So let’s detour to that Rodgers vs. Corey Linsley “Jeopardy! matchup not likely to ever happen but that has proven to be amusing nonetheless. It started when Rodgers was asked in a Los Angeles Times interview if he were to face off against other NFL players as a contestant, who does he see as his toughest competition.
The highly-touted draft analyst kicks off the Chargers draft with the selection of former Alabama wide receiver Jaylen Waddle. The Chargers don’t need another wide receiver to be an explosive offense – they already are with Justin Herbert at quarterback. But the idea of dropping Waddle’s special athleticism into that scheme (with Keenan Allen and Mike Williams) would be tough to pass up,” Brugler said.
The Rams address their biggest needs in this new seven-round mock draft from The Athletic's Dane Brugler.