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Chargers GM sees potential for AAF as developmental league for NFL - Eric D. Williams
Telesco already culled two players from AAF rosters at the end of the 2018 season during his team's postseason run, securing kicker Nick Rose as a kickoff specialist and also signing linebacker Tyrone Holmes to his team's practice squad.

Los Angeles Chargers first-round draft options - John Wozniak
Dexter Lawrence – DT, Clemson, Height: 6’4 Weight: 340 pounds- Lawrence is regarded as a true nose tackle, he was named as the 2016 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. Lawrence’s 5-star recruitment indicates that he has the potential to become an NFL starter. Joe Marino, writing for suggests that Lawrence’s best trait is run defense.

How much should the Chargers invest in a new punter? - Tyler Gallagher
Last year, Dustin Colquitt and Kevin Huber got paydays from the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals, respectively. Each is now paid near $2.5 million in base salary each year. Compared to Donnie Jones’s contract, that is about $1.5 million more.

5 Los Angeles Chargers who won’t be with the team in 2019 - Travis Wakeman
For Telesco, decided which players to re-sign and which players to move on from could be the key to advancing further than the divisional round next season. We already know that the team has decided not to pick up the option on the contract of Corey Liuget while bringing back Jaylen Watkins on a new one-year deal.

Projecting landing spots for the NFL's top free agents in 2019 - Michael Renner

Guard has been a nightmare for the Chargers the past couple years. Left guard Dan Feeney allowed the most pressures of any guard in the NFL this past season.

Melvin Gordon on Rams in the Super Bowl: 'I need those boys to lose' - Eric Williams
"Patriots all day," Gordon told SiriusXM NFL Radio. "Yeah, I don't want the Rams to win. I live in L.A., so y'all know -- I've got to hear that all day. Do you know how many Rams signs I see? I need them to lose -- I don't care where y'all put me on TV saying this -- I need them to lose."

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