"The timing of routes will come, but the process of getting to know each other is underway," Rivers said Friday, according to the North County Times. "It's about communicating and developing a rapport."
Rivers and the Chargers are trying to rebound from a disappointing 8-8 campaign in which they missed the playoffs for a second straight season.
"It's not just about running routes or studying film," Meachem said about working out with Rivers. "It's about holding a conversation and understanding an individual personality. When he jokes about something, you have to figure out why he thinks that's funny. Those moments are a window into how he thinks and how he operates."
"We want to win it all, and winning a Super Bowl starts now," Meachem said. "You have to build that strong relationship with your quarterback. You have to know what he sees and how that relates to what you see."