Morning links: Offseason workouts begin

April, 21, 2014
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Good morning. Most teams can begin offseason workout programs at the team’s facilities this week. Teams with new coaches were allowed to begin offseason workouts a few weeks ago. The San Diego Chargers begin their offseason workout program on Tuesday.

ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates outlines what teams can do during these offseason workouts. Phase I of the offseason program lasts for two weeks.

During Phase I, teams are allowed to do strength and conditioning programs, and can spend a maximum of 90 minutes on the field. Players with injuries also are allowed to continue rehabilitation at the team’s facility.

ESPN’s John Clayton writes that this year’s depressed running back market could affect runners like Ryan Mathews, who will hit the market in 2015.

Ricky Henne of Chargers.com profiles Indiana receiver Cody Latimer.

Tom Krasovic of U-T San Diego profiles Utah cornerback Keith McGill.

Kyle Posey of Bolts of the Blue is not a fan of Stanford guard David Yankey.

Peter King of The MMQB writes that UCLA outside linebacker Anthony Barr is one of the cold players in the draft right now. Maybe there’s a chance he falls to San Diego at No. 25.

Nate Davis of USA Today writes that Notre Dame’s Louis Nix is the best pure nose tackle prospect in this year’s draft.

Eric D. Williams

ESPN San Diego Chargers reporter

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