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Tyrod Taylor: Brilliant signing or strange move for Chargers? Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco was his usual self once the NFL free-agent signing period began, searching for the best deals with re-sign…

2019 NFL draft: San Diego State TE draws in Chargers coach Scherer was drawn in by former Aztec tight end Kahale Warring, according to NFL Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline. Warring, the 6-foot-5 and 252 pounder, has risen up draft boards over the course of the past couple months.

Bleacher Report 3-round Mock: Chargers go WR, CB, QB Early Monday morning, Bleacher Report's Matt Miller released his latest three-round mock draft for all 32 teams. It's definitely one of the more interesting mock drafts I've seen this off-season for the Chargers, that's for sure. Is it realistic? My gut says, "Absolutely not." But who knows.

2019 NFL draft: Chargers showing interest in Georgia defensive lineman Spoke with former Georgia defensive lineman Johnathan Ledbetter. Ledbetter, a versatile defender for the Bulldogs, was asked by the Chargers if he could play the three-technique for them, according to Pro Football Focus' Austin Gayle. Ledbetter primarily lined up outside as a five-technique with some snaps inside throughout his career at Georgia.

Chargers fail to address pressing needs in latest 3-round mock draft The Los Angeles Chargers fail to address needs in Bleacher Report's latest three-round mock draft.

Chargers 7-round mock draft 2.0: It's okay to double-dip Realistically, if the Chargers could snag Thornhill or another top free safety in the draft, like Florida's Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, they will be far ahead of the 8-ball. Howard is likely a name that, if you are anywhere near a casual fan of college football, you probably haven't heard of until now.

POLL: How would you feel if Chargers were to trade for QB Josh Rosen? How would you feel if the Los Angeles Chargers were to trade for QB Josh Rosen?

Look for Hunter Henry to explode in 2019 After missing the entire 2018 season, save for one playoff game, Hunter Henry will be looking to bounce back in a big way in 2019.

PODCAST: Justin Jackson on adjusting to life in L.A. and the 2019 Chargers And what to expect from the Bolts in 2019." You can listen on SoundCloud below; also, check it out on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. Hope y'all like it!

LB Christian Holland: Undrafted free agent prospect profile and interview Since the Chargers will likely be waiting until Day Three or later to find their linebacker, let's take a look at small-school linebacker Christian Holland, who was also kind enough to answer questions in an interview below.

2019 NFL draft: Chargers met with pair of Villanova offensive tackles The Los Angeles Chargers met with pair of Villanova offensive tackles.

3 late-round flier wide receivers for Chargers to consider in 2019 NFL draft Though Lodge didn't get as much attention as the other two, who are considered to go early in the draft, Lodge still produced. Lodge was an 11-game started in 2018, catching 65 throws for 877 yards with four touchdowns. Lodge is well-built for the position at 6-foot-2 and 202 pounds.

Extension Candidate: Melvin Gordon Chargers running back Melvin Gordon said at the end of January that he would wait until Le'Veon Bell signed a new contract before engaging in extension talks with the Bolts.

LOOK: Chargers, Rams' stadium shaping up very nicely The Los Angeles Chargers, Rams' stadium is shaping up very nicely.

Offseason outlook for the Chargers moving forward: Part 1 Contents covered on the 2019 Los Angeles Chargers offseason, free agency moves review, draft ideas. First part of the offseason coverage and review.

Chargers retained Adrian Phillips on a steal of a deal Bringing back safety Adrian Phillips was one the Chargers' top priorities this offseason after his breakout 2018 campaign. The team managed to not only do so, but they pulled it off without breaking the bank.

Chargers find Jahleel Addae's replacement, solidify trenches in 4-round mock draft The Los Angeles Los Angeles Chargers find safety Jahleel Addae's replacement, solidify trenches in 4-round mock draft.

Should the Chargers bring back Corey Liuget? The Los Angeles Chargers, thin at the defensive tackle position, could turn toa familiar face in former first-round pick Corey Liuget,.

Kartje: Free agency restraint separates NFL contenders, like Colts, from pretenders An available-cap-space spending frenzy isn’t necessarily the way for NFL teams to succeed in free agency. Sometimes, a little restraint can go a long way.

