AP Sports Writer
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Mike McCoy came away with a few observations following the San Diego Chargers' voluntary minicamp.
First, it's different being the head coach and having to pay attention to all three phases instead of just one. McCoy was hired away from the division rival Denver Broncos after Norv Turner was fired following a third straight season out of the playoffs.
Second, he's impressed enough with quarterback Philip Rivers to say that "he's going to have a great season."
McCoy says Rivers is prepared every day and is asking questions about the Chargers' new scheme.
How Rivers does this season will depend a lot on the players the Chargers put in front of him via next week's draft. He was under siege most of last season behind a shaky line.
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