NFL Draft

Best and Worst Picks of this Millennium


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The Best: FS Eric Weddle (2007)

Finally, a trade-up the Chargers don’t regret. After spending his rookie season playing mostly in the nickel defense, Weddle took over as the starting free safety in 2008 and quickly emerged as one of the game’s premier ball hawks. Allowed to leave this offseason as a free agent, he finishes his Chargers career with 850 tackles, 19 interceptions and five forced fumbles. He was named All Pro three times, including a pair of first-team honors.

The Worst: ILB Jonas Mouton (2011)

Mouton missed his rookie season with a shoulder injury; he earned just five snaps in his second season; and he missed his third year with a torn ACL. He finished his career with exactly one tackle. He was a total and complete bust in every sense of the word.

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Michael Lombardo has covered the San Diego Chargers since 2003. He spent 12 years covering the team for and has been published by the NFL Network, Fox Sports, Football Insiders and MySpace Sports.

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