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Five Former Draftees in Need of a Reunion


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1. David Molk (Seventh Round, 2012)

The Chargers have a strong need at the hub position. Chris Watt cannot stay healthy and Trevor Robinson struggled in his place, earning a putrid overall grade of 23.4 from Pro Football Focus (No. 37 among qualifying centers).

Molk is a tenacious blocker with good quickness and footwork. He has some trouble finishing blocks, but is still a strong backup center who can handle the starting role when needed. He appeared in seven games with the Eagles in 2014, including four starts, and did not allow a sack during that stretch.

Molk missed last season with a torn right biceps but is healthy now and looking for a new team. If he makes that new team his old team, it would allow the Chargers to move Watt to guard or cut ties with Robinson … or both.

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About Michael Lombardo

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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