Philip Rivers: I Have 'Every Intention' of Being Chargers QB in 2020 - Mike Chiari
Rivers said he is "at peace" with his current contract situation. He added: "If the extension is what works best for both of us and that's how it plays out, then great. If not, shoot, let's go have a heck of a 2019 and then we'll worry about 2020 when we need to worry about it."
PFF's top 10 Defensive Rookie of the Year candidates for 2019 - Michael Renner
Adderley’s ball skills were a thing of beauty at Delaware. He may not be the most sound free safety just yet, but he can pluck it out of the air with the best of them. Adderley racked up 11 interceptions over the last three years for the Blue Hens.
The best team fits for PFF's highest-graded remaining free agents - Mike Johnson
Right tackle Ryan Schraeder never quite looked like himself during the 2018 season with the Falcons. After allowing eight pressures in Week 1, he bumbled through his lowest-graded season as a starter at 63.7 before eventually being benched late in the year.
Year-to-year repeatability among the top fantasy running backs - Daniel Kelley
That’s not scientific, so this next point is mostly for fun. But if you assume that no back with a top-two season on his resume is likely to finish in those slots in 2019, then our reasonable candidates for RBs 1 and 2 are limited to Alvin Kamara, James Conner, Melvin Gordon, and Joe Mixon. Again, not scientific, just an observation.
Top 10 NFL Comeback Player of the Year candidates in 2019 - Mark Chichester
Before the 2018 season, the Chargers’ young tight end was considered to be one of the league’s most dangerous players at the position after he earned an 87.2 overall grade in 2017 that ranked second among his peers. As a significant part of the Los Angeles passing attack since his arrival in the NFL in 2016, Henry has averaged 2.00 yards per route run that ranks fourth among all qualifying tight ends since 2016, and together with Philip Rivers, the pair have generated the best passer rating of any qualifying quarterback to receiver tandem over the last 13 seasons.
Chargers' Adderley, a rookie with a big legacy, can lay out like Willie Mays - Eric D. Williams
"It's a pump fake," Milus says, "the guy does a double move and he starts down the middle of the field. The ball goes down the middle of the field and he makes a lay-out-flat, over-the-shoulder catch -- the kind that Willie Mays used to make.
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