One week ago, the 2016 NFL Draft kicked off with drama, excitement and a few surprises along the way. For the San Diego Chargers, it was a prime opportunity to improve their team by selecting impact players and improve their depth at areas of need.
Even after the dust from draft week had settled, the buzz and intrigue coming out of San Diego has continued to be talked about. This week, I joined the San Diego Sports Junkies podcast to cover the overall scope of the Chargers’ draft picks. What kind of impacts will the first year rookies have? Who are the players to keep an eye on? And what will be the intriguing storylines and position battles as we head into training camp?
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Start Point: 14:05
Apr 28, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Joey Bosa (Ohio State) with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected by the San Diego Chargers as the number three overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft at Auditorium Theatre. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports
- Initial thoughts
- Joey Bosa intrigue
- Draft strategy
- Overlooked positions?
- Middle round steals?
- “Watt” an addition!
- Importance of team chemistry
- Passing of the special teams torch
- Front seven shuffle
- Free agent additions?
- Filling the safety void
- Center of attention
- UDFA spotlight
- AFC WEST rivals draft review
- A Slauson signing?
- Time for Te’o?
- Overall draft grade
- Closing thoughts
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