|Offense||9th||84.9 (31st)||286.9 (4th)|
|Defense||20th||125.3 (25th)||236.6 (14th)|
The San Diego Chargers selected Perry in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 102nd overall.
Perry figures to play at inside linebacker for San Diego, backing up Denzel Perryman and Manti Te'o, but he has the size and athleticism to see some outside work in a 3-4, too. Perry should provide swing backup linebacker ability and provide San Diego with a valuable game day piece, even if he isn't a starter in the short term.
The San Diego Chargers selected Tuerk in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 66th overall.
Tuerk (6-foot-5, 298 pounds) is a fine center prospect who could have easily gone earlier if not for an injury that limited him in the pre-draft process. The Chargers offensive line fell apart last year, but Tuerk's presence in 2016 should provide reassurance on the interior.
The San Diego Chargers selected Hunter Henry in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 35th overall.
The Chargers lost Ladarius Green in free agency, and Antonio Gates will turn 36 in June. Given those facts, it's easy to understand why the Chargers would covet Henry, the consensus top tight end in the draft. While Henry doesn't boast obvious star potential, he heads into the NFL as an accomplished pass catcher and experienced blocker. Timed around the 4.7-second range in the 40-yard dash at 6-foot-5, 250 pounds, Henry has the athleticism and size to turn into a standout fantasy tight end a couple years from now.
San Diego was primarily linked to offensive linemen and Oregon's DeForest Buckner prior to Thursday's first round, but it was Bosa who they secretly targeted all along. Bosa doesn't pose the speed rushing threat of a DeMarcus Ware or Robert Quinn, but he still has good enough athleticism to translate as a strong pass rusher in the NFL. San Diego should get a significant pass rush upgrade from Bosa regardless of how he's specifically used.
Fluker's fifth-year contract option was exercised Friday, NFL.com reports.
Fluker was drafted 11th overall in 2013, and has been a standout figure on the San Diego Chargers ' much-maligned offensive line when healthy. Although he missed four games last season, when he also suffered his fourth known concussion, Fluker is certainly someone San Diego is going to need around for the next couple of years while it rebuilds its offensive front.
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