The Chargers have traditionally been one of the more successful NFL teams at getting production from undrafted free agents. Perennial Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates is the most obvious example, but the Chargers have had at least one undrafted player make the active roster for 19 consecutive seasons.

The streak continued through the transition of hiring Tom Telesco in 2013 to replace A.J. Smith, who had been general manager since 2003. As Telesco explains in the video above, this is no accident.

The Chargers have the seventh overall pick in this year's draft, their first since announcing the team's move from San Diego to Los Angeles.

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