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PFF's Best Contracts – Top 5 NFL cornerback contracts for 2018 - Gordon McGuinness
From 75 targets in 2017, he allowed just 32 receptions for a 42.7 percent catch rate. Those 32 receptions went for 537 yards, and with three touchdowns allowed compared for four interceptions and 15 pass breakups, he allowed an NFL passer rating of 58.6 on throws into his coverage. Hayward has long been one of the most undervalued corners in the NFL, and even now that he has been given a new deal, it’s still good value for the team.

2018 fantasy football power rankings: Teams 12-9 - Tyler Loechner
Despite losing one of their most valuable fantasy assets in Hunter Henry, the Chargers are still one of the better teams from a fantasy perspective in 2018. The Chargers check in at No. 11 on the 2018 fantasy football team power rankings.

Scott Barrett's 2018 fantasy football keeper rankings - Scott Barrett
12. Keenan Allen, WR, Los Angeles Chargers – Over the final seven weeks of last season, Allen led the position and averaged 23.9 fantasy points per game. Volume might be just as good this year, with Hunter Henry now out for the year.

Bold predictions out of all 32 NFL training camps - ESPN.com
Talented edge rushers Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram will rightly garner most of the attention at the start of training camp. However, Rochell showed flashes of developing into an effective pass-rusher his rookie year, and thanks to a plant-based diet that helped him lose 25 pounds, the seventh-round pick in last year's draft raised eyebrows with his high motor as a pass-rusher during offseason work.

Fantasy players to watch in training camp, 2018: AFC West - Dan Schneier
Williams caught 51.9 percent of his deep targets — good for sixth in the nation — during his final college season at Clemson. If the Chargers drafted him to fill the old Malcom Floyd role, this is why. More importantly, with the losses of Henry and Antonio Gates, the Chargers need to replace 44.2 percent of their red-zone targets (inside the 10-yard line) and Williams (6-foot-4) projects as the best option to step up.

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