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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Is Duke QB Daniel Jones an option in the draft?

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Duke QB Daniel Jones Met With Four Teams - Ben Levine
The Chargers may simply be doing their due diligence on the Duke quarterback, or maybe they’re hoping that the rookie will slide down to the 28th pick. Philip Rivers is 37-years-old, but he did have one of the best seasons of his career in 2018. The Chargers also finished with 12 wins before bowing to the Patriots in Divisional Round; if they want to build off last season’s success, it might make more sense to use their first-rounder on a player who could contribute right away.

Picking the Los Angeles Chargers dream draft target in Round 1 - Gavino Borquez
Murphy was named first-team All-American by Pro Football Focus, and was also first-team All-Pac-12 and an AP second-team All-American. In 20 games for the Huskies, Murphy had six interceptions and 20 passes defensed. He returned one of his picks for a touchdown.

Los Angeles Chargers owners: Just accountants, or accountable? - Dennis J. Hassell
Fandom is rife with delusions: one myth is that we fans are part of the game, we belong to the team, the team belongs to us, and somehow our support affects outcomes. Another common belief is that there are invisible bonds between owners and fans and players. Fans believe that it’s a pure game. But the game should be called Monopoly.

Los Angeles Chargers: Happy trails, Kyle Emanuel - Travis Wakeman
Emanuel’s career stats don’t jump off the page. He had 147 combined tackles, four sacks, two interceptions, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries in 63 games. But it was the determination he played with, which began in the small town of Schuyler, that shaped him into the player he was.

Chargers prospect profile: Washington OT Kaleb McGary - Tyler Schoon
There’s a bit of a nasty to his game, something any coach loves to find in offensive lineman. He’s a finisher, and loves to punish defenders when given the opportunity. He’s plug-and-play as a run blocker and would do wonders for Melvin Gordon, Austin Ekeler, and Justin Jackson.

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