POLL: How do you grade Chargers' offseason moves so far? How do you grade the Los Angeles Chargers' offseason moves so far?

Chargers select a riser in latest NFL mock draft The Chargers are one of the most notorious at giving zero hints on who they are going to select in the NFL drafts. While media pundits consistently mock three of four players to them throughout the draft process, Los Angeles always pulls the unthinkable.

Los Angels Chargers prospect scouting report: Jawaan Taylor The Los Angeles Chargers signed mostly…

What local product could Chargers add in 2019 NFL draft The bottom line is that the Chargers have a knack for bringing in local product in previous years, and these four players could very well be in consideration next month.

Chargers free agency update: Darius Philon and Adrian Phillips Unless the Chargers bring in a higher profile free agent, the team could be awarded a possible fourth round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft. This reward system will be especially interesting in the coming years, in which guys like Melvin Gordon, Adrian Phillips, Hunter Henry, Jatavis Brown, and Mike Pouncey are projected 2020 free agents.

Los Angeles Chargers Draft Talk: Top Three Positions Of Need This article addresses the top three positions of need for the Los Angeles Chargers. They can fill those needs in the 2019 NFL Draft and possible players.

NFL Draft 2019: Los Angeles Chargers full NFL mock draft The Los Angeles Chargers consistently fall short in the playoffs. They can use a strong showing in the 2019 NFL Draft to try and get over the hump. Once ag…

Los Angeles Dodgers: Pitching depth is being tested early All offseason the Los Angeles Dodgers' pitching depth has been praised and now will be put to the test much earlier than any Dodger fan had hoped. If you r…

Contract Details: Vaccaro, Callahan, Okafor Let's take a look at the details of a few recently-signed NFL contracts, with all links going to Aaron Wilson ….

Los Angeles Chargers defensive Mount Rushmore The Los Angeles Chargers have had some terrific defensive players in their history. Find out who would have their face on a defensive Mount Rushmore.

What to expect after loss of former Chargers DT Darius Philon Here's what to expect with loss of former Los Angeles Chargers defensive tackle Darius Philon.

Chargers Re-sign Geremy Davis - Los Angeles Sentinel The Los Angeles Chargers re-signed WR Geremy Davis to a one-year contract, the organization announced on Tuesday. Davis has appeared in 29 career games over the course of his four seasons and has played in 19 games in a Chargers uniform. The UConn product was originally selected by the New York Giants in the sixth round of the 2015.

Cardinals add to defensive line, sign Philon Free-agent DT Darius Philon, a former sixth-round pick who worked himself into a starting role with the Chargers and had four sacks last season, has signed a two-year deal with the Cardinals.

Cardinals officially sign former Los Angeles Chargers DT Darius Philon The Arizona Cardinals have officially agreed to a deal with former Los Angeles Chargers defensive tackle Darius Philon. Philon's contract is for two years and $10 million with half of that guaranteed. It can bump to $12 million with incentives, according to NFL Network.

Trio of draft targets for Chargers at West Virginia's Pro Day There were three draft targets for the Los Angeles Chargers at West Virginia's Pro Day.

Los Angeles Rams confirm they will face off with Dallas Cowboys at Aloha Stadium The Los Angeles Rams confirmed today that they will play the Dallas Cowboys in a preseason game Saturday, Aug. 17 at Aloha Stadium. Tickets are now available on TheRams.com/Hawaii and can be purchased at Aloha Stadium.

What to expect from Chargers during the rest of free agency The Los Angeles Chargers have gone quiet in free agency. What moves should we expect to still occur before the draft? After a slightly more active than usu…

OC Whisenhunt attends Missouri's pro day With a number of high-profile quarterbacks performing at their school's recent pro days, the first one we hear of where Chargers' offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is in attendance is Missouri's, where quarterback Drew Lock was obviously the main attraction.

Arizona Cardinals sign former-Chargers DT Darius Philon Earlier today, Tom Pelissero pf NFL Media reported that DT Darius Philon agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals, leaving the Chargers with just three defensive tackles on the roster. The longest-tenured of the bunch, Brandon Mebane, was just signed back to a two-year deal although he is set to turn 35 this season.

