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Locked On Chargers - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Chargers

Locked On Podcast Network, David Droegemeier, Daniel Wade

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Locked On Chargers podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Los Angeles Chargers and the National Football League. Hosted by NFL analysts Daniel Wade (LAFB Network and Chargers Domination) and David Droegemeier (from Chargers Domination Live), the Locked On Chargers podcast provides your daily Chargers fix with expert, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the venerable ‘Bolts franchise. Locked O ...
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The Chargers opened up OTAs and Justin Herbert was finding his new receiver Ladd McConkey early and often. It is only one practice, but their connection will be crucial for the Los Angeles offense as the rookie makes his case to be Herbert's new go-to guy. Dan and David breakdown the first day of practice with with all of the star players showing u…
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With a huge roster turnover there are key reserve spots up for grabs for the Chargers that could be filled by undrafted free agents. Jalyn Phillips, Willis Patrick and Bucky Williams all bring the requisite mentality to play for Jim Harbaugh, and have a legitimate shot to make the initial 53-man roster. Dan and David breakdown three UDFAs that are …
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No coach will have more buzz going into this season than Jim Harbaugh which is why it is insane for the NFL to give the Chargers just 3 primetime games. Harbaugh is going to win in 2024, and with Justin Herbert at WB they could be one of the most exciting teams in the league. Dan and David discuss Los Angeles' limited national exposure and why they…
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The 2024 Schedule is out and the Chargers season starts where it ended last season with the Raiders giving them a chance for revenge. Overall Los Angeles has a favorable schedule, and have a chance to potentially get off to a 3-0 start with some easier games early on. Dan and David react to the Chargers 2024 schedule, including getting into the eas…
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Joe Alt was excellent in his time at Notre Dame and Locked On Irish host Tyler Wojciak comes on to talk about why no one at the school saw it coming. From an under recruited tight end to becoming an All-American left tackle, Alt's game developed in South Bend into a prospect with very few flaws. Dan and David talk with Wojciak about the 5th overall…
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Kristian Fulton has a ton of potential but struggled to live up to it in Tennesse, but he believes he is in a much better position now with the Chargers and their excellent coaching staff. WR DJ Chark said Justin Herbert was a huge reason why he came to Los Angeles and thinks that his new quarterback can help bring his game to the next level. Dan a…
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Opposing quarterbacks beware because with the Chargers signing Bud Dupree, no one is safe from what is now the deepest group of edge rushers in the league. Joe Hortiz continues to add key depth, and now Jesse Minter is one step closer to turning around one of the NFL's worst defenses. Dan and David discuss the key signing and the Chargers rookie mi…
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Filling holes on the roster after the draft is crucial, and the Chargers have shown interest in Bud Dupree, even with Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack on the roster. GM Joe Hortiz has done an excellent job of building veteran depth, and getting Dupree to be their fourth pass rusher would be an awesome move. Dan and David talk about the Dupree reports and …
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No one knows Jim Harbaugh's Michigan teams better than Locked On Wolverines host Isaiah Hole and he joins to talk about how the legendary coach got over the hump. The new Chargers coach had to get over himself to do it, and it also wouldn't have happened without his ability to find talented coaches. Dan and David talk with the USA Today writer abou…
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The Chargers just signed DJ Chark, but the may not be done after their reported interest in former Chief WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling. MVS would bring LA another deep threat, but if he does sign, what does that mean for receivers Joshua Palmer, Quentin Johnston and Derius Davis from the past regime. Dan and David discuss the over crowded receiver ro…
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The Chargers are transforming into a hard-nosed, physical type of team and their undrafted free agents are a big part of it. South Dakota State tight end Zach Heins brings that mentality in spades and could be another improvement to the Chargers running game and help in the red zone as well. Dan and David get into some of the best potential UDFA fi…
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It didn't take long for the Chargers to dip back into free agency, bringing in veteran wide receiver DJ Chark. The former Panther will bring great speed and experience to the Chargers young wide receiver room but to produce at a high level he will have to bounce back from a bad 2024 season. Dan and David discuss how the new addition should bring a …
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The Chargers were desperate to add wide receiver talent headed into the draft and liked Ladd McConkey so much that they traded up to get him. He undoubtedly will have a role as a rookie but, if he can gain the trust of Justin Herbert, he could absolutely lead Los Angeles in targets in 2024. Dan and David Buy and Sell the Chargers biggest storylines…
