Sports Chargers' Bosa enjoying learning curve with new defense

01:39  04 august  2021
01:39  04 august  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Joey Bosa waited for his phone to ring from the team hotel parking lot last Tuesday, his bright blue car out of sight from those who would notice it. The deadline for Chargers veterans to report to 2020 training camp was drawing closer, but Bosa 's agent was about to deliver him big news: The Pro Together with fellow defensive end Melvin Ingram, the two have combined for 72.5 sacks since 2016. Only the Vikings' duo of Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen have had more sacks (83). The Chargers also added to the defense this offseason with the free-agent acquisitions of cornerback Chris Harris

INGLEWOOD — Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa was shocked and a bit embarrassed when he found out he was the team’s nominee for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award. “Yeah, it’s a little shocking after that last mic’d up, but no, it’s great,” Bosa said referring to his profanity-laced audio from last week’s loss to the Buffalo It was a beastly performance that led to Bosa receiving high praise from the Bills offensive linemen. With many injuries on the defensive side, the Chargers will need that type of performance again from Bosa on Sunday versus the New England Patriots at SoFi Stadium.

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Joey Bosa's first five training camps in the NFL were pretty simple — refine his pass rushing techniques and get ready to ball.

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The Pro Bowl defensive standout for the Los Angeles Chargers has a lot more on his plate this year.

Bosa is still going to be counted on to rush the passer but he will also be asked to do much more in the 3-4 scheme brought in by new coach Brandon Staley. Bosa will be lining up mostly as an edge rusher and an outside linebacker, meaning he is going to be dropping into coverage on occasion for the first time in his career.

“This is something that I really have to put some time and study into, and it’s actually enjoyable. It’s pushing me to work even harder and expand that part of my game,” he said.

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San Diego Chargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa was the last of the first-round picks from this year's NFL draft to sign his rookie contract. Continue for updates. The Chargers wanted Bosa to practice twice before their third preseason game, as they only have walk-throughs thereafter, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Chargers president of football operations John Spanos added additional comments on his feelings regarding the negotiations, per Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune

Bosa said that “it’s pretty obvious there’s some problems” while discussing the state of the team on Monday. Bosa said he didn’t have all the answers to those problems and he sounded concerned about the effort level that the team is going to put forth over the final four weeks of the regular season. This last game is definitely going to affect some guys,” Bosa said, via Daniel Popper of TheAthletic.com. A report on Monday indicated that the Chargers are not going to fire head coach Anthony Lynn before the end of the season, so making sure that the Chargers don’t pack it in with games left on the schedule

Bosa said that in the past, studying meant looking at opposing offensive tackles on film and determining what moves would work best. Now it is understanding formations, shifts and seeing more of the field.

“A good defense shouldn’t be easy to learn in two days, so it’s a fun challenge. I get to judge myself on another level, and it’s fun,” he said. "I’m going to make a few mistakes here and there, but by the time camp is over, I’m sure it’ll be second nature.”

Bosa is also being asked to make the same adjustment that Denver's Von Miller, Chicago's Khalil Mack and the Rams' Aaron Donald did in the past. All three thrived and became more well-rounded players.

Even without a new coach or defense, Bosa was working toward adding more to his game as well as becoming more of a team leader after becoming the league's highest-paid defensive player last season with a five-year extension.

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Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa admits he’s not the type to crave attention. “I’m not out trying to be the life of the party,” he said. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG). Some budding NFL stars might relish this experience, quipping with Kimmel, basking in the prospect of viral fame. It’s a layup for any athlete looking to up his celebrity profile in a city of relentless fame-seeking. But for Bosa , the 22-year-old, quarterback-terrorizing face of the new Los Angeles Chargers , this is not exactly his idea of fun.

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“All the really good players want to be great at everything that they do. So whatever we ask him to do, he’s paying attention in the meeting rooms to find out all the details,” outside linebackers coach Jay Rodgers said. “There’s a couple new tricks that we’re teaching him that maybe will add to his game.”

Staley isn't expecting Bosa to cover Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill and there's enough trust between everyone that Bosa isn't being put in a scenario where he is going to struggle.

Bosa is also relishing the challenge of other players pushing him when it comes to knowing the defense. Bosa said he got a wake-up call early in camp when rookie defensive end Chris Rumph II was reciting the plays more comfortably than Bosa.

Bosa is hoping to get off to a quick start for the second straight season. He recorded sacks in the first three games for the first time in his career last season and had at least half a sack in five of the first six. He ended up missing four games late in the season due to concussions and a shin injury.

“I’m just going to try to put my ego aside and do the best I can to be a good team player and learn it the best I can. I’m going to study and be here for the young guys," Bosa said. "Before, like I said, I was kind of solely focused on my pass rush, but now I really want to get an up and down understanding of the defense and just understand football on another level. And, it’s fun.”


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