Chargers draft Bosa with 3rd overall pick

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Chargers Select Pass-Rusher Joey Bosa With 3rd Overall Pick
Bosa is definitely the best pass-rusher in this draft, as well as a player that could help the Chargers improved on their league-worst rushing defense.

Standing 6’6″ and weighing in at 275 lbs, Bosa racked up 26 sacks and 148 tackles (including 51 tackles for loss) in three seasons with the Buckeyes.

Acee: Chargers go right direction with Bosa – San Diego Union-Tribune
Since Shawne Merriman’s body started breaking down in 2007, the Chargers have most been devoid of disruption. They haven’t been able to get to the quarterback enough, haven’t been able to dictate what opposing offenses do.

The Chargers plan to play Bosa at defensive end, which is what he played at Ohio State. The Buckeyes played a 4-3 defense, and Bosa was projected by most observers to play outside linebacker in the 3-4 front the Chargers run as their base defense.

Joey Bosa On Being Drafted By Chargers & Why SD Is A Perfect Fit For Him
Former Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa on his elation in being drafted by the San Diego Chargers, what he brings on and off the field, how he projects in a 3-4 defense and why he isolated himself in college to focus completely on football.


Joey Bosa – Love/Hate The Pick?
Scott and BR, Dan Sileo, and Burt Grossman weigh in on the Chargers selection of Joey Bosa with the number three overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.


VIDEO: Joey Bosa talks with the media at the NFL Combine
From the NFL combine, former Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa was asked if he is too laid back and if he’s the best player in the NFL draft.

Ohio State shares recruiting photo of Ezekiel Elliott, Joey Bosa, Eli Apple – FOX Sports
Ohio State had five players taken in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday. So the Buckeyes decided to do a special Throwback Thursday, tweeting a picture of Eli Apple, Joey Bosa, Ezekiel Elliott and Darron Lee on their OSU recruiting trip hours before the festivities.


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