- Eric D. Williams, ESPN San Diego Chargers reporter
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Backup Charlie Whitehurst is set to hit free agency in March, and second-year pro Brad Sorensen is the only other quarterback on the Chargers’ current roster. With a lack of depth at the position, San Diego could look to draft a developmental quarterback this year to groom as an eventual replacement for Rivers.
ESPN's Kevin Seifert examines a handful of second-tier quarterbacks in this year’s draft that could develop like Russell Wilson did for Seattle. I like Virginia Tech’s Logan Thomas as a developmental prospect.
Tom Krasovic of U-T San Diego ranks safety Eric Weddle the Chargers No. 2 player from the 2013 season.
Rick Orlov of the Los Angeles Daily News reports that AEG’s plan for building an NFL stadium in Los Angeles are still in play.
NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock gives us his top five position-by-position break down. Michigan State’s Darqueze Dennard is Mayock’s top corner, followed by Justin Gilbert of Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech’s Kyle Fuller.
Marshawn Lynch demonstrates to an aspiring Brazilian player what happen if you don’t lower shoulder in this video link.
Good Morning. San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers turns 33 years old this year, and has two years left on his current deal. Backup Charlie Whitehurst is set to hit free agency in March, and second-year pro Brad Sorensen is the only other quarterback on the Chargers’ current roster.