Chargers present at WVU pro day, set to meet with QB Will Grier All 32 teams made the trek to West Virginia's pro day to take in the numerous NFL draft prospects in this year's class, including quarterback Will Grier, left tackle Yodney Cajuste, wide receivers David Sills and Gary Jennings, and fullback / tight end Trevon Wesco.

Report: Former Chargers DT Darius Philon signing with Cardinals Defensive tackle Darius Philon is signing with the Cardinals on a two-year, $10 million deal, according to NFL Media's Tom Pelissero. Philon emerged as Los Angeles top interior defensive lineman the past two seasons. The former sixth-round selection out of Arkansas had 64 tackles, 8.5 sacks and two forced fumbles over 32 regular season games.

Twitter reacts to Chargers losing DT Darius Philon in free agency Surprised and frustrated that Los Angeles didn't put in more effort to re-sign the rising defensive tackles, fans went to Twitter to let their appreciation for his contributions and opinions known. Michigan State players had to get between Tom Izzo and Aaron Henry during angry timeout.

Los Angeles Chargers don't need to find a replacement for Tyrell Williams However, Benjamin came up big in one of the most important games of the year, proving that he can be a reliable target for Philip Rivers when the opportunity presents itself. Benjamin had two receptions for 57 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs in the team's Week 15 victory to move into a tie for the AFC West.

Los Angeles Dodgers: Alex Verdugo deserves time over Joc Pederson The Los Angeles Dodgers had several position battles to decide entering spring training, one of which was in left field between slugger Joc Pederson and top prospect Alex Verdugo. Pederson was coming off of his best season in which he reinvented himself as a power-hitting lead-off man that came up with some big shots in big moments.

What’s next for the Los Angeles Chargers? Tight end Hunter Henry was injured all of last season and only managed to appear in one game so it's going to be huge for this team to have him back fully healthy this season. Another guy who I feel can and will be a dark horse for this team will be linebacker Kyzir White.

Chargers posted near top in latest power rankings after first wave of free agency 4 in their latest power rankings. The Chargers re-signed a few of their players, brought in linebacker Thomas Davis and quarterback Tyrod Taylor, while only losing cornerback Jason Verrett and wide receiver Tyrell Williams to another team thus far.

Chargers re-sign WR Geremy Davis to 1-year contract - The Los Angeles Chargers have re-signed wide receiver Geremy Davis to a one-year contract. Davis, who will be going into his fifth season, has contributed mostly on special teams. Davis' signing on Tuesday marks the fifth free agent that Los Angeles has retained.

Chargers, LB Nwosu attend USC pro day It's not surprising to see the Chargers sending representation to the local pro days to find some homegrown talent, much like last year when they snagged LB Uchenna Nwosu from USC and C/G Scott Quessenberry from UCLA.

Chargers could look in backyard to find valuable depth at LB in 2019 NFL draft Los Angeles Chargers could find valuable depth at LB in backyard in 2019 NFL draft.

How will the Chargers replace Tyrell Williams? With Tyrell Williams chasing the bag and signing with the Oakland Raiders for $44 million across the next four years, the Chargers had to say goodbye to one of Tom Telesco's greatest UDFA finds.

Chargers Mailbag: What to expect at pick No. 28 in NFL draft From now until then, we will be taking a handful of your Chargers questions and answering them in our new mailbag segment, which will be addressed every week. The biggest need for the Chargers headed into the draft is upgrading through the trenches.

The Lightning Round Podcast #178: Free Agency round-up & the 2019 Linebacker class Then Garrett and Jamie cover this years Linebacker class. They go over some of the top prospects, list their personal Top 5, also give some sleepers and possible fits for the Chargers including what round they begin looking for this position in the draft.

Chargers 7-round post-free agency mock draft There are just over five weeks until this year's draft and quite a few things have changed since the havoc of free agency was unleashed upon us last Wednesday evening. Scores of players have signed with new teams which means that a number of team's needs have changed and numerous draft strategies are no longer what they used to be.

