Everett has some upside as he replaces Jared Cook in the Chargers’ offense. He obviously has a great quarterback situation and is pretty athletic for his position. He has three straight seasons with 37-48 catches for 408-478 yards and 1-4 touchdowns. Cook posted 48-564-4 last year for the Chargers in his age-34 season. I’m not expecting a breakout for Everett, but he could replicate Cook’s production if he sees enough work. He appears to be the fourth or fifth option in the passing game behind Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Austin Ekeler and Josh Palmer.