Chargers Chatting With Prospects At The 2010 NFL Combine

The 2010 NFL Scouting Combine is underway in Indianapolis, an annual event that has become one of the league's biggest. Hundreds of the nation's top prospects attend this invite-only event where they are medically evaluated and participate in drills and interviews so that their athletic and mental capacities can be graded. A large staff of San Diego Chargers front office people are at the event, scouting players and meeting with agents face-to-face.

According to various sources, the San Diego Chargers have been seen visiting with the following prospects:

Rodger Saffold, OT
6'4" 316lbs

Charles Brown, OT
6'5" 303lbs

Jonathan Dwyer, RB
Georgia Tech
5'11" 229lbs

Jermaine Cunningham, DE/OLB
6'3" 253lbs

Cam Thomas, DT
North Carolina
6'4" 330lbs

This page will continue to be updated as new information is made available to us

February 27, 2010

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Jay said... Feb 27, 2010, 2:57:00 PM

looks like AJ wants an OT to help protect the pocket, also a possible move to start getting the running game going again...does this mean the chargers are expected to either draft a "franchise running back" or possibly pick up in FA...damn i sure hope so. Chargers might finally have a running game going again!

Anonymous said... Feb 27, 2010, 8:37:00 PM

Remember that the Chargers are now a passing team 1st,and a rushing team second. They need to beef up both defense and offense lines. They need to control the line when need be. It would be nice to get a superstar RB, but they just need 3 solid RB's.
I mean young RB's.

Anonymous said... Mar 1, 2010, 7:50:00 AM

AJ, I pray that you're looking for D-linemen and RB's in FA. Chargers are in dire need of beefing up both sides of the line in order to have half a chance at winning in the play-offs. Turn to FA and get this train a rolling.

Benny the Bolt said... Mar 1, 2010, 2:44:00 PM

if the Bolts don't find consistant balance between the passing & running game they'll never win out. Defenses are going to tee off on Rivers constantly rearing back, trying to find an open receiver. Lets remember LT and Spoles are gone so no more safety valve out of the backfield.

I still believe the biggest mistake the Bolts have made is letting Lorenzo Neal go. the next day LT's production started dropping and it never stopped. get rid of these wannabe fullbacks and go find a beast! then you can make a hero out of the next RB in SD no matter who he is.

hopefully AJ will figure this out before he gets Rivers killed!

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