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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Is Hunter Henry on track for a big season?

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What would have to happen? Henry would just have to do what Gates did in his heyday. Of course, the word “just” is doing yeoman’s work in that sentence, as Gates is a future Hall of Famer, and replicating that is a big ask. Not to mention the fact that the Chargers have in Keenan Allen and Mike Williams two bona fide high ceilings at receiver for the first time in a generation, and Henry might not offer Gates-level numbers.

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This leaves an opening for Hunter Henry in the exact area of the field that they leaned on him frequently in his first two years. In those two campaigns, he was second on the Chargers in red-zone targets. This was despite finishing fifth and sixth on the team in targets.

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"It brings out the best on both sides, adds a little bit of energy to some practices that might be a little sluggish, and it's all in good fun," Rivers said. "It's all about pushing and trying to make each other better.

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Williams was a top-15 corner in the NFL in 2017, working alongside Casey Hayward to create a fantastic No. 1 and No. 2 duo. Though Jason Verrett was expected to return to the lineup following an injured season, Williams should have been given the nod to start. And start he did; however, it became evident that he was not playing at the same level he did just a year prior. Eventually, Williams was placed on injured reserve to finish his season.

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After making the move to free safety due to the arrival of Derwin James who took over the strong safety position, Addae was quite underwhelming. Addae didn’t have the speed, instincts or range to man the single-high position, and tackling was still a problem for him.

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