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San Diego Chargers rookie offensive tackle D.J. Fluker is giving he can in quest to play an important role in the team's plans going forward.
Offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris is giving him some special attention to their 11th overall pick and keeping on him about what he feels he needs to work on. "He's on me a lot," D.J. Fluker said, via U-T San Diego. "He's on me a lot because he sees the potential in me."
"If I had a grade, I'm still a C student right now — I'd give myself a C-plus," Fluker said. "But I'm still learning, and each time and each day, my understanding gets a whole lot better. My grade is going up."
He had the opportunity to work with the first team throughout their 10-day OTA practices, and head coach Mike McCoy not only sees his potential, but also his inexperience. "He's like any rookie," . "There's going to be some good and some bad to anything he does. You take...
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