San Diego Chargers have been staying in contact with La’el Collins reps.
The San Diego Chargers are still interested in adding La’el Collins onto the roster. They brought him in for a pre-draft workout and still are interested in his skills. The team is not allowed to talk to Collins until school is out on May 9. That is when the flood of teams will make their pitch to the lineman.
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Tom Telesco talked about the teams interest on Sirius radio last night:
“We were working on this before the draft, we worked on it through the draft and we’ll continue to work through it right now even today,” Telesco said. “Compiling information, talking to a lot of different people, seeing where it goes and staying in contact with his representatives. We’ll just see how it plays out.”
The team is staying in touch with the reps and keeping the possibility alive. The thought of adding a first round talent onto the roster as an undrafted free agent is exciting. We all know the excitement that it would bring, but now we have to wait to see what his decision is.
Where will he want to play? I am sure that his reps are discussing the best opportunities for the young lineman. The Dolphins and the Bills are making the most noise about picking him up, but the Chargers are still in the game and flying under the radar. They did the same when Brandon Flowers was a free agent last season.
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