Los Angeles Rams: This offseason plan could come back to bite The Los Angeles Rams have made several free agent signings this offseason and there is reason to be skeptical about the results the signings may produce.

Breaking: Chargers re-sign WR Geremy Davis On Tuesday evening, the Chargers announced that they have re-signed wide receiver Geremy Davis for the 2019 season. The 6-foot-3, 211-pound wide receiver was a standout on special teams in 2018. He appeared in 14 games and collected 13 total tackles.

Chargers to meet with South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel Among the first ones that we've been able to confirm is with former South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel, according to NFL Media's Jeremy Bergman. South Carolina is set to have their Pro Day on Thursday, and it's undisclosed whether or not the meeting will be around the event itself, or if Los Angeles is flying him in for a private meeting.

Chargers re-sign WR Geremy Davis The Chargers have locked up another piece to their team on Tuesday, announcing the re-signing of wide receiver Geremy Davis. Davis was originally drafted by the Giants in 2015, but was signed by the Bolts in 2016 off New York's practice squad. Though he hasn't seen much action on the field as a wideout, Davis has served as a key depth piece.

Chargers re-sign Geremy Davis The Chargers signed receiver Geremy Davis on Tuesday, according to the NFL's official transactions wire. Davis played 74 snaps on offense and 173 on special teams last season. He did not make a catch. He has not made a catch since 2015 when he was with the Giants.

8 free agents Chargers could still have interest in signing Here are eight free agents that the Los Angeles Chargers could still have interest in signing.

Grading the Chargers off-season moves The NFL free agency period is an exciting time for both teams and fans alike; well unless you are supporters of the Los Angeles Chargers.

2019 NFL draft: 1 defensive tackle in each round for Chargers Here is 1 defensive tackle in each round for the Los Angeles Chargers in the 2019 NFL draft.

Full seven-round Los Angeles Chargers 2019 NFL mock draft Fresh off a surprising playoff appearance, the Los Angeles Chargers didn't need to address much in free agency. This team is set up well to contend. Instead, the offseason is all about general manager Tom Telesco and Co. acing the draft once again. It's an area this team has had a ton of success with over the past few years.

Full seven round Los Angeles Chargers 2019 NFL Mock Draft Here, we give you a full seven round mock draft for the Los Angeles Chargers heading into the 2019 NFL Draft.

Los Angeles Chargers: It is hard to pinpoint a 2019 first-round target As we prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft and examine the Los Angeles Chargers' need this offseason, it is hard to find a first-round route for this team, who are probably hoping that another prospect falls in their lap to make the decision easier.

Los Angeles Chargers fill two biggest needs in recent mock draft The Los Angeles Chargers take care of the two biggest holes on the roster in a recent CBS Sports mock draft. Find out who they select?

Chargers land dream prospect in latest CBS mock draft The Los Angeles Chargers land a dream prospect in latest CBS mock draft.

Chargers could consider reuniting with Tre Boston to fill free safety void The Los Angeles Chargers could consider reuniting with free safety Tre Boston.

How former Chargers fared in the AAF: Week 6 Sorry I got a little MIA with the last couple weeks of AAF updates. Once free agency and the combine arrived, I got pretty wrapped-up in that like everybody else, so forgive me. This past weekend was a wild one as the Arizona Hotshots knocked off the remaining unbeaten squad, the Orlando Apollos, 22-17.

Thomas Davis: Signing with the Chargers 'felt right' To begin his introductory press conference as a member of the Los Angeles Chargers, Thomas Davis made an admission: He had never imagined playing for any team other than the Carolina Panthers.

Chargers making statement that plenty of beef will be added in 2019 NFL draft The Los Angeles Chargers are making the statement that plenty of beef will be added in NFL draft.

Chargers' salary cap situation after first wave of free agency Instead of being patient and waiting for the second tier of free agents to come around like they're notorious for, the Chargers jumped on linebacker Thomas Davis and quarterback Tyrod Taylor, signing them to reasonable deals right off the bat.

Fans Ready to Watch Patriots Kick Off Playoffs Against Chargers Fans are ready to watch the Patriots take on the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday.

