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Bolts Buzz: It's a Nice Day for a Watt Wedding - Hayley Elwood
Congratulations are in order for Derek Watt and his new wife, Gabriella, who tied the knot last weekend. It was a family affair as Derek’s brothers JJ and TJ were two of his groomsmen. Some highlights from the big day are below as are a few pics from the couple’s honeymoon.

What Did Pundits Think of the Bolts When They Were Prospects? - Ricky Henne
“By far, the premier tight end in the 2016 draft. Henry is a big body with the athleticism to get open, the hands to finish catches in traffic and the blocking ability to help give a running game the additional kick it might be missing on the edge. Henry should come in and become a very good NFL starter.”

Chargers should be thanking Chiefs for trading Marcus Peters - Eric Williams
“He’s a really good corner,” Rivers said before his team’s second matchup against the Chiefs last season. “He’s a dangerous corner. You categorize different corners in different ways. Some are just so textbook. They play their assignment and it’s tough to get completions on them.

Chargers seeking complementary back for Melvin Gordon - Eric Williams
At 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, I like some things University of Miami product Mark Walton does in terms of breaking tackles and showing some explosiveness as an outside runner, along with his ability to make plays in the passing game.

Chargers RB Melvin Gordon poised for best season of career in 2018 - Gavino Borquez
Los Angeles is slated to pay Gordon $1.9 million in the final year of his rookie deal in 2018, making it likely that the 24-year-old’s (will be 25 years old April 13) best production should come in this — his contract year — in 2018, but also over Gordon’s next three-to-five seasons as he enters his NFL prime.

Chargers’ Tre Boston issues retort to upset fans regarding FA status - Gavino Borquez
“Of course, L.A. is definitely somewhere I would love to be, but it’s a business,” Boston said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, according to Pro Football Talk. “Everybody knows how that goes. I want to find somewhere that I fit in well, somewhere that we have a chance of going to the Super Bowl.”

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