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Chargers plan for every NFL draft scenario, but be prepared for surprises

LOS ANGELES - If the NFL draft was held in a vacuum - no surprises, no trades up, no crazy reaches and no cascading falls - the Los Angeles Chargers would know who they're taking with the No. 17 pick of the first round Thursday evening.

The evaluations are done. The grades are in.

But it absolutely, 100 percent doesn't work that way, and that's why in the final hours leading up to this thing, Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco and his staff don't know

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