How Did the Chargers Fare in the Pro Bowl? - Hayley Elwood
Casey Hayward helped the AFC make it a one score game in the third quarter when he picked off Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. He then lateraled the ball to Miami Dolphins’ safety Reshad Jones who then pitched it back to Jacksonville Jaguars’ cornerback Jalen Ramsey. The play eventually led to an AFC touchdown, cutting the NFC’s lead to 20-17.
AFC Notes: Joseph, Bengals, Titans, Bolts - Sam Robinson
Texas A&M is attempting to hire Chargers assistant defensive line coach Eric Henderson, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. He spent his first season with the Chargers last season under Gus Bradley. The former NFL defensive lineman and New Orleans native, though, is viewed as a plus recruiter — particularly in the south — and spent three seasons with Oklahoma State and in 2016 coached Texas-San Antonio’s defensive linemen.
Chargers should like QB Kyle Lauletta's efficient Senior Bowl performance - Eric Williams
At 6-foot-2 and 216 pounds, Lauletta showed good footwork and movement skills inside the pocket. He also threw the ball well on the run, showed decisiveness in his reads and had good ball placement. Lauletta completed 8 of 12 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns, earning the Most Outstanding Player of the game award. I like Lauletta as a Day 3 developmental prospect in this year’s draft and believe he would be a good fit for the Chargers’ offense.
Chargers position outlook 2018: Young talent needed on D-line - Eric Williams
The Chargers allowed 131 rushing yards and a league-worst 4.88 yards per rush. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Chargers allowed a league-worst 4.79 yards on first-down runs. The Chargers allowed a league-worst 18 rushing plays of 20 yards or more. NFL leading rusher Kareem Hunt averaged 164 rushing yards a contest in two wins for the Kansas City Chiefs over the Chargers.
Full 7-round Chargers 2018 mock draft, post Senior Bowl edition - Will Reeve Jr
Los Angeles drafted offensive guard Forrest Lamp only to see him tear his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his knee before playing a game. The Bolts did get a good rookie season out of former Hoosiers offensive lineman Dan Feeney, seeing the third-round selection make the Pro Football Writers Association’s All-Rookie team for 2017.
Matt Hasselbeck a Believer in Bolts' Future - Hayley Elwood
Although they got to 9-7, that 0-4 start and the miscues in the kicking game haunted them in the end. However, he feels the way they performed at the end of the season is indicative of what this team could be moving forward.
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