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In depth look at Hunter Henry's opportunity for a breakout year - Steven Haglund
Tyrell Williams provided the Chargers with tremendous value and production, but his departure gives Hunter Henry the opportunity to have a stellar season.

Chargers offensive line vs Ravens: Play-by-play of every drive - Tyler Schoon
This will not be a critique of the offensive game plan, a diagnosis of the Ravens’ defensive game plan, or an analysis of what Philip Rivers and his receivers should have done. It’s just looking at the five men on the offensive line, and figuring out where things may have gone wrong for them. Not included are the final two drives, one of which being a one-play fumble by Gates and another a desperation interception down multiple scores.

Ten Revealing Anthony Lynn Quotes from the Offseason - Ricky Henne
"I have to tell you, Trevor looks outstanding. His confidence is back. He's playing like it in practice. His change-of-direction is night-and-day [different]. It's going to be a nice little competition over there between him and [CB] Michael Davis."

Los Angeles Chargers: 6 most underrated players in team history - Travis Wakeman (slide show)
This list includes several running backs, but it also includes players from each unit on the team. These players were chosen for their contributions over the years and each player on this list was considered for the top 30 players in franchise history that I put out earlier this year.

Mike Tagliere’s 2019 Running Back Rankings With Notes - Mike Tagliere
He's not going to win the rushing title or anything and it's very unlikely that he finishes as a top-three fantasy running back, but he's about as safe as they come considering he's been a top-eight running back in each of the last three seasons. There were just four running backs who delivered RB2 or better performances in at least 90 percent of their games: Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Ezekiel Elliott, and Gordon.

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