The Morning Charge – 3/18/11

yway, the Chargers have one of the most talented rosters in the NFL. It’s a shame that Vincent Jackson held out and their special teams was one of the worst in history. If those two problems were fixed, they could have been a serious contender. Nevertheless, do not fear Charger fans. With 2 picks in the 2nd round and 2 picks in the 3rd round, this draft is a perfect opportunity to retool and get back to winning the AFC Wes

Antonio Garay, San Diego Chargers, PRP Rating – 9.30

More Jay Ratliff than Casey Hampton as a nose tackle, the only thing that held Antonio Garay back from creating more havoc was his playing time. You hope the Chargers learn their lesson when they bring in their nickel. That means less Luis Castillo (19 total pressures on 356 snaps) and less Jacques Cesaire (19 total pressures on 352 snaps), and more than 250 snaps rushing the passer for Antonio Garay. His haircuts? I’m undecided on. His pass rushing? Color me impressed.

Offensive lineman Daniel Kilgore, defensive back Mark LeGree, linebacker D.J. Smith, defensive end Jabari Fletcher, running backs Devon Moore and Devin Radford, wide receivers CoCo Hillary and B.J. Frazier and place kicker Jason Vitaris worked out for evaluators from the Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, New Orleans Saints, San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans for a little over two hours on Thursday.