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Andre Williams could be a nice find for the Chargers if he's able to get on the field and make a difference. The former Giants running back spent 2016 on the practice squad for the Chargers for most of the season before seeing action in one game. He rushed 18 times for 87 yards, and he could emerge as the No. 2 running back behind Melvin Gordon this year. He'll be in a competition for the job with Branden Oliver, Kenneth Farrow and Kenjon Barner unless another running back is added prior to training camp, but Williams might have the most upside of the group. He's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues unless he's the handcuff to Gordon, so keep an eye on the competition in training camp, but Williams could have value if Gordon suffers an injury during the season.