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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are a dynamic pass rushing duo

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Dane Brugler’s Mock Draft 3.0: A trade up for Dwayne Haskins in this two-round scenario – Andre Brugler
28. Los Angeles Chargers – Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

With inconsistent play from Sam Tevi this past season, the Chargers should examine upgrade options at offensive tackle. Dillard needs to better use his length, but he has terrific feet to mirror in pass protection and shut down the edges.

What Does the NFL Think About Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram? -
Bengals C Billy Price: “Joey Bosa is a freak. I think that’s probably the unanimous term for him. He’s rare. He’s able to turn from quickness to power very, very quickly. I think he can impact the game and impact anything whenever he wants it. He’s a guy that if he wants to flip that switch, there’s nobody stopping him…. Joey’s a freak. Again, everything as advertised.”

Mic'd Up: Best of 2018 Season - (video)
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Los Angeles Chargers: Making the case for trading up in the draft - Jason Reed
The Chargers can pick a number and a pick a team, say, the Pirrsburgh Steelers with the 20th overall pick. The Steelers might already be getting another draft pick if the team trades Antonio Brown and would likely be willing to move down in eight spots if it meant getting a third-round pick in 2019 and another third-round pick in 2020.

Exit Interview: Los Angeles Chargers - Danny Heifetz
Rivers failed in his quest for a Super Bowl and now remains the second-best quarterback to never earn a ring. Defensive end Joey Bosa missed the first 10 weeks of the season with a foot injury, and never looked like the game-wrecking force he’s capable of being. Defensive end Melvin Ingram III, who was expected to shoulder some of the pass-rushing load while Bosa was out, managed just seven sacks himself. The Chargers had an excellent year, but failed to get anything out of it beyond a wild-card win against the Ravens.

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