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Tre Boston Still Awaiting Deal - Micah Powell
“Doesn’t mean much but Stats are beyond there! OBVIOUSLY!! The Players see it, the Fans see it, and are starting to question what’s going on. I like it, keep asking question. You’ll see what’s really up. 2 Prove It Deals…. What’s left to prove? Lol Bout to jump on Offense. Lol”

Dates Announced for Charger Girls Workshops - Ricky Henne
“These workshops are always an exciting time as it marks the beginning of a new year for the Charger Girls,” said director Lisa Simmons. “They’re a great way for those interested in joining the team to learn what we’re all about.”

Los Angeles Chargers Scouting Report: Virginia FS Juan Thornhill - Gavino Borquez
The bottom line is that Thornhill is a ball-hawking defender that is best suited as a deep safety where he can utilize his length, range and ball tracking abilities. A very capable safety, the former Virginia product possesses key traits that will allow him opportunities to be productive at the next level.

Los Angeles Chargers: The Tom Telesco Draft Awards - Tyler Schoon
Ahh, the third round. Telesco teased us with a home run in Keenan Allen in his first year, then proceeded to draft three straight busts. Tuerk is the only one to never play a single regular season snap with the team, failing to do anything in the attempt to recover from his ACL injury. Never seeing the field does put him on this list by default, but he was more of a gamble pick that could have paid off big, as he would have been one of the best centers in the draft if not for his injury.

Chargers prospect profile: ASU interior defensive lineman Renell Wren - Tyler Schoon
Wren can be incredibly disruptive, using a quick first step when allowed to run forward. Against Michigan State, there were multiple instances of No. 95 absolutely blowing up a run play, usually driving the opposing lineman straight into the ball carrier. If you want to see what I mean, click here. Otherwise, here’s a sample of a similar play made at the Senior Bowl practices:

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