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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers Press Conference Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Team Awards: Most Inspirational Player -
Might seem odd, but having a chance to see how seriously Bosa takes the game, his job and wanting to win every snap is inspiring. He's constantly consuming football, be it film, coaching, or other player input; he's almost on a quest to becoming football omnipotent. You get the sense there is no stone unturned and no path ignored when it comes to Bosa amassing a file on each opponent. You add his relentlessness on each and every snap, and how could you not want to play to your fullest after watching him ply his trade?

Melvin Ingram Named to 2018 Pro Bowl - Ricky Henne
This marks the first Pro Bowl appearance for Ingram, who dominated in 2017 after transitioning to defensive end for the first time in his career. He tied his career high with 10.5 sacks, which were the sixth-most in the AFC. In addition, the edge rusher finished with 56 tackles and 17 tackles for loss, which ranked third in the NFL. Ingram also recorded his first career touchdown on a 39-yard scoop-and-score against the Buffalo Bills.

Chargers developing a succession plan for Philip Rivers - Eric Williams
“I think Philip played well,” head coach Anthony Lynn said. “I think his best stat is his turnover stat. He took care of the football. He delivered the ball to the right people at the right time.

Chargers’ Tom Telesco discusses drafting QB: ‘We have to plan for the future’ - Carlos Sanchez
“You don’t go into a draft saying we’re going draft a quarterback, a running back, and a wide receiver. You never know how it’s going to play out. So we’ll be prepared whatever year it is. If the right guy is there at the right spot, then we’ll do it [draft a QB].

Chargers officially retain DC Gus Bradley, OC Ken Whisenhunt - Will Reeve Jr
Los Angeles officially put to rest the concerns of fans by reporting that both Bradley and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt would be returning for the 2018 season via their official Twitter account.

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