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Praise for Anthony Lynn poured in from the moment word leaked in January he’d be named the next head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers.
Among others, Melvin Gordon referred to him as “the perfect coach” for the team’s needs while General Manager Tom Telesco loved Lynn’s attention to detail in player development.
Lynn put an immediate stamp on the Bolts, transforming the organization’s culture in his image. His no-nonsense approach and candid nature quickly endeared him to the players, while he also assembled a staff of some of the top minds in the NFL.
More than anything, Lynn inspired the entire roster during offseason workouts. Players called his blunt nature a breath of fresh air, and were reinvigorated by his approach on the field and in the meeting room.
Still, all his hard work simply set the foundation for the next step – training camp.
“I thought that was a productive offseason,” he said at the end of mini camp. “First of all, I thought these guys did a heck of a job of doing some team building. Learning the system, competing well on the field against each other (and) taking care of one another. Just a highly productive offseason…from the communication standpoint, the execution standpoint; technique, fundamentals that the guys are picking up. That’s kind of how we evaluate them now. But when we get the pads on (and) we play real football, that’s a different story. But right now, you have to get to that point. These phases are teaching phases and some guys have caught on really fast.”
So, what kind of effect will it have as the Chargers kick off training camp with an eye toward a turnaround 2017 campaign? What will his demeanor be during games? How will he handle evaluations when it comes to whittling the roster down to 53?
There are many questions we simply don’t know the answers to, but we’ll get our best look at how Lynn will operate as head coach once training camp commences.

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Do the Los Angeles Chargers have the best defensive line in football? One sports writer believes so.

USA TODAY Sports’ Nate Davis ranked each teams’ defensive line in a recent article.

Where did the Chargers land? Well, Davis put the Bolts’ group of linemen No. 1 overall. Here’s what he had to say:

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“Defensive rookie of the year Joey Bosa finished with 10 ½ sacks in just 12 games. He and newly minted Melvin Ingram, who’s converting from linebacker, could give J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney serious competition as the league’s top end tandem. Ex-Seahawk Brandon Mebane’s reunion with new DC Gus Bradley means he should be more comfortable in the middle. And if a lighter, healthier Corey Liuget rebounds in a scheme players typically love, this could be a special quartet.”

It may come as a surprise to some, but the Chargers are strong up front. They have arguably the best-pass rushing duo in the NFL, with Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram wreaking havoc on each end. They also have one of the best run stuffers in the game in veteran nose tackle Brandon Mebane, who is already familiar with new DC Gus Bradley’s 4-3 scheme (it’s important to have a guy who knows the system and can help his teammates out). Defensive tackle Corey Liuget played well before disappearing last season, so if he bounces back in a big way, this is a top notch group of starters.

Not only that, but the Chargers have solid depth on the defensive line, which makes this group dangerous. Jeremiah Attaochu, a 2014 second-round pick, has a ton of potential to be a pass-rushing threat but just needs to stay healthy. Damion Square and Darius Philon had their fair share of starts last season and handled their own, especially Square, who played in a career-high 11 games (seven starts) and finished the year with 13 combined tackles and 2.5 sacks. Caraun Reid showed off some playmaking ability before getting hurt, while Tenny Palepoi is another solid rotational player who plays his part.

Bradley is definitely watering at the mouth just thinking about what he can do with all these players at his disposal.

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As the Washington Redskins get closer to the start of another season, Redskins.com will preview all 16 of the team’s regular season games. Today is the Week 14 matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers.

In their second trip to Hollywood of the season, the Redskins will visit the recently moved Los Angeles Chargers for a pivotal late-season matchup.

Los Angeles’ Key Additions: hired head coach Anthony Lynn (Bills), OT Russell Okung (Broncos), signed S Tre Boston (Panthers), drafted WR Mike Williams (Clemson), drafted OG Forrest Lamp (Western Kentucky).

