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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Keenan Allen was a standout in the Pro Bowl

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How Did the Chargers Fare in the 2019 Pro Bowl? - Rachel Gossen
Of the seven Chargers who were selected, six attended and saw the field. Keenan Allen started on offense, making a difference from the very start with a 15-yard catch on the third play of the game. He later added a 50-yard catch from Patrick Mahomes that helped move the chains for an eventual touchdown. Allen led all receivers with 95 yards on four receptions, while also recording a special teams tackle.

West Notes: Rivers, Broncos, Rams - Sam Robinson
The Chargers have not made much of an effort to target Philip Rivers‘ heir apparent yet. Because the plan still appears to be a semi-long-term future with their current starter. Extension talks between the Bolts and their 37-year-old quarterback are set to commence. Rivers confirmed no such discussions have unfolded yet, but going through his 15th season did not change his mindset to avoid retirement for a while.

4 standouts from Senior Bowl week Chargers should target in NFL draft - Gavino Borquez
There’s no denying that the offensive line will need a makeover, both on the interior and outside. It was evident that they started to fall apart towards the end of the season after entering as one of the top units in the league. The Chargers are likely to address it within the first couple rounds, which is why Kansas State’s Dalton Risner would make a great match.

5 moves Chargers can make to play in Super Bowl 54 - Travis Wakeman
They had the second-best record in the AFC this past season and picked up road wins against the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers, both in primetime. Those wins and believe it or not, the Patriots loss, combine to give this group valuable experience from which to build upon.

Los Angeles Chargers: Early look at free agency for defense - Martens Ernest
Quarterbacks hate interior pressure, having a defensive lineman in their laps make them wholly uncomfortable, forcing poor throws and causing the quarterback’s pocket clock to tick a lot more quickly.

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