Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday the state's biggest city is in great shape to remain an NFL city should the St. Louis Rams leave.
Keep an eye out for defensive lineman Darius Philon, an early entry from Arkansas, whose burst and effort could help him prove to be a sixth round steal for the Chargers.
The San Diego Chargers' biggest offseason move was to hold onto quarterback Philip Rivers and get him help in the form of prolific rookie running back Melvin Gordon.
A bold trade up to acquire the flashy running back could make San Diego the team to challenge reigning champion Denver in the AFC West -- a division that drafted very well.
The Chargers had private interviews or workouts with 17 players, including three quarterbacks, but Marcus Mariota was the only one who did both, according to an unofficial list compiled by NFLDraftScout.com.
The Chargers have six picks in the 2015 NFL draft, beginning with No. 17 overall. How would you use the six San Diego selections?
Representatives from the four clubs included Denver quarterback Gregg Knapp and Tennessee's scout Tim Ruskell, a former general manager. The scouts were on hand to watch Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian, a 6-foot-3, 220 pounder who wasn't able to participate in all-star games or the Combine after suffering a torn ACL in November.
NFLDraftScout.com puts the San Diego Chargers on the clock, identifying team needs and best fit. With holes at running back, outside linebacker other areas of concern, what would you do with the 17th overall pick?

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