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Free Agency Wish List
1. Jon Asamoah, Kansas City Chiefs
Asamoah had some setbacks in 2013 with injuries, but the 25-year-old has been fairly consistent the last two seasons. As part of an offensive line that helped pave the way for Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles, Asamoah has probably earned himself a bigger payday from the Chiefs, but he's still worth courting in free agency.
2. John Jerry, Miami Dolphins
Jerry was the only 16-game starter on a Miami offensive line that had more problems off the field than on it. What the 27-year-old needs is a change of scenery and a locker room that won't be making headlines anytime soon.
3. Shaun Lauvao, Cleveland Browns
Lauvao battled injuries last season but he was a 16-game starter the previous two seasons in Cleveland. The Browns didn't feature a dominant run game in 2013, but Lauvao has played alongside Pro Bowlers Alex Mack and Joe Thomas for quite some time now. Cleveland may not be succeeding in the win column but there's plenty of talent on that roster, including the offensive line.
Draft Wish List
1. David Yankey, Stanford
The top-ranked interior offensive lineman in this year's draft according to CBSSports.com, who is projected to go between Rounds 1 and 2. Assuming cornerback is the pick in Round 1, the Chargers may get lucky in the second round if Yankey becomes available.
2. Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA
Su'a-Filo is also a possible Day 1 prospect, but he and Yankey could easily fall if teams feel they can snatch them up on Day 2. You'd love to have one of the two be available on Day 2 if you're San Diego, but it's understandable if they go quickly.
3. Cyril Richardson, Baylor
Richardson is one of the heavier prospects at guard and struggled at the Senior Bowl, according to Rob Rang of CBSSports.com. Still, the Baylor product has good size at the position and is highly ranked on most draft boards.