Starting out your morning… you shave, shower, and open up the morning dump
On tape, Corey Liuget was a fun guy to watch. He is a top competitor and a playmaker. He lacks ideal height but he has explosive quickness and great play strength. Many scouts felt Marcus Gilchrist was more of a safety than a corner. He has corner size and the physicality of a strong safety. He should be able to play over the slot. He is the type of energetic player you want on your team. When watching tape Jonas Mouton did not look like a second-round pick to me. He will have to be an inside linebacker in the Chargers 3-4 scheme. He lacks speed and is not real physical. Receiver Vincent Brown might not test as well as some of the receivers in the draft but he is a very productive player. He ran 4.57 at his pro day which is just average speed but he has very good body control, knows how to get open and has excellent hands.
In between moments managing facts4lance.com on Lance Armstrong’s behalf and dissing CBS for sensationalism, broken promises, false assurances and “selective reliance on witnesses upon whom no reputable journalist would rely,” Chargers spokesman Mark Fabiani found a half hour to drop in on Darren Smith’s XX1090 radio show to discuss the team’s stadium search Monday.
True, the San Diego Chargers missed the NFL playoffs for the first time in the last five years, but was the season really that bad? A 9-7 record isn’t the worst thing in the world and there were a lot of positives with the team last season. With a bit of fine tuning and some luck they could easily turn things around in 2011.
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