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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Bolts find a star in this year’s draft?

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Chargers Look to Draft Pro Bowler or All-Pro for Eighth Straight Year - Chris Hayre
“Tom Telesco and that scouting staff have done an outstanding job of not only evaluating the talent, but manipulating the draft and finding the right spots for guys,” Edholm said. “… They’re in the discussion among the top-three or four front offices in terms of how to best work the draft over the last, like you said, six years.”

Los Angeles Chargers' Premium Experiences Provides an Unforgettable Night During Conversation with Coach - Hayley Elwood
“These guys are long supporters and have been with us the whole time,” Lynn said. “I like to get out and see their faces. I hear them cheering for us, but it’s nice to get out and meet them. They pay a premium price, so to meet those who support us at the highest level means a lot.”

Chargers “Plenty Motivated” as 2019 Offseason Program Gets Underway - Ricky Henne
“We had high hopes last year, and they got cut a little short by the Patriots, so I’ve been thinking about this day probably every day since to be honest with you” Lynn said. “There have been years when I feel like I need a couple more weeks in the offseason before the players got back, but this year, it seems like it’s taking forever. I can’t wait to get them back. I can’t wait to get going (and) start building something special.”

Did USC’s Former Captain Do Enough to Impress the Bolts? - Ricky Henne
To that end, it’s been a whirl-wind few months for USC’s two-time captain. It began at the Senior Bowl, where Smith logged three tackles to help the North team to victory. It was then onto the Combine, where he ranked fourth among all linebackers in the vertical jump (39.0), tied for the fifth-best broad jump for LBs (10’3”) and tied for eighth at position for the 20-yard shuttle (4.23).

2019 NFL draft: 15 options for Chargers in Rounds 4-7 - Gavino Borquez
Roemer is a coordinated big man and carries his weight well as a pass protector, using his length, hip torque and awareness to keep rushers occupied. He shows to excel when reaching the second level, as well.

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