November 25, 2012; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Da
Slow day in sports yesterday. Hope everyone enjoyed their President’s Day weekend, but it is time to get back on the grind.
Yesterday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers youngster Da’Quan Bowers was arrested for bringing a loaded gun to La Guardia Airport in New York. How stupid do you have to be bring your heat over to the airport in NEW YORK! That is straight stupid. Plaxico Burress says that is stupid. Just ridiculous.
Mayock believes the Chargers are in a good position with several options at their disposal. He thinks the Chargers could go with an offensive lineman, either a guard or tackle, in which case the most likely selections in his mind would be Alabama offensive guard Chance Warmack, North Carolina offensive guard Jonathan Cooper, Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher or Oklahoma’s offensive tackle Lane Johnson, whose draft stock rose during the Senior Bowl. Mayock also believes the Chargers wouldn’t go wrong with a 3-4 linebacker/defensive end hybrid like Oregon’s Dion Jordan.
From there, it’s time for the next two offseason to-do lists. The Chargers have a new look with coach Mike McCoy and General Manager Tom Telesco taking over for Norv Turner and A.J. Smith and we’ll discuss what they need to do to make the newcomers winners. The Dolphins are a year removed from their own coaching change and they’re sitting on a lot of cash and draft picks as they look to take the necessary steps to make the playoffs.
When unable to overchieve, the Chargers’ 2012 offensive line was, in sum, a mess.
Enter Joe D’Alessandris, a trench veteran who begins his 35th year of line coaching. He arrives after three years directing the Bills’ line for Chan Gailey’s spread offense
Topics: San Diego Chargers