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The era of “Air Coryell” seems to be back in San Diego.  QB Phillip Rivers has attempted at least 478 passes, thrown for over 4000 yards, and, at least, passed for 28 TDs in each of the past three years.  Rivers does not slow down for receivers’ injuries or holdouts (thanks for that Vincent Jackson).  Out of the past four years, Vincent Jackson lead Chargers receiver for two years and the other two years “Mr. Super Charger” himself, Antonio Gates, lead the team.  During the 2011 NFL Draft, the future of the Chargers WRs was much in doubt.  Vincent Jackson had filed a lawsuit against the NFL.  Every NFL organization had no idea who would be free agents, but it was very possible that both starting WRs Jackson and Malcolm Floyd could leave with little on the roster to replace them.  The Chargers decided bolster their receiving core by spending their 3rd round pick on local WR Vincent Brown, who played down the street at San Diego State. 

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