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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Dan Feeney recover from his terrible 2018 season?

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Dan Feeney and Forrest Lamp are prime candidates to bounce back - Faustino Felix
While their first season can be considered a success (at least in Feeney’s case), 2018 is most certainly a disappointment. Feeney regressed in a big way and while he started all 16 games, he was graded as one of the worst starters in the league. His deteriorated play, along with other factors, cost the Chargers some big games, including the divisional round loss against the New England Patriots.

Los Angeles Chargers undrafted rookie spotlight: Josh Corcoran - Travis Wakeman
Corcoran is a solid player who was a Second-Team All-Conference selection in the MAC during his senior season. But in L.A., there is just too much in front of him in order to find a spot on the 53-man roster.

RB Gordon wants deal: If it happens, it happens - Eric D. Williams
"I'd be lying if I said I didn't want a deal done," Gordon said while talking to reporters at the start of mandatory minicamp Tuesday. "But that's not going to stop me from coming out here and doing what I need to do. We're going to see. I would like to go out there and have it done. We're talking right now, and that's kind of where I'm going to leave it."

Russell Okung Injury Severity Not Yet Known - Micah Powell
Okung posted a grade of 78.4 on Pro Football Focus, making him the No. 11-ranked tackle in the NFL. In his time with the Chargers, Okung has missed just two games, one of which came due to a groin injury in 2018. In his first season with the Chargers, the team allowed the fewest sacks in the league (18) and ranked just outside the top 10 in sacks allowed the following season.

What If We're Right? Part 3: Safe Holds at WR - Patrick Kerrane
As 2018’s WR12, Keenan Allen’s 2019 finish as WR11 should be right in line with his owner’s expectations.

This is despite the fact that he is going as dynasty WR9.

However, Allen’s fantasy value has been built more on his consistency rather than upside, so this finish is unlikely to be seen as a disappointing outcome.

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