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Chatting with Rookie WR Luke Tasker

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Posted: 07/25/2013 7:52 AM

Chatting with Rookie WR Luke Tasker 


Luke Tasker Ready to do Something Special

Chargers rookie receiver Luke Tasker (Cornell) is no stranger to the NFL lifestyle. The son of former Buffalo Bills receiver (and seven-time Pro Bowler) Steve Tasker, Luke joins the Chargers this week at training camp as he begins his own journey. To learn more about Tasker's offseason preparations and the pressures of carrying on the family name, we go one-on-one with the talented rookie. Read More...



The Chargers are stacked at receiver, so no undrafted rookie has a chance to make the final 53-man roster unless the position is ravaged by injuries. That being said, Tasker is a nice prospect who clearly understands what it takes to survive in the NFL. If he doesn't stick on San Diego's practice squad, he has an opportunity to parlay a strong preseason into an invite from another, more receiver-needy team.
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Posted: 07/25/2013 9:03 AM

RE: Chatting with Rookie WR Luke Tasker 


Nice writeup.

How about an article on Nicolette?
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Posted: 07/25/2013 12:27 PM

RE: Chatting with Rookie WR Luke Tasker 



LightEmUp1 wrote: Nice writeup.

How about an article on Nicolette?

2nd that suggestion tongue  Yowzah!!
 
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Posted: 08/01/2013 11:33 PM

RE: Chatting with Rookie WR Luke Tasker 


Well, it's not exactly an article on Nicolette, but...

Here is her write-up from Thursday's practice, as she filled in for Brian. 

SDBR's Training Camp Report: 8/01

All hands were on deck Thursday as the Chargers entered their second week of training camp.  Cuts have been made, injuries addressed and things are tightening up.  See who has improved and which areas still need work in this training camp report. Read More...
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