mont blanc pens refills Chargers Q with Michael Gehlken
But I think Tom Telesco is closer to a contract extension than any sort of hot seat. He’s done plenty of good in his first two offseasons, particularly considering the cap space with which he had to work. It was a mess here two years ago. Now, the Chargers have flexibility. Danny Woodhead, Jason Verrett, Keenan Allen among some of his hits you didn’t mention. Fluker’s best yet; think we will in 2015. He’s working at it. Chris Watt center of the future. List goes on. It’ll never be perfect in scouting,
but think he’s done a real fine job. I see the Chargers as more likely to invest at outside linebacker than inside. Andrew Gachkar notably is an impending free agent at ILB. Played well in the sub defense. Strong special teamer. Someone worth investing in over the coming weeks. Between the Butler investment, second round pick on Manti Te’o and signing last year of Kavell Conner, doubt you’ll see the team do anything too substantial there again this offseason. Too many other roster spots in need of an upgrade.
by Michael Gehlken 2/23/2015 6:26:37 PM
Hello Michael, over the last 20+ years I’ve seen alot of teams build alot of stadiums in every sport, and I can tell you the actions of the Chargers last week follow a very familiar script that has been used countless times to ultimately get a deal done. Now there is no guarantee, but I would just say this to Chargers fans there will be a few more high and low points before a “final” answer,
but I would say that 80% of the time the team ultimately gets a solution worked out with their city. Thanks.