At the end of the Chargers’ rookie minicamp Friday, third-round pick Dan Feeney worked with special-teams coordinator George Stewart while most of his teammates headed off the field.
Feeney, a guard who moonlighted as an offensive tackle in games and as a center in practice, was asked to try long snapping in field-goal situations. And one by one, Feeney sent one-hoppers to the holder.
During rookie minicamp, especially the first day, there was plenty of time for mistakes.
“You’ve got to start somewhere,” coach Anthony Lynn said.
Tuesday, though, when the entire team gathers for a round of organized team practice activities (OTAs), the clock will speed up, and...