Ryan Mathews attends OTAs

May, 29, 2014
May 29
1:30
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Reporters are only allowed to attend one organized team activity per week for the San Diego Chargers. So on Tuesday we reported that running back Ryan Mathews was as no-show for the team's first OTA.

However, Ricky Henne of Chargers.com, the team’s website, writes that Mathews was in attendance on Wednesday, and looks to build on his career-best 2013 season.

“This whole process has been fun and it’s important,” Mathews said. “It’s great to be back to football and be around these guys. We brought a bunch of new guys in and they fit right in. We have a good group and all have roles. We’re going to be a tight knit group and will feed off each other to do whatever it takes to win.”

Nathaniel Peters-Kroll of Pro Football Focus says tight end Ladarius Green is San Diego’s secret superstar.

Elliot Harrison of NFL.com writes that Lance Alworth -- not Junior Seau or LaDainian Tomlinson -- is the best player in Chargers history.

Nick Canepa of U-T San Diego writes that the Chargers’ offense is in good hands under new offensive coordinator Frank Reich.

Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith of The Mighty 1090 AM radio talk with new San Diego running back Donald Brown in this audio link.

Eric D. Williams

ESPN San Diego Chargers reporter

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