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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Donavon Clark Start at Guard in 2017?

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Donavon Clark Looking to Bounce Back in Second Season - Hayley Elwood
“It was really hard,” Clark said. “You come in here trying to compete for a job and then know that it went south. I’m just trying to get in here every day doing extra cardio and trying to make sure I’m ready to go. I turned to a lot of guys on the field (for guidance). Especially, my o-line brothers because I’m with them most of all during practice and meetings.”

Okung and Slauson Locking Down the Left Side - Ricky Henne
“Matt’s a true professional. The guy has been a good player for years in this league, and really understands the game. He also pushes me. He’s been pushing me to get my feet right and my hands right. To be a technician. Matt is definitely a special player and I can’t wait to see how he does this year. Building the bond with the guy next to you is very important. There is a trust factor there that goes miles. Whether it is on certain defensive line stunts (or) to just trust each other in our combinations, it’s huge. It makes us feel comfortable.”

Chris McCain Standing Tall in Gus Bradley's System - Ricky Henne
“As the speed end, I can play a little more freely on the open side,” he said. “I can show a little more of what I can do with my speed. The LEO is a good fit for me with my body type and what I’m good at. I think it helps me show what I bring to the table for the coaches. (That’s) a lot of aggression. I hustle every play. No matter how tired I get. I play aggressively full speed and all out. I love to get after it, and I can do that at the LEO.”

1-on-1 with HOFer LaDainian Tomlinson - Chargers.com (video)
After checking out practice, LaDainian Tomlinson talks about what he saw on the field, Anthony Lynn and his incoming introduction to Canton.

LT Has High Expectations for Anthony Lynn - Ricky Henne
“Absolutely,” he said. “It was obvious. This business is all about being a leader of men and getting guys to follow you. A-Lynn certainly had that quality when he was my running backs coach. And it helps that he played the game. He knows what players go through, and he can relate to all of us.”

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