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In his senior season at Notre Dame, Manti Te’o intercepted seven passes. And when Chargers general manager Tom Telesco considers Te’o's skill set, he sees a linebacker who could be someone very capable of staying on the field on passing downs at the NUpvote Share Tweet
The left tackle projects as a starter in San Diego, but other teams are interested, too.Upvote Share TweetDeath of former Charger has heightened awareness of head trauma.Upvote Share TweetTom Telesco says Manti Te'o was the draft's most instinctive linebacker.Upvote Share Tweetchargers.com May 1, 2013Check out some of the 2013 Chargers draft choices impressing at the NFL Scouting Combine.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com May 1, 2013If the San Diego Chargers came to terms with Ryan Leaf's nephew, or the Seattle Mariners gave a shot to a relative of former general manager Bill Bavasi, those stories wouldn't be any weirder than this. Among the undrafted free agents invited to rookie …Upvote Share TweetESPN.com May 1, 2013Tom Telesco worked under Bill Polian for years. Polian, now an ESPN analyst, kept close tabs on Telesco’s first draft as the general manager of the San Diego Chargers. Polian applauded the most talked about choice of Telesco’s -- the selection of NotrUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com May 1, 2013Tuesday saw quarterback Tim Tebow become a free agent, after no team claimed his contract on waivers. It also saw the parade of teams not interested in Tebow grow by at least two. Appearing on XTRA 1360 in San Diego, G.M. Tom Telesco faced the Tebow que…Upvote Share TweetThe retired All-Pro tackle works to preserve others' brains while understanding his own.Upvote Share Tweet
Evaluating the San Diego Chargers' draftMay 1Find out if the San Diego Chargers have done enough to reclaim the top spot in the AFC West on "Path to the Draft."
Don Banks: Eagles QB situation, Anquan Boldin trade headline NFL offseason…May 1The bulk of free agency is finished and the 2013 draft is in the books, meaning NFL teams are set, for the most part, on the personnel front. The usual doses of spring practice and preparation remain between now and the start of training camp for the 20…