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NFL Draft Watch: Back Isn't Short on Talent

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The San Diego Chargers have not shown interest in free agent running backs, meaning the team will likely have to address this position twice in the draft. We examine a mid- to late-round prospect who could restore an explosive element to the ground game.

The San Diego Chargers will select a workhorse running back early in the NFL Draft. Whether it's Fresno State's Ryan Matthews or Georgia Tech's Jonathan Dwyer, GM A.J. Smith will lasso his bell cow early on. But Smith can't stop there, not when the only other runners on his roster are scat-back Darren Sproles and waiver wire pick-up Marcus Mason. RB Shawnbrey McNealMarco Garcia/AP SMU's... Recommended Stories

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