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Lack of activity in re-signing Chargers' Darius Philon starting to cause concern The Chargers entered this offseason with 14 unrestricted free agents, and they have managed to re-sign three of them through the first wave. One, that many thought was a lock to be brought back who has not is defensive tackle Darius Philon. Philon, 25, was the most consistent player on the interior part of the defensive line.

Chargers 2019 Draft: What not to look for The Los Angeles Chargers have seven picks in the upcoming draft. Here's some things the organization should not do. I'm not going to prophecy which players…

Re-grading the 2018 NFL draft: Kiper on the best, worst rookie classes The Colts and Browns crushed the draft, but there are still questions about several other teams. Mel gives new grades to all 32 teams.

Report: Chargers extend GM Telesco The head coach has led the Chargers to a cumulative 21-11 regular-season record.Los Angeles finished the 2018 season with a 12-4 record.

Top offensive tackle slides, Chargers get a steal in latest mock draft A top offensive tackle slides, the Los Angeles Chargers get a steal in latest Touchdown Wire mock draft.

2019 NFL draft: 1 offensive tackle in each round for Chargers Showing no desire to be active in addressing the hole in free agency with the first wave of free agents, Los Angeles will most likely go into the 2019 NFL draft, using two of their picks on the position. In one of the deeper offensive tackle draft class over the past few years, the team will certainly have plenty of options to choose from.

Chargers Have Made A Crucial Decision On The Direction Of Their Front Office “The Los Angeles Chargers signed general manager Tom Telesco to a multiyear contract extension at the completion of last season, sources tell ESPN, ” writes Williams. “Terms of the deal.

Thomas Davis feels he offers Chargers "veteran wisdom" Linebacker Thomas Davis is going to be wearing a new uniform for the first time since the Panthers drafted him in the first round of the 2005 draft. Davis signed with the Chargers last week and said on NFL Network that the end of his long run in Carolina was emotional.

Chargers re-sign DE Isaac Rochell The Chargers have re-signed exclusive rights free agent defensive end Isaac Rochell, according to the team's official website. The details of the contract have yet to be announced. Rochell, who was an exclusive rights free, is a player with only one or two seasons under their belt.

Thomas Davis Reveals What He Brings To The Chargers The Los Angeles Chargers decided to bring in some veteran leadership on the defensive side of the football with the addition of Thomas Davis.

Grading Chargers' free agency moves to date Los Angeles Chargers free agency moves to date are graded.

Free Agency Live: Keeping track of Chargers signings, departures The Los Angeles Chargers are not among them,. While teams around the league have made trades and spent big money to make splashy moves, the Chargers have mostly stayed the course. General manager Tom Telesco has stuck to a plan of plugging in experienced veterans which he can get at a reasonable cost.

Chargers GM Tom Telesco signs extension, aims for balance during free agency Telesco's current three-year contract was scheduled to expire following the 2019 season. Backed by the organization, Telesco didn't need to have an all-in mentality during free agency, but pointed that his selective signings were meant to improve a team with Super Bowl aspirations.

Chargers mid-free agency 4-round mock draft Los Angeles Chargers WIre's Gavino Borquez breaks down a mid-free agency 4-round mock draft.

Chargers Re-sing Safety Adrian Phillips to 1-Year-Deal The Los Angeles Chargers aren't making major waves in free agency, but they are addressing some key needs after getting to the AFC's divisional round last season. The team announced on Friday it has re-signed safety Adrian Phillips to a one-year deal, shortly after linebacker Thomas Davis and quarterback Tyrod Taylor met reporters.

Chargers Agree to Terms with Thomas Davis - Los Angeles Sentinel The Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms on a two-year contract with 2014 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year and three-time Pro Bowler LB Thomas Davis, the organization announced on Wednesday. Davis spent his entire career with the Carolina Panthers, an organization that selected him in the first round of the 2005 draft.

Chargers sign GM Tom Telesco to second contract extension Telesco is one of the more improved general managers in the league, bringing a team with a combined 9-23 record from 2015 and 2016 to a 21-11 record over the last two seasons.

