Joining the Bolts in 2015 is Denzel Perryman out of Miami

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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.

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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.

Defensive back Desmond King out of Iowa in the fifth

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After a double dose of offensive linemen on day two of the NFL Draft, the Bolts got a jolt of new talent in the secondary on Saturday.

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With the 113th overall pick, the Bolts selected Miami safety Rayshawn Jenkins.

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Immediately after Rayshawn Jenkins got the call he was going to be a Los Angeles Charger, his phone buzzed from a very special person.

“It was great for us to get them,” Verrett said. “When we drafted Rayshawn Jenkins from Miami, I texted Denzel (Perryman) quick and asked what he thought about him. Denzel said he was a dog, so it was nice to get that addition there and add more depth. With Desmond King from Iowa, I actually knew of him because he won the Jim Thorpe Award in 2015. I thought that was a great pick as a guy who can come in and help us out in that nickel position.”

Shortly after the Chargers took him in the fourth round, safety Rayshawn Jenkins called Chargers.com to give hMax Tuerkis first interview as a member of the Bolts.

“I knew that if anything got by me, Rayshawn would be back there to clean it up. If it was a deep ball, you better get ready for the show. The Chargers are getting another hitter and another ball-hawk. He’s another Miami guy, I’ll put it that way. Just watch out.”
Since Perryman has been in the league, he said the pair has kept in touch. Mainly, the communication picked up as of late when Perryman knew Jenkins declared for the draft. At the time, number 52 shared some sage advice with the incoming rookie.

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In San Diego, six women a day are told they have breast cancer and for some Chargers, they’ve experienced the disease first-hand.
Safety Jahleel Addae, free safety Eric Weddle and wide receiver Jacoby Jones’ lives have all been personally impacted by breast cancer. Although their loved ones are all in remission, they said seeing those closest to them go through such an excruciating period in their lives was hard.

“You get to enjoy Christmas with your family which will be awesome, but right now the focus is just to play this game at a high level and make sure we get a victory because that will make the holiday even better,” Floyd said.
“It’s better when you win so hopefully we can be on the right side of it,” Eric Weddle added. “It’ll be nice to be home for Christmas because we haven’t had that many times. It’s nice to get the weekend off and get to spend time with our kids, have some fun there and get away from football.”

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We talked with Chargers free safety Eric Weddle to find out what he listens to before each game. Music is a big part of Weddle’s pregame ritual and he finds his music is what really gets him focused and in the zone.

Half of the Final Four is now set as Branden Oliver’s 50-yard catch and run easily defeated Eric Weddle’s huge hit to set up a battle against Antonio Gates’ one-handed hat-trick against the Seattle Seahawks.

Now, a pair of pivotal defensive plays face off for the right to reach the semifinals. So which will it be; the second-seeded Jason Verrett game winning interception in Oakland or the seventh-seeded Andrew Gachkar scoop and score vs. the Rams?

One year later, Max Tuerk looks to follow in their footsteps. His goal following what amounted to a red-shirt rookie year is to lock down a starting center or guard position when the Bolts kick off the season on Monday Night Football in Denver.

Chargers joined Dan Feeney in the third round of the NFL draft in 2017

The Los Angeles Chargers couldn’t believe Forrest Lamp was still on the board last night when the first round came to an end.

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After sweating out five picks before they were on the clock, the Bolts couldn’t get on the phone fast enough to select the Western Kentucky offensive lineman with the 38th overall pick. Stay tuned for more about Lamp throughout the night, including an exclusive first interview with the newest Charger, initial reaction from General Manager Tom Telesco and Head Coach Anthony Lynn, film breakdown and more.

It’s easy to see why Forrest Lamp is one of the hottest names in scouting circles leading up to the NFL Draft. The offensive lineman possesses the traits teams covet at the position, namely toughness, athleticism and power. Lamp also plays with a nasty mean streak for an added edge, and gives the opposition fits once he gets his hands locked in. As a result, many top pundits compare him to Dallas Cowboys’ Pro Bowler Zach Martin.

A four-year starter and two-time team captain with the Hilltoppers, some may question the caliber of his opponents during his college career. To that, draft experts say simply put on his tape from last year against Alabama, where he more than held his own against some of the nation’s top edge rushers. While Lamp played tackle in college, where he was a two-time first-team Conference USA pick and third-team All-American, most expect him to kick inside at the next level.

Those are traits that aren’t always easy to come across. However, the Chargers just added a pair who boast those qualities in droves.

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The Bolts nabbed a pair of physical offensive linemen on the second day of the draft, selecting Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamp in the second round and Indiana’s Dan Feeney in the third. Slauson, for one, couldn’t be happier with the decisions.
“I think they were both great picks. From everything I hear, both guys are smart and tough. I’m really excited about the opportunity of having them mix it up in there with us.”

