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Nasir Adderley is a perfect free safety for the Chargers - Tyler Schoon
The former Delaware safety brings everything the Chargers have been missing at the free safety position; specifically, toughness, ball-tracking, and versatility. Here’s how he shines in each of those areas…

Melvin Ingram pegs Los Angeles Chargers as having ‘Best D-Line’ in NFL - Gavino Borquez
They specifically asked Ingram if him, Tillery and Joey Bosa were the best pass-rushing tandem in the league. Ingram went onto state that with the addition of Tillery, they were now the best defensive line in the NFL.

NFL Notebook: How AFC West Rivals Fared in the Draft - Chris Hayre
Hardman will likely contribute immediately as a developmental, Tyreek Hill-type player. The Chiefs’ next two picks, in Juan Thornhill and Khalen Saunders, were solid second- and third-round picks, giving new defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo versatility and depth in his defense. As a true free safety, Thornhill may end up being the best pick in the Chiefs’ class.

New Chargers Linebacker is Truly a “Gift from God” - Ricky Henne
"He's a bigger linebacker, but fast and hits,” Telesco said. “He's a run-and-hit linebacker. He's a physical player. Again, he has a lot of special teams qualities that we need. We wanted to add to that group, add a little bit of speed, add a little bit of size. Egbule certainly brings the size — he's about 6-2, 245. He plays the game with an aggressive tempo...He's an OTTO (linebacker), but really, he would play OTTO, MIKE or WILL. Any of those three.”

Notre Dame DC: LB Drue Tranquill ‘Just Wired Differently’ - Chris Hayre
“Drue Tranquill is just wired differently. He's just different than any player I've ever coached. He is a machine when it comes to his work ethic, a machine when it comes to how he approaches his craft both in terms of how he treats his body and his work output. ... I fully expect Drue to thrive. He's gonna contribute, he's gonna to add to the fabric of the team and he has the skillset to play. He's got the skillset to be an NFL starter and he won't stop, he won't relent, until he's accomplished that.”

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