Denzel Ward hopes to follow buddy Marshon Lattimore’s blueprint More Pat McManamon Close Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer Covered Browns, Cleveland sports since 1998 Previously worked at Fox Sports Ohio, AOL Fanhouse, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com Cleveland native, proud father of two daughters Follow on Twitter Mike Triplett Close Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer Covered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-Picayune Previously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ers Iowa native and University of Iowa graduate Follow on Twitter To say that Marshon Lattimore and Denzel Ward have a unique relationship might be a bit of an understatement. That’s my son right there,Lattimore said recently.
We need the details of every little thing we do, and then we can add from there, we can build off that. We have to set a foundation, we have to set something that all guys are comfortable with, and we’re going to rep the crap out of all those plays, all those protections, everything like that because if we don’t, we’ll never really have a solid foundation to build off.
When we get into Week 1, preseason, then we can start adding some more flavor. But it’s been fun because you’ve seen some of Oregon’s stuff that Mark (Helfrich) has brought, you obviously see some of the Kansas City stuff Matt has brought, and then you pull things from around the league that fits our style of play, fits our personnel, and you sort of mold it into your own.
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The Chargers made the draft-day trade to get Rivers despite the fact they were just about to see the best of Drew Brees. Rivers didn’t get the starting job until Brees wasn’t re-signed following the 2005 season, and before then, he was an afterthought No. 3 (behind even Doug Flutie) then No. 2 QB in San Diego.