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NFL: AFC Divisional Playoff-Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Fritz Pollard Alliance Award Ceremony Honors Chargers and Celebrates End of an Era - Ricky Henne
“What he’s done, and not just for African Americans but creating opportunities for coaches, is special,” said Chargers Head Coach Anthony Lynn. “I remember Mike Smith, who was a head coach in the league and a longtime coordinator, telling me that no one in this league has done more for him than John Wooten. So, he’s done a heck of a job mentoring young coaches, helping them land jobs they only dreamed about.”

Bolts Earn Props for "ASAP" Mentality - Hayley Elwood
“They were impressive, and one of their (philosophies) was ‘We can play anywhere,’” NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo recalled. “‘We can win on the road, we can win in London, we can win anywhere.’ That’s impressive. That’s hard to do in this league, and I thought that was really important for them to show it to themselves and show it to folks around the league. To me, when I look at the 2018 season, that’s my biggest takeaway.”

NFL Free Agency Primer - Mike Tagliere
Some are expecting him to get the biggest free agent contract, though I’d be surprised if that happens. Playing alongside Philip Rivers is something not many get to do and the only highly-productive season he had was when Keenan Allen was hurt, which meant Williams walked into 119 targets. He’s someone whose production on a per-target basis is going to take a hit in 2019, so he’d better see plenty of targets in his new home.

PFF 2019 NFL Mock Draft 4 - Steve Palazzolo
28. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS: NASIR ADDERLEY, S
Adderley’s downfield ball skills are a good fit at free safety in the Chargers’ scheme, as he allowed a passer rating of only 9.4 on passes into his coverage a year ago while posting an 88.5 coverage grade.

NFL Draft: Should Chargers pounce on Clemson’s Christian Wilkins? - Jason Gilder
Not only does he have an engaging background story, but the 6-foot-4, 300-pound interior lineman also has the ideal build for the defensive tackle position. Wilkins also packs a versatile skillset the Chargers’ defense should be craving, as he is a quality pass rusher and run stopper. Joe Marino of The Draft Network said the longtime Tiger is tenacious in his efforts to contain the run.

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