Photo via Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports The article can also be found on the Chargers Wire! The Los Angeles Chargers have had an impressive 2017 offseason in which they brought […]
Photo via Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports
The Los Angeles Chargers have had an impressive 2017 offseason in which they brought it in a lot of talent without losing much.
The Chargers had one of the best drafts in the entire NFL as they brought in Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams and guard Forrest Lamp. Both are expected to immediately make an impact, be the future of Los Angeles and fill a position of need within the team.
Sounds like the perfect draft selections.
In addition, the Chargers’ did not lose any talent, except former Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers, from last season, per Pro Football Focus.
The Chargers have had a busy offseason pic.twitter.com/TRoTSCSCUK
— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) June 28, 2017
Los Angeles had arguably the best draft in the league and have some talented players returning to full health including Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen, safety Jahleel Addae and cornerback Jason Verrett.
All in all, Los Angeles should be amongst one of the most improved teams in 2017 and it should not surprise anyone if Chargers general manager Tom Telesco wins executive of the year in 2018 after the NFL’s best offseason.
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