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Chargers to give Danario Alexander original pick tender
According to Adam Caplan...
Rotoworld explains what this means:
The move is surprising and may indicate San Diego's new front office isn't thrilled with Alexander's knees. Rather than tender Alexander at the first- or second-round level -- and protect themselves with draft-pick compensation if a team tries signing him away -- the Chargers have left themselves open to being pick-pocketed. Alexander was originally undrafted, and San Diego would receive nothing in return if a club signed him to an offer sheet and the Bolts failed to match. Alexander is 24 years old. In a nine-game stretch last year, he racked up 37 catches for 658 yards and seven touchdowns -- numbers that extrapolate to 66/1,170/13 if prorated across 16 games.
Re: Chargers to give Danario Alexander original pick tender
Agree that it's much more a calculated risk than SD not valueing him. How could you not value a guy who was no worse than the 2nd best receiver on your roster?
And yes, I do believe the Rams should put a modest bid in, though I'm sure they won't.
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