Philip Rivers has started 176 consecutive games, but the Los Angeles Chargers have plans to draft a quarterback to compete with Kellen Clemens for the No. 2 job behind Rivers.
"I think we do have to get a young quarterback on campus. We have to start developing someone because we have two veteran quarterbacks," Anthony Lynn said. "Both of them are long in the tooth. I think they have some good years left in them -- don't get me wrong. But, you have to start thinking about down the line too."
The Chargers have worked out Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes, Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs and Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer.