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Six Teams To Meet With Mo Alie-Cox - Zach Links
The jump from basketball to football may not be easy, but Mo Alie-Cox has plenty of believers in the NFL. The former Virginia Commonwealth University forward is already slated to visit the Chiefs, Buccaneers, Jets, Colts, Seahawks, and Chargers, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. More teams could request to meet with the 6’7″ athlete, Rapoport adds.

Chargers To Re-Sign TE Jeff Cumberland - Zach Links
The kind of role the Bolts have in mind for Cumberland remains to be seen. Already, the Chargers have young standout Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates atop the TE depth chart with 6’5″ athletes Sean McGrath and Asante Cleveland in support. Cumberland’s deal might not include any guaranteed cash, so his spot on the 53-man roster is far form a certainty.

Keenan Allen says he feels amazing, works to reclaim top WR status - Eric Williams
"I’m just trying to be the best, trying to come back and get right back to where I left off," Allen said. "I’m trying to be a top-five [receiver]-- whatever it is -- and trying to be the best."

Chargers safety Dwight Lowery willing to mentor rookie defensive back - Eric Williams
"I have no problem with being a mentor," Lowery said. "I have no problem with competition. The reality is I don't have that much left on my contract, let alone my career. So the Chargers have to do what's best for the organization, especially at the safety position.

Comfy confines of StubHub Center offer test run for Chargers, NFL - Eric Williams
"I’m looking forward to it because it takes you back," Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said. "It’s a really intimate environment like college and high school if you’re from Texas [laughs]. I’ve been there a couples times, and every time I go I can’t wait to get there and play. I think it’s going to be fun."

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