Franchise tag could be best option for Chargers, Melvin Ingram in 2017 - Eric Williams
“Melvin’s still doing his negotiation thing,” defensive co-captain Brandon Mebane recently told reporters after practice. “I can’t wait until he gets back. He adds to the group and he’s a great player. So I can’t wait to get back on the field with him.”
Philip Rivers thankful and sad for final days at Chargers Park - Eric Williams
“So I’ve thought about it, and that is the official close to it. I think it will be a thankful day for all of the good times out there and all the memories you’ve had. But I also think it will be a sad day in a way, too. All things end, but it doesn’t make it easy.”
Evaluating the Quarterbacks with QB Coach Shane Steichen - Chargers.com
I think he’s one of the best that I have ever seen in the pocket. He may be the best ever at pocket presence. The way he throws with guys in his face when there’s an inch of space, and he’ll let the ball go (is unreal). The way he finds those little windows to the running backs; that’s just a feel thing.
Denzel Perryman finds his voice in the middle of the Chargers' defense - Dan Woike
“He certainly has that personality to be a leader,” Lynn said. “I’ve watched him grow a little bit this offseason. His communication of Gus’ defense with the rest of the team and his spirit in practice, I see him being a leader on this football team.”
Chargers undrafted CB Michael Davis drawing early praise - Travis Wakeman
In 2015, he was charged with misdemeanor assault during an altercation. According to Jay Drew of the Salt Lake Tribune, that charged was later reduced. Davis was ordered to pay a small fine and complete community service while also serving a year on probation.
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