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    Rivers will 'get after it'

    Philip Rivers knows where he'll be playing in the NFL. The question now: how well will he play? The San Diego Chargers don't plan on holding back the N.C. State quarterback... <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/26:</b></small><li><a href="http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=009526" target=blank><b>Cotchery Big Apple bound</b></a> <li><a href="http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=009527" target=blank><b>Locklear headed to Seattle</b></a>

    Rivers Watch
    ""I am fired up. That is one thing that the fans are going to get in San Diego, a guy who wants to be there and be a part of it. I am fired up to be a Charger." - Philip Rivers - 4/24/2004

    AP Gallery: Rivers' San Diego Press Conference
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    Trade sends Rivers to San Diego
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    Manning Deal Hinged on First 2005 Pick
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    Quote of the Day: "I heard guys saying to me, 'You're definitely a first day guy, but we can't say where you're going to go,'" - Sean Locklear after being picked on day 1 of the NFL draft



    Rivers will 'get after it'
    Chip Alexander * News & Observer
    Philip Rivers knows where he'll be playing in the NFL. The question now: how well will he play? The San Diego Chargers don't plan on holding back the N.C. State quarterback, who proved as a 17-year-old he was ready for college football, starting his first game with the Wolfpack as a freshman and never missing a start in four years. Read More

    Cotchery Big Apple bound
    Ryan Reynolds * Technician
    Jerricho Cotchery keeps heading north -- this time to New York City. The New York Jets selected Cotchery, an Alabama native, with the 108th pick in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft. "The Jets showed the most interest, and they acted like they really wanted me," Cotchery said. "All along they told me that I was their boy, and I could eventually come in and play the slot." Read More

    Locklear headed to Seattle
    Technician
    The Seattle Seahawks took N.C. State guard Sean Locklear in the 2004 NFL Draft late Saturday evening, one of the final picks of the third round. Selected No. 84 overall, Locklear was a two-year starter on the offensive line for State. Over his four-year career, he played at every position on the defensive and offensive line except center. Locklear, who graduated with a degree in sports management in December, will play at either guard or tackle for the Seahawks. Read More


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