The top 50 NFL free agents of 2019 - Michael Renner
Williams had a breakout 2016 without Keenan Allen, but he has been unable to replicate that success with Allen in the lineup. His 1.41 yards per route was 54th among 96 qualifying receivers in 2018 and a far cry from his 1.83 figure in 2016.
Top-10 Free Agent Wide Receivers in 2019 - Austin Gayle
Cast into a primary role in 2016, Los Angeles Chargers’ Tyrell Williams caught 69-of-111 targets for 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns en route to a 75.6 overall grade. Yet, Keenan Allen’s return from injury and the addition for first-round Clemson product Mike Williams pushed Williams into the backseat in 2017 and 2018. Listed at 6-foot-4, 205 pounds, the soon-to-be 27-year-old Williams should have ample suitors willing to bet on his potential in free agency.
Michael Schofield Cheers on Wife’s Historic, Barrier-Breaking Moment - Ricky Henne
“It was just incredible,” the Chargers guard said. “I wish I could’ve been there, but she didn’t realize she was going to be actually skating until about four hours before the event, she found out. So to actually be able to watch it on TV was just incredible, just the history she made, the amount of not even just women but people she’s inspired by doing that, it’s incredible.”
Chargers Lend Support to Celebrate OC Classic’s 60th Anniversary - Rachel Gossen
“It’s awesome,” said Ron Amburgey, Vice President of the Board of Directors of Costa Mesa United. “We would not be doing this event if it wasn’t for the help from the Chargers. They’ve been huge.”
The curious case of Forrest Lamp - Travis Wakeman
Lamp was a highly-touted offensive lineman coming into the NFL after starting 51 games at left tackle for the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Some draft analysts had him as a first-round pick and it seemed likely he would be taken there.
Chargers Scouting Report: Washington State OT Andre Dillard - Gavino Borquez
Dillard fits what offensive line coach Pat Meyer likes at the position. Meyer loves to move his tackles and get them in space, while using a lot of jump sets. This leans more towards athletic and functionally sound players, which is what Dillard is.
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