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The Draft looked VERY different under Jim Harbaugh and Joe Hortiz, and it was hard not to give their draft class glowing remarks with the impact players they brought in. Joe Alt, Ladd McConkey and Junior Colson are all picks deserving of an A because they brought great value and filled big needs. Dan and David give grades for every player in the 20…
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Joe Hortiz was under a tremendous amount of pressure to hit a home run in his first draft Class and, according to the experts, he absolutely did. Not only did the Chargers find value, but they took a bunch of players that will fit the tough, physical style that Jim Harbaugh wants from his guys. Dan and David discuss the Chargers getting very high m…
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Finding value on Day 3 of the draft is difficult, but new GM Joe Hortiz was able to find several players who could make an impact in year one. The Chargers addressed big needs in the later rounds finding a run stuffing D lineman while double-dipping at cornerback and triple dipping at wide receiver. Dan and David break down each of the Chargers day…
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Garrett, Jamie & Craig breakdown the Chargers entire 2024 draft class. Round 1: No. 5 Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame Round 2: No. 34 Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia Round 3: No. 69 Junior Colson LB, Michigan Round 4: No. 105 Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama Round 5: No, 137 Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland Round 5: No. 140 Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame Round 6: No. 181 Kiman…
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After taking Joe Alt in round one, the Chargers addressed their biggest need taking wide receiver Ladd McConkey in the second. The Georgia product brings a huge boost to the Chargers WR room with elite footwork and route-running to go along with some serious juice athletically. Dan and David break down Day 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft and why they love …
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The Los Angeles Chargers have selected Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Ladd McConkey. The Chargers drafted Joe Alt in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms… 🎧 https://link.chtbl.com/LOChargers?sid=YouTube Locked On NFL League-Wide: Every Team, Fantasy, Draft & More 🎧 https://linktr.ee/LockedOnNFL…
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Jim Harbaugh and the new Chargers regime have preached building in the trenches and they backed that up taking the top offensive tackle in the class. While Alt improves the offensive line undeniably, Los Angeles could regret passing up on two of the best wide receivers in the class Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze. Dan and David give their first reacti…
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The Los Angeles Chargers have selected Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt with the fifth overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms… 🎧 https://link.chtbl.com/LOChargers?sid=YouTube Locked On NFL League-Wide: Every Team, Fantasy, Draft & More 🎧 https://linktr.ee/LockedOnNFL…
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The Chargers must ace this draft class to compete this year, and GM Joe Hortiz will have to hit on some Day 3 picks. With a need at tight end, KSU TE Ben Sinnott would be a great selection later on in the draft as a weapon to add firepower to an offense that lost many impact players. Dan and David finish their 7-round mock draft and try to see wher…
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Marvin Harrison Jr. is the dream in round one and the guys find a way to land him in their final 7-round mock draft instead trading back. Harrison Jr. is one of the best WR prospects in the last decade and could step in for the Chargers and being Justin Herbert's favorite weapon right away. In round two Dan and David take Oregon Center Jackson who …
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The Chargers have a gigantic decision to make with the fifth pick and PFF's Lead Draft Analyst Trevor Sikkema thinks they should consider staying put at pick 5 and taking a top receiver. He also discusses what kind of production can be expected from Marvin Harrison Jr. if they land the star WR. Dan and David get into their biggest Chargers related …
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There is a ton of pressure surrounding Joe Hortiz entering his first draft as GM, and while many think he will trade back, he says it is going to take a great offer to do so. The Chargers will have a lot of leverage for a trade because great players will be available and they will stick and pick if the right deal isn't there. Dan and David discuss …
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The 2024 Locked On NFL Mock Draft episode one starts with picks from the Chicago Bears, the Washington Commanders, the New England Patriots, the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Chargers. How many QB’s will come off the board in the first five picks? Will it be Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, and J.J McCarthy all in the top 5? Get …
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The Chargers desperately needed to revamp their running back room to become what Jim Harbaugh wants this team to be and they made another step in the right direction with JK Dobbins. Another former Raven Heads to LA, and brings and extensive injury history but also an opportunity to buy low on a good back. Dan and David discuss the big news includi…
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The Chargers priority in the 2024 NFL Draft will be to add as much talent as possible and fill as many of the team's glaring needs as possible. The Athletic's Daniel Popper released his latest 7-round mock draft does a great job of both and it starts with getting Justin Herbert an elite receiver prospect in Malik Nabers. Dan and David give their th…
