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At noon, Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco is scheduled to meet with local reporters for a media conference, his second annual before the draft …

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  • Marcel West-Bailey

    Don’t watch the video in the first link. You won’t be happy with their selections.

    • Sergio Quintero

      Its weird on their actual show they make different selection they actually put:
      25 Bradley Roby
      57 Kyle Van Noy
      89 Brandon Thomas

      I watched the same video and thought it was ridiculous, then I watched the actual “Path to the Draft” show yesterday, and the material was slightly different and the selections were adjusted to the ones I mentioned.

      • Marcel West-Bailey

        See that makes sense. I’m still not the biggest Roby fan but I’ll have no choice. I think a lot of us like Van Noy but Brandon Thomas is injured. I don’t know if you watched it or not but Telesco had a press conference and he didn’t come off all that confident on taking injured players. I’m looking to see if there is a replay of that show online where I can watch it.

        • Sergio Quintero

          Roby is an “out of character” for Telesco, every pick Telesco made had a certain productive overachiever vibe last year, I’m still thinking Fuller & Verrett are ahead of him in Telesco’s board.

          Van Noy perfectly fine with the pick, have a feeling he wont be there, Thomas they can get at least a round later, they probably will take a WR before the 3rd round is over in my view.

          • Marcel West-Bailey

            I think so too. I haven’t heard of any news of us having interesting in Fuller. They may have spoken to him but that wasn’t made known to the public. I just find it interesting that since Roby is out of character he’s the only possible 1st round corner brought in for a workout. I don’t see Van Noy being there at 57 either. I have been wondering about the WR/O line thing. I wouldn’t surprise me if Telesco takes a lineman in the 3rd and a WR in the 4th since it’s so deep. He expect Floyd to be back so it’s not THAT much of an urgent need and we still don’t know about the health of Alexander.

          • Sergio Quintero

            Do you have audio or video on Telesco commenting that Floyd will be back, that would be awesome.

          • Marcel West-Bailey

            http://www.chargers.com/news/article-1/How-Tom-Telesco-Uses-Mock-Drafts/ce88050c-fd70-405a-b048-765a47e7898b it’s in that press conference somewhere. It’s all really good information regarding the draft and team.

          • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

            i dont know if he said that he will be back.. he said that he is on the depth chart still and that he looks good… still think that is up in the air.

          • Marcel West-Bailey

            The way I see it is he wouldn’t have been that optimistic had he really thought he wouldn’t be back. He could have said “well I’m not sure if he’ll be back. he’s still looking stiff and we aren’t sure”

          • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

            i guess…. i would love him back. he would be such an upgrade to the offense.