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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Joey Bosa ‘looks awesome’ at OTAs

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Charger Girls Ready to Bolt Up in 2019 - Hayley Elwood
“The talent on this team is incredible,” mentioned Charger Girls Director Lisa Simmons. “There’s so much talent. We recognized it on Sunday, but they have rehearsed it all week. They spent a lot of time on their solo choreography and it’s evident we have one of the most talented teams we’ve ever had.”

Recapping the Week: DE Joey Bosa ‘Looks Awesome’ at the Start of OTAs - Chris Hayre
“He looks awesome,” Defensive Coordinator Gus Bradley said of Bosa. “He feels really good. So, to get him back on the field – just that brotherhood part where the guys are together again – I think that's important. You can always count on him. It's great to see him. He looks to be in great shape."

3 burning questions for Los Angeles Chargers in 2019 - Gavino Borquez (slide show)
At the moment, the starting offensive line that was on the field against the Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round, will likely be the starters against the Colts to start the year, which is somewhat concerning unless they fix these woes within the next few months.

Should the Chargers hand Melvin Gordon an extension? - Travis Wakeman
The Chargers have proven they have been able to win without Gordon, and that may be one of the more important things to consider when it comes to whether or not the team should extend him. As mentioned, he missed four games last season (vs. Tennessee in London, at Pittsburgh, vs. Cincinnati and at Kansas City). Two of those games, the ones on the road against the Steelers and Chiefs, were two of the most difficult games on the schedule.

Ranking Every NFL Team's Backfield Depth Heading into the 2019 Season - Brent Sobleski
Austin Ekeler proved to be one of the league's better backup options this past season, tallying 958 yards from scrimmage. His quickness and receiving skills make him a dynamic secondary option. But he suffered a concussion and neck injury late last year, which opened the door for Justin Jackson.

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