Previously, you saw what I feel is the Chargers’ projected starting offensive line going into next season. The Chargers should re-sign Schofield and Wiggins to serve as depth along the unit and be able to come in and play in the event of injuries or certain situations.
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In free agency, Richburg would be a solid addition if the Chargers could get him for the right price. Finally, drafting a tackle such as Wynn, Harrison or Miller in the second round would give the Chargers a chance to have one of the top lines in the NFL. The team could then dump Barksdale and have Okung and the new rookie as their bookend tackles flanked by Feeney and Lamp at the guard spots. Putting Richburg in the middle of that foursome would give the unit a combination of strength and athleticism that a Chargers lie hasn’t had in quite some time.
Philip Rivers, at 36 years old, would likely be smiling on a fairly regular basis.