Chargers wrap up draft class by signing Dan Feeney

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The Chargers have plenty to do this offseason, as they move up the coast and into new facilities.

So it’s good that they have their paperwork taken care of.

The team announced they signed third-rounder Dan Feeney to his rookie deal, wrapping up their draft class.

The guard from Indiana comes in as they overhaul their offensive line. They also used their second-rounder on guard Forrest Lamp, and signed free agent left tackle Russell Okung.

5 responses to “Chargers wrap up draft class by signing Dan Feeney

  1. They’ve already signed up Seattle’s (formerly) 12th man and Raider fans. See Raiders’ fans can’t travel to LV because of parole violations.

  2. This is good! But what’s bad is the California Legislature just passed a bill endorsing a Single Payer Medical plan for residence and those who work in Cali. That means Cali will raise taxes to cover the $400 billion to $600 billion annual plan. Taxes will increase a whooping 15%. Home team players and visiting team players will have to cough up muchos pesos playing in California. Spanos/Fabriani mob will not be happy if this is approved by Jerry Brown. Sadly, they just raised gasoline taxes over 40% and car registration fees again, effective November 1st. Rumor has it that Kroenke is giving the Rams an extra stipend to cover all these extra taxes. Spanos/Fabriano are having a fit on that one! Get ready to U-N-R-A-V-E-L!

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