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Chargers DC Gus Bradley has been impressed with second-year DE Chris Landrum.

The UDFA out of Jacksonville State has been running as the starter opposite LE Joey Bosa this week at OTAs with RE Melvin Ingram skipping the voluntary workouts. Landrum missed all of 2017 with a shoulder injury, but Bradley admitted Landrum was impressive last spring and showed "flashes." Tenny Palepoi was the Chargers' third end last season but wasn't re-signed.
May 22 - 11:50 PM

Chargers LE Joey Bosa said he plans to play in the 260-265 pounds range.

The Chargers list Bosa at 280 pounds, but he said he played in the 260-265 range last year and plans to stay there in 2018. It worked last year, as Bosa was Pro Football Focus' No. 1 pass-rushing 4-3 end out of 64 qualifiers and was seventh in the league with 12.5 sacks. The former No. 3 overall pick said the slimmer frame allows him to play with more speed while also keeping his strength. He and Melvin Ingram form one of the best pass-rush duos in the league.
May 22 - 11:46 PM

Hunter Henry suffered a torn ACL at Chargers OTAs on Tuesday.

What a devastating blow to a player who was projected to play a massive role in a Chargers offense without Antonio Gates in it for the first time in 15 years. Henry is obviously done for the season, and it leaves Virgil Green currently atop the depth chart. It’s fair to wonder if the Bolts will turn back to Gates after they told him they were moving on earlier this offseason. However, Gates showed he has little to nothing left in the tank. Perhaps the Chargers will use more three- and four-wide sets with their abundance of receivers, including Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Tyrell Williams, and Travis Benjamin. GM Tom Telesco may also explore the trade market.
May 22 - 9:45 PM

Broncos DT Clinton McDonald is recovering from offseason shoulder surgery.

McDonald is sidelined as the Broncos open OTAs this week. He underwent the procedure in March, and the team knew about the issue when it signed him after McDonald had a solid 2017 in Tampa Bay. The 31-year-old remains an effective pocket pusher and will be a key cog in Denver's line rotation.
May 22 - 8:43 PM

The Sacramento Bee reports new 49ers RB Jerick McKinnon was highly active as a pass catcher on the first day of OTAs Tuesday.

It's not a surprise, though reporter Matt Barrows went as far as to say that McKinnon was Jimmy Garoppolo's "most active" receiver. Barrows believes 73 — Devonta Freeman's high-water mark under Kyle Shanahan — could be McKinnon's over/under for receptions this season. If McKinnon could even come close to that, it would make him a monster in all formats of fantasy, as he's also in the lead on early downs in San Francisco. 43 of McKinnon's 51 Vikings receptions last season came after Dalvin Cook was lost for the year in Week 4.
May 22 - 7:55 PM

Second-year pro Raekwon McMillan remains penciled in as the Dolphins' starting middle linebacker.

The No. 54 overall pick of last year's draft, McMillan was supposed to man the middle as a rookie but ended up missing the entire season with a torn ACL. He has since been cleared for full participation in OTAs. The middle was a black hole for the Dolphins last season, and help was not added this offseason. McMillan's biggest question mark coming out of Ohio State was his coverage ability.
May 22 - 7:00 PM
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