SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers don’t open training camp for another three months, but the work is already underway to select this year’s Charger Girls.
The Chargers went to great lengths to improve their offensive line.
When General Manager A.J. Smith looks at free agency, he sees four different veterans he likes. When he glances at the calendar, he knows the NFL Draft is coming — and a pool of prospects with it.
Utah State linebacker Bobby Wagner has visits with the St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers, according to a league source.
Even though the Chargers drafted a defensive end in the first round a year ago, I have a feeling they would take Brockers if he fell to their pick. Playing Brockers at one end position across from last year’s first rounder, Corey Liuget, would provide the Chargers with two young, talented ends to anchor their 3-4 defense for the foreseeable future.