San Diego Chargers: Filling Post-Draft Holes

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

San Diego entered the offseason coming off a 13-3 year with three predominant holes—a starting running back, cornerback depth, and a bigger body in the nose tackle rotation.
San Diego filled out depth at corner while upgrading the nickel position when they signed free agents Nathan Vasher and Donald Strickland. 
The needs at running back and nose tackle were addressed when San Diego selected Fresno State running back Ryan Mathews in the first round and 330-pound North Carolina alum Cam Thomas in the fifth round.
With those needs addressed, San Diego’s lineup looks more geared towards the types of smaller complaints that cannot be avoided in the imperfect world that is the current NFL landscape. 
So what are those needs, and what might San Diego do to address them at this late hour?
Third/Slot Wide Receiver
San Diego is very talented at the top with Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd.  Both look to be a 1,000 yard-each t...

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