Los Angeles Chargers: Adrian Phillips gets chance to build off terrific 2018 season with team The Los Angeles Chargers have re-signed safety Adrian Phillips to a new one-year deal. He is coming off a career year in 2018.

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Report: Chargers sign Tom Telesco to multi-year extension The Chargers have signed a key individual, although it's not a player. Los Angeles signed general ganager Tom Telesco to a multi-year contract extension at the completion of last season, according to ESPN's Eric D. Williams. This marks the third deal Telesco and the second extension he has received since joining the franchise in 2013.

Sources: Chargers sign GM Telesco to extension The Charges have agreed to a multiyear extension with general manager Tom Telesco. The Bolts have a 48-48 record with two playoff wins during Telesco's tenure, which began in January 2013.

Report: Chargers have extended GM Tom Telesco with Multi-Year contract Telesco and his staff have turned in a few successful offseasons in a row now and the Chargers find themselves with a healthy amount of young talent and in a position to make a couple runs at a title shot here in the twilight of QB Philip Rivers' career.

Chargers' Tom Telesco not concerned about frustrated fans over moves in free agency Los Angeles Chargers’ Tom Telesco is not concerned about fans over moves in free agency.

Report: Tom Telesco got multi-year extension after last season The Chargers signed General Manager Tom Telesco to a multi-year contract extension at the completion of last season, Eric Williams of ESPN reports. It's the third deal Telesco has received from the Chargers, the second extension.

Chargers Extended Tom Telesco In 2018 The Chargers quietly agreed to a multi-year extension with general manger Tom Telesco at the end of the 2018 season, according to Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com. Telesco's prior contact was due to expire at the end of this year. Telesco, 46, was named the Chargers' GM in advance of the 2013 campaign.

Chargers re-sign Adrian Phillips The Los Angeles Chargers are keeping a valued member of their secondary around for 2019. According to ESPN's Eric Williams, the Chargers have agreed to terms with safety Adrian Phillips. "We're very happy to have him back," said general manager Tom Telesco.

Thomas Davis and Tyrod Taylor had to rethink plans before joining Chargers But the Panthers had different plans. "I never imagined that I'll be getting ready to put on another uniform," Davis said. Davis, a Georgia native, hoped to stay in the South, and even hinted at joining longtime rival the Atlanta Falcons. But when the Chargers called, and made him a priority, everything changed.

Chargers re-sign safety Adrian Phillips to 1-year deal The team announced on Friday it has re-signed safety Adrian Phillips to a one-year deal, shortly after linebacker Thomas Davis and quarterback Tyrod Taylor met reporters. Phillips will be entering his sixth season and is one of the league's top players on special teams.

Andrew Gillum on mass shootings after safely leaving Los Angeles mall lockdown: 'It's not normal and it's not okay' The former governor candidate and his adviser both said on Twitter they were safe.

Chargers re-sign safety Phillips to 1-year deal The Los Angeles Chargers have retained one of their key free agents, re-signing safety Adrian Phillips to a one-year deal on Friday.

All-Pro special teamer Adrian Phillips agrees to new deal with Chargers Phillips' persistence led to making the Pro Bowl, First-Team All-Pro, and now a new contract from the Chargers, without being released first. The Chargers agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Phillips, the team announced on Friday. Phillips, 26, joined the Chargers as an undrafted free agent following the 2014 draft.

Chargers To Bring Back Adrian Phillips Adrian Phillips enjoyed a promising contract year, and the Chargers want to see if can build further on it. The Bolts and Williams agreed to a new contract Friday, the team announced.

Breaking: Chargers Re-Sign All-Pro S Adrian Phillips The GM Tom Telesco and the Chargers were able to bring back one of, if not the most important internal FA this off season. Bringing back Adrian Phillips is a huge win for this team, and a great move. Phillips was, at this point, one of the best Safeties still on the FA market.

Adrian Phillips returning to the Chargers The Chargers have agreed to terms with safety Adrian Phillips, Eric Williams of ESPN reports. "We're very happy to have him back," Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco said. Phillips, 26, has spent his entire career with the Chargers since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2014.

