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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Mike Williams have an even bigger breakout in 2019?

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Breakout fantasy wide receivers for 2019 - Jeff Ratcliffe
Though he’s been somewhat slow to develop in the pro level, Williams started to show signs of fantasy life last season with two top-10 weekly fantasy finishes and an impressive 10 touchdowns. A big part of his success in the touchdown department came from Philip Rivers’ willingness to look his way in the red zone. Nine of Williams’ 10 scores came on end-zone targets, and his 11 end-zone targets was three more than Keenan Allen. That may not seem like a big difference, but keep in mind that Allen had more than twice as many targets overall.

1 Big Regret Each NFL Team Should Have This Offseason - Kristopher Knox
"Jahleel has been the consummate professional," head coach Anthony Lynn said when Addae was released, per Jeremy Bergman of "He's a leader in the locker room ... a high character individual, hard worker and a great mentor to a lot of the younger guys, especially the guys in the defensive backfield."

The Chargers offensive line must improve if they wish to be Super Bowl champions - Andrew De Fazio
Names such as Dan Feeney, Sam Tevi and Forrest Lamp will be counted on to progress from last season, while Mike Pouncey will continue to produce as he did in 2018. Offensive tackle Russell Okung is dealing with an unspecified injury so it will be interesting to see if he will be available for training camp. If not that could be a major scare for all Chargers fans.

Every NFL Team's Biggest X-Factor for 2019 - Kristopher Knox
The Los Angeles Chargers managed to have a dynamic passing attack in 2018 even without emerging tight end Hunter Henry, who suffered a torn ACL in the offseason. However, Henry is a dangerous player whose presence would have made L.A. even more dangerous offensively.

Los Angeles Chargers undrafted rookie spotlight: Chris Brown - Travis Wakeman
Still, starting as many games as he did at one of the nation’s top football schools can’t just be easily dismissed so expect Brown to be given every opportunity to make the practice squad. Unless he struggles mightily and the team feels he’s just not ready for this level of competition, there’s a solid chance he’ll end up on the team’s practice squad.

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