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Rewind to 14 years ago and a Hoosier with gritty, similar qualities made the Chargers as an undrafted rookie free agent: Kris Dielman.
Like all Chargers fan, Feeney knows who Dielman is and is ecstatic about following in his highly decorated footsteps.

Shortly after being selected 71st overall in the third round, we spoke with Indiana guard Dan Feeney to get the lowdown on joining the Bolts.

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Those are traits that aren’t always easy to come across. However, the Chargers just added a pair who boast those qualities in droves.
The Bolts nabbed a pair of physical offensive linemen on the second day of the draft, selecting Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamp in the second round and Indiana’s Dan Feeney in the third. Slauson, for one, couldn’t be happier with the decisions.
“I think they were both great picks. From everything I hear, both guys are smart and tough. I’m really excited about the opportunity of having them mix it up in there with us.”
He also knows he’ll have to play a significant role in getting the pair of rookies up to speed. However, he’s eager to get started right away, seeing the value they can bring from day one as he looks to change the culture up front.

A road grader in the run game, Feeney helped future NFL stars Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard achieve success while at Indiana. His quickness off the blocks also helps him succeed in pass protection.

A two-time team captain and four-year starter for the Hoosiers, Feeney won accolades each year in Bloomington. After being named a third-team All-American and first-team All-Big Ten pick purely as a guard his junior year, he saw time at right tackle in 2016. His play earned him first-team All-American honors and second straight selection to the All-Big Ten team.

There may not be a more clutch receiver in this year’s draft than Mike Williams

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A week after the Chargers took Mike Williams seventh-overall in the 2017 NFL Draft, the wide receiver was back at his old stomping grounds. Check out Williams putting in work, especially those one-handed catches.

On Tuesday, Head Coach Anthony Lynn hopped on The Jim Rome Show. Lynn discussed his first NFL Draft, his vision for Mike Williams and the future of Philip Rivers.

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It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours for Mike Williams. Since the Chargers selected him seventhoverall Thursday night, the wide receiver caught a plane early Friday morning to head to his new home in Los Angeles. After working up an appetite, the wide receiver made a pit stop at Father’s Office in Culver City on Friday. With one burger on the menu, Father’s Office makes sure it’s a showstopper.

Nevertheless, Williams is truly living in the moment. He admitted the surreal feeling of being drafted in the NFL still hasn’t left since Commissioner Roger Goodell read his name in Philadelphia.

“It’s still kind of a dream come true,” Williams said. “It’s everything I’ve dreamed of; with my mom last night and the rest of my family, it felt like a dream come true. Just for everybody to come there who helped me get to this moment, my family (and) my friends. Just to celebrate with those guys was fun.”

Williams said he was able to get in quality time with his family and friends before coming to the west coast. While he was the second receiver taken in this year’s draft, his pre-draft prognostication was pretty spot on.

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The Dielman seminar resonated with Feeney. So much so that he can recall the lessons of the meeting like it happened yesterday. Being that Feeney is about to embark on his new career in the NFL, Dielman’s sage advice couldn’t mean more.
“He just said that the NFL is different from college. It’s a business, but it’s fair. You have to do your job and be a badass at your job. After the NFL, you have to get a financial manager to manage your money and just be smart with it. You can’t blow it away on stupid stuff. You just have to be a pro.”

If anyone knows what it means to be a pro, it’s Dielman. Through his nine-year career with the Bolts, he was a four-time Pro Bowler and earned second-team All-Pro honors in the 2008 and 2009 seasons. Feeney acknowledged knowing what the former Charger and Hoosier accomplished is beyond incredible, but ultimately, it fuels his fire to pave his own path.
“It motivated me a whole lot. Just to see a guy who put in the work and has had the heartache. He got hurt, came back and did everything he could do. It’s just so motivating for me to see him and hear about his career. Going to the Chargers just like Dielman is a huge honor for Indiana, and especially for myself.”

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When he’s not rushing the passer on Sundays or perfecting his skills at practice, Melvin Ingram can be found working on another one of his favorite crafts: music.
The outside linebacker is a part of YPC, or Young Paper Chasers Records, and is releasing his first full-length mixtape, “From Nothing to Something” on Friday. The 10-track album features Ingram rapping to lyrics he wrote.

The Bolts made a bevy of transactions Saturday, adding Melvin Ingram and Adrian Phillips to the active roster, placing Jason Verrett on Reserve-Injured with a shoulder injury and releasing Cordarro Law.
Ingram had been on the “Reserve- Injured, Designated to Return” since Sept. 20 with a hip injury. He had two standout games to start the season prior to going down. The outside linebacker tied for a team high with three quarterback pressures in Week 1 at Arizona, and followed that up with an even bigger impact in a Week 2 victory over the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. Ingram once again led the defense with three quarterback pressures, and recorded a nine-yard sack with a forced fumble on 2nd-and-10 in the second quarter. Earlier in the game he notched a three-yard tackle for loss to force a punt.