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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Day 2 of the NFL Draft Was a Bit of a Letdown

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Chargers stay defensive with USC's Nwosu, NC State's Jones - Greg Beacham
"It means a lot to be around the people that supported me my whole life," Nwosu said. "Just to be able to play right down the street from my parents' house where we grew up, walking and watching tennis matches and all types of soccer games there my whole life, just to be able to play in there and be home, it just means a lot to me. I'm very grateful for it."

Antonio Gates' departure opens door for Chargers WR Mike Williams - Eric Williams
Gates is the NFL's all-time leader in receiving touchdowns by a tight end, with 114. An eight-time Pro Bowler who signed as an undrafted free agent out of Kent State in 2003, Gates is the all-time franchise leader in receptions (927), receiving yards (11,508) and touchdowns (114).

Draft Profile: Breaking Down Justin Jones' College Highlights - Chargers.com (video)
Watch to see a breakdown of NC State defensive tackle Justine Jones' college highlights.

Tom Telesco on Selecting Uchenna Nwosu in Round 2 - Chargers.com (video)
Tom Telesco talks to Hayley Elwood after selecting Linebacker Uchenna Nwosu in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Analysis, grade for Chargers’ third-round selection of Justin Jones - Travis Wakeman
In college, he played on a stout defensive line that included Bradley Chubb and B.J. Hill, but he’s another player the Chargers may have overdrafted, as Lance Zierlein of NFL.com had him going in the fourth or fifth round.

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