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Chargers need more depth on the offensive line

The San Diego Chargers made increasing their depth on the offensive line a priority so far this offseason. So far, the team has signed two linemen and one of those, Mike Goff, has already been penciled in as a starter at right guard – a position Phil Bogle manned most of last season. But Bogle isn't worried.

Phil Bogle says he can't worry about the team making personnel moves that could take playing time away from him. He remains dedicated to himself and what he can do to make himself better. "You can't really worry about that kind of stuff," says Bogle. "That is part of the business and is going to happen regardless. I am just worried about myself right now." One thing is certain; there will...

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