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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Are Chargers Losing the Fight for Los Angeles?

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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

15 Minutes: A Running Diary Inside the Chargers' Interview Room with Top Prospects -
Director of College Scouting Kevin Kelly: “I have empathy for the player walking into our room and seeing 10 to 15 people, like ownership of the team, the coach, the GM. He’s in the hot seat in front of me and I’m pushing personal issues. When he sits down, I try to make him feel comfortable. I want him to know we only get 60 of these, so we obviously like him a lot. He’s one of our 60, so welcome to the Chargers. I try to give some positivity on how impressive their career was in college so they don’t think it’s just like an indictment. Because if the kid’s comfortable, then they can talk.”

Nine NFL teams that would make sense for Ndamukong Suh - Nate Davis
Los Angeles Chargers: Imagine putting Suh between rush ends Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. The Bolts, who had the AFC's worst run defense last year, clearly need the help inside.

Casey Hayward and the Bolts Acted Fast to Reach Deal - Ricky Henne
“This is surreal,” he said. “When I first got to the Chargers they took a chance on me, so it’s a blessing to come back and do it all over again. I’m going into my seventh year on my third deal, and that’s almost unheard of. This is definitely a blessing.”

The Rams are beating the Chargers in the battle for Los Angeles - Steve Rivera
Currently, the Rams boast better talent up and down the roster, including the Defensive Player of the Year in Aaron Donald, the offensive Player of the Year in Todd Gurley, and the NFL Coach of the Year in Sean McVay.

Ranking all 32 offensive lines from the 2017 NFL season - Zoltan Buday
Although the Chargers allowed just nine sacks, tied for the fewest in the NFL, it is a misleading stat as Philip Rivers led the league with 35 throwaways. However, the Chargers’ offensive line was slightly more effective in run-blocking as their running backs averaged 1.47 yards before contact, which was just below the NFL average of 1.56 yards before contact.

The NFL's top 50 unrestricted free agents heading into 2018 free agency - PFF Analysis Team
Boston was more than just a safety valve on the back end of the Chargers defense, allowing just three receptions on 12 targeted passes. He brought in an interception of a pass breakup on more than half of his targeted passes in 2017.

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