first time ever, the Chargers are lifting the veil of secrecy to give fans a sneak peek at what goes on behind closed doors. Of course, confidentiality is a must, so we can’t reveal the prospect’s name that is detailed below. However, he is a well-known wide receiver who many mock drafts project to be selected in the first or second round of the NFL Draft. We will refer to him simply as Prospect X. Now, take a peek behind the veil as the Chargers interview one of the 2017 NFL Draft’s top prospects.

10 veteran free agents worth 1-year deals - Sam Monson
Russell Okung is no longer a good player, but in a league where several teams have disasters starting at left tackle, he can still upgrade several situations in the short-term while those teams search for a legitimate solution in the draft. The security of only being below-average as a pass blocker and solid enough in the run game would be a significant headache alleviated for several teams. Last season, Okung surrendered four sacks with the Broncos, less than half the figure of the most among tackles, shared by six players.

Chargers Likely To Pursue Russell Okung - Connor Byrne
However, there’s a belief among some teams and agents that the Bolts have been in contact with Okung’s advisor, former agent Jimmy Halsell, writes Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. If true, the Chargers would be in violation of the NFL’s tampering rules.

Brandon Mebane says Chargers focused on reclaiming AFC West - Eric Williams
"That has to be our goal," Mebane said. "We have to talk about it more. That’s one of the things I felt like we didn’t do a whole lot of last year is talking about winning our division.

Keeping Jahleel Addae provides versatility in secondary for Chargers - Eric Williams
"I like him when I see him play," Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley recently said about Addae. "Here’s a guy who understands his fits in the box. He’s aggressive, makes plays and has very good instincts."

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