Los Angeles’ Key Subtractions: OT King Dunlap (unsigned), CB Brandon Flowers (unsigned), G DJ Fluker (Giants), LB Manti Te’o (Saints), RB Danny Woodhead (Ravens).

For their third and final cross-country trip of the season, the Redskins will travel to what will be the smallest NFL stadium – the StubHub Center, which has a capacity of 27,000 and will house the Los Angeles Chargers this season.
The Redskins final six games – two games against the Giants, at Dallas, vs. Arizona, vs. Denver and this stop in L.A. – are far from a walk in the park. Preseason projections in the NFL can be proven useless less than a month into the season, but the Chargers are predicted to be the least competitive of the teams Washington will see in December. For a Washington team that has playoff aspirations, the Week 14 matchup with the Bolts will likely be a game the Redskins are expected to win.

It also is a game that will feature two of last season’s most prolific passers. Kirk Cousins ranked third in passing yards while San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers ranked fifth. Rivers ranked third in the NFL with 33 touchdown passes while also leading the league in interceptions (21).

Rivers has plenty of pass catching options, too. San Diego quietly has built one of the league’s best receiving cores as Tyrell Williams and Dontrell Inman both burst onto the scene last year with solid seasons. They will complement Keenan Allen, who seemed on his way to becoming an elite talent before injuries cut each of his last two seasons short. Also joining the group is Clemson product Mike Williams – the second wide receiver taken in this year’s NFL Draft.
The ageless Antonio Gates is back for his 15th season at tight end while the emerging Hunter Henry is coming off a rookie season in which he caught eight touchdowns.

The Chargers’ 2016 season went through significant up and downs as the team started 1-4 before running their record back to 5-6 following a Week 12 victory over Houston.

However, the Chargers dropped their final five games consecutively – four of which came by one score or less – to finish 5-11 and in the basement of the AFC West. Despite being outscored by just 13 points for the entirety of the season, head coach Mike McCoy was relieved of his duties.

In came Anthony Lynn, who served as head coach for the final game of the 2016 season in Buffalo but was not hired as head coach of the Bills.

Lynn will look to lead the Chargers back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013, but will have to do it in arguably the best division in football. The AFC West combined for 38 wins last season – the second-most in the NFL to the NFC East (39).

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This offseason, we want you to get to know our players a little more off the field.
While you may be aware guard Forrest Lamp was selected in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, here are five fun facts you may not know about number 77.
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Pregame Superstition Ritual: Lamp admits he is slightly superstitious. To back that up, he admits he listens to the same songs before each game. However, one in particular is his designated hype song. “I’m a big Future guy so I like a couple of the Future songs that are a little bit older. I like ‘March Madness,’ that’s the biggest one. That’s the one I listen to before every game That’s the one I go to.”

Brotherly Love: “I’m one of four brothers and two of them are twins.” Lamp, the oldest, called growing up in an all-boy home “awesome” and a “dream come true.”

Landscaper Lamp: The first job Lamp ever held was working for a family friend’s landscaping company in Florida. “I loved it because it was my first job. I mean, I loved the money! I was (in my teens) so any type of money (you get) you’re happy to have. Ten dollars is like $100.” As for Lamp’s tasks, he did anything and everything related to landscaping including weeding, trimming bushes and laying mulch. The experience paid off because Lamp says it’s made him very handy today.

Fan of the Big Fella: Being that Lamp grew up in Florida, he cites his two NBA teams of choice as the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat. As for his favorite player of all time? Look no further than Shaquille O’Neal. “I played the five spot when I was in high school. I was nowhere near as good as him, obviously! But he was my favorite player.”

Call of Duty: Because they’re all spread apart, Lamp said one of the ways he stays in touch with his brothers is by playing video games with them. “We’re all really close and it’s one of the ways we can hang out anymore.” Their game of choice? Call of Duty. “We’re a big Call of Duty family. You can talk to each other (while playing). We’re all on the same team so there’s a little bit of team bonding; brotherly bonding. It’s just fun.” While he said there is some trash talking, he admitted his brothers are all better at playing than he is.
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