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The pair played for two years together at the University of Miami. With a playing relationship built on brotherhood, Perryman said he could always rely on the safety to shore up the defense. That’s something Perryman believes will translate to the Chargers.
The L.A. Marathon has been a staple in the City of Angels since 1986. On Sunday, the Chargers assembled a 13-person relay team for the race which included General Manager Tom Telesco, linebacker Denzel Perryman, Chargers Sr. Director of Player Engagement Arthur Hightower, Charger Girls, Chargers super fans and yours truly.
No matter if you deem the fourth quarter interception or his 4th-and-1 run stuff as the biggest moment of the week in the 33-30 overtime win against the Falcons, one thing for certain is that Denzel Perryman is a playmaker.
As an NFL rookie, acclimating to a new city, playbook and team can be daunting. Nevertheless, some of the strongest friendships are forged between newcomers and veterans who act as their mentors.
Entering his second NFL season, inside linebacker Denzel Perryman knows what being a rookie is like, which is why he is doing all he can to help those walking in the same footsteps he did last season.
“Big time players make big time plays in big time games and I can’t say enough about him.”
That praise from Joey Bosa is all one needs to know about Denzel Perryman’s performance in the team’s 33-30 overtime victory against the Atlanta Falcons.
Although suffering from a lingering shoulder injury, Perryman played through the pain and gave Sunday’s game his all.
With four days of camp and two days in pads under his belt, training camp is becoming a smoother ride for inside linebacker Denzel Perryman.
Having shown some flashes in shorts, Sunday’s second padded practice proved beneficial for the rookie.
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For the third straight year, the Chargers took a linebacker in the second round of the NFL Draft. Joining the Bolts in 2015 is Denzel Perryman out of Miami.
“He’s an explosive, extremely instinctive inside linebacker,” said General Manager Tom Telesco. “He plays with a lot of energy. As far as we’re concerned, and obviously it’s just one team’s opinion, as far as inside linebackers go, he has the best instincts in the draft, the best tackling, and he is the most explosive. When he hits people, they go backwards. He’s got some coverage skills too which is going to help him in this league. We’re really excited about getting him in here.”
The 6-foot, 242-pound 2014 All-ACC First Team linebacker started all 13 games last season for the Hurricanes notching 110 total tackles and two sacks. In his four-year career at Miami, he recorded 351 total tackles, 27 tackles for loss, four and a half sacks and two interceptions.
“I’ve worked tremendously hard to try to get this opportunity,” Mager said. “Coming to Texas St. was pretty crazy because when I first got there, the head coach told me, ‘If you thought you were going to the NFL, you wouldn’t have come to Texas St.’ I thought he was pretty wrong about that and I wanted to prove him wrong when he said that.”
Mager brings his defensive back skills and also experience on special teams to the Los Angeles Chargers jersey china, but said he’s happy to contribute in any way he can.
“I’m really just here to do my best and give my team the best shot to win. I’ll do whatever they want me to do.”
The Chargers focused on defense on day two of the 2015 NFL Draft, and in the third round selected cornerback Craig Mager out of Texas St. Mager, a four-year starter for the Bobcats, never missed a game in his collegiate career and General Manager Tom Telesco said that along with other metrics were determining factors in drafting him.