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The Chargers have been disastrous for much of their franchise history, but now there is reason to hope things can change with an elite quarterback and a great head coach. Justin Herbert has been great with no real success but Jim Harbaugh can build him the infrastructure to be Super Bowl contenders every season. Dan and David Buy and Sell the bigge…
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The Chargers could have multiple trade suitors including the Broncos, who have sent LA a kings ransom on today's four-round mock draft. With a huge need at defensive tackle the guys take top DT Byron Murphy at 12 overall and build the rest of the draft around not taking a receiver in round one. Dan and David get into their latest mock and give an i…
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Jim Harbaugh is a winner, and even with the many holes on the Chargers roster, it's hard to believe the team wont have a winning season pairing him with Justin Herbert. FanDuel has the Chargers win total at 8.5 games right now and they should eclipse that as long as they are relatively healthy. Dan and David dive into their Fan Mail Friday bag ques…
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Wide receiver is the largest need for the Chargers in the NFL Draft as they currently have one of the worst groups in the league. Ideally Los Angeles would take a blue chip WR in round one, but at the very least they have to give Justin Herbert some more help by taking one on Day 2. While the need at receiver is huge, adding a cornerback is very cl…
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Great expectations come from being a first-round pick and Quentin Johnston found that out the hard way as a rookie. Many in the new regime are hoping to see a leap in year two and he has all of the ability to do it, but he is going to have to improve a ton to make a major impact in this offense. Dan and David Buy or Sell the biggest Chargers storyl…
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Garrett got to go the Chargers facility and be a part of Phase 1 of the Chargers offseason program. While he was there he got to attend the press conference with running back Gus Edwards, Run Game Coordinator/Tight End Coach Andy Bischoff and Passing Game Coordinator Marcus Brady. Garrett breaks down the interviews including giving Herbert his best…
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Your host Dan Wade got to go behind-the-scenes at Chargers voluntary workouts and talks about his biggest takeaways like the watching new strength coach Ben Herbert in action. Herbert was very intentional and hands on while training the team and had Dan loves what he saw. The guys get into Dan's special visit including his thoughts on the team's po…
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The 2024 draft has 3 bona fide elite wide receivers and Matt Williamson thinks the Chargers should absolutely stay and take one for Justin Herbert. The host of Peacock and Williamson likes Marvin Harrison Jr. over Malik Nabers, but think both and Rome Odunze would be the best WR prospect in most drafts. David Droegemeier speaks with Matt about how …
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The Chargers have a huge need at receiver after losing Keenan Allen and Mike Williams and at the right price former Bengal Tyler Boyd would be a great fit. With the one of the youngest receiving corps in the league the very durable Boyd would bring good experience and proven production. Dan and David talk about the Chargers interest in the free age…
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Securing Ben Herbert was one of the biggest moves under Jim Harbaugh so far and it was easy to see why when he spoke with the media. The Chargers have been snake bitten by injuries for over a decade, but Herbert has a track record of keeping his players healthy which is great news. Dan, David and Dylan break down the first day of Chargers organized…
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The Chargers are headed in an exciting direction under Jim Harbaugh and Tyler Schoon and Steven Haglund join the show to discuss the biggest moves under the new HC so far. One of the most underrated parts of Harbaugh's ability to develop players and coaches alike and the Chargers need all of that they can get. David Droegemeier talks with the hosts…
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Join Jamie Hoyle as he does a deep dive on his top four offensive tackles and two sleepers. What do they do well? What do they struggle with? Where can they improve? Who is the best fit for the Chargers? Jamie tells you all that and more in this special draft episode of The Walkthrough. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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The Chargers offseason has been insane, and Dan Wolkenstein and Jake Hefner join to discuss the big changes so far under Jim Harbaugh. From the Keenan Allen trade to the tactical moves made in free agency it is very clear that the Chargers are doing things differently and they needed to. Dan and David talk with the Chargers Unleashed guys about all…
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GM Joe Hortiz was in attendance at LSU's Pro Day presumably to get a first hand look at explosive WR Malik Nabers who set the event on fire with his testing. The Chargers have to be interested in him if they plan on taking the best player available at 5, but would they take him over Marvin Harrison Jr.? Dan and David discuss why it would be a mista…
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Jim Harbaugh spoke to the media Monday and said the Chargers feel like they have the first overall pick because four QBs could be taken ahead of them. He is letting it be known that trading up with them is going to be costly, because there is going to be an elite player there to take. Dan and David discuss Harbaugh's draft thoughts and why he is ex…
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