Trade Travis Benjamin? Chargers need his playmaking ability - Eric Williams
“A lot of things about them flashed today for me,” Slauson said. “The way they use their hands and the way they attacked the practice, it was exciting to see. And didn’t get to watch Forrest as much as I watched Dan, but Dan impressed me a lot with his hands, his punch and his feet.”
1-on-1 with Rayshawn Jenkins - Chargers.com (video)
Chargers new safety talks about his relationship with former Hurricanes and how he fits into Gus Bradley's scheme.
Chargers special teams guru George Stewart made Anthony Lynn better as a player, so Lynn hired him as a coach - Dan Woike
Lynn also named Stewart the team’s assistant head coach. “When a coach makes you better, that’s what gets an NFL player’s attention,” Lynn said. “And he made a lot of us better.”
Sorry, but AFC West is winnable for the Los Angeles Chargers - Nick Canepa
No question the key to all this is protecting Rivers, which last year’s offensive line decided wasn’t necessary. The GM Tommy/John tandem has cleaned the offensive line’s floor of stains and drafted accordingly. Few teams will have the weaponry Rivers has at his disposal. If they can get by the Big If — injuries — and if the O-line can at least be decent, they will be very hard to play.
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