Report: Chargers re-sign safety Adrian Phillips Chargers safety Adrian Phillips was a top priority to re-sign entering free agency. Philips will be returning in 2019, as Los Angeles has agreed to terms to bring him, according to ESPN's Eric D. Williams. General manager Tom Telesco stated that L.A. is very happy to have him back.

Chargers thrilled to have Thomas Davis on-board 12-overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers selected linebacker Shawne Merriman. Two picks later, the Carolina Panthers selected linebacker Thomas Davis.

AFC West Roundup: What players have signed to Chargers' rivals What players have signed to the Los Angeles Chargers' rivals.

Chargers Agree to Terms with Tyrod Taylor - Los Angeles Sentinel Taylor has appeared in 62 games with 46 starts. The 2011 sixth-round selection by the Baltimore Ravens has passed for 9,529 yards with 53 touchdowns to 20 interceptions while completing 61.6 percent of his passes. On top of his passing, Taylor has rushed for 1,836 yards for 16 touchdowns while sporting a 5.6 yards-per-carry average.

Tom Telesco, Chargers Agreed to Multi-Year Contract Extension After 2018 Season Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco was rewarded with a multi-year contract extension at the end of his team's 12-4 season and AFC Divisional Round appearance, per Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com. Telesco, 46, has been the Bolts' general manager since 2013.

Chargers interest in cornerback in 2019 NFL draft seemingly high The Los Angeles Chargers interest in cornerback in 2019 NFL draft seems high.

Los Angeles Chargers: Tyrod Taylor signing is telling of Philip Rivers' future The Los Angeles Chargers found their backup at quarterback for the next two seasons by signing former Bills and Browns starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor….

Contract Details: QB Tyrod Taylor Signs with Los Angeles "Tyrod Taylor signed a 2 year, $11,000,000 contract with the Los Angeles Chargers, including a $5,000,000 signing bonus, $6,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $5,500,000.

Chargers Keep Their Secondary Bolted Firmly Into Place The Los Angeles Chargers have re-signed safety Adrian Phillips, according to Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com. Phillips is coming off a terrific 2018 campaign in which he racked up 94 tackles, an interception, a forced fumble, and nine passes defended, en route to a Pro Bowl appearance and a First-Team All-Pro selection.

Los Angeles Chargers Are #5, Behind the Rams and Ahead of Ravens In Computer Power Ranking NFL Power Rankings: 2019 Preview and 2018 Review.

Chargers' Choice to Keep Denzel Perryman the Sort of Move Real Contenders Make Before free agency began, before the megadeals started flying, before the Giants sent Odell Beckham Junior packing, a future star you may not know signed a deal that brought him to tears. His name is Denzel Perryman.

Clemson Pro Day attracts Chargers DL coach The NFL Pro Day slate is in full swing, where hundreds of draft prospects are given the opportunity to work out in front of scouts, coaches and general managers to either improve their draft stock, or simply get on teams' radars one last time. Clemson held their annual Pro Day on Thursday.

Why Chargers are wise for not addressing position of need in free agency Here's why the Los Angeles Chargers are wise for not signing OT thus far in free agency.

Contract Details: McCourty, Williams, Lewis Let's take a look at the details of a few recently-signed contracts: Jason McCourty, CB : Two years, $10MM. Maximum ….

Los Angeles Chargers: Jason Verrett should be remembered as one of biggest wastes of potential in team history Jason Verrett has signed a free-agent deal with the San Francisco 49ers after playing in just 25 games in 5 years for the Los Angeles Chargers.

Tyrell Williams wanted to play with Antonio Brown Wednesday night, the Oakland Raiders completed an impressive feat by beating out multiple other teams and signing wide receiver Tyrell Williams to a four-year, $44 million deal. The former Los Angeles Chargers receiver would be moving north to join his former AFC West rivals.

Former Pro Bowl CB Jason Verrett leaving Chargers for 49ers The #49ers have signed Jason Verrett. pic.twitter.com/03U2YyJUD5. - San Francisco 49ers March 14, 2019.

Source: 49ers to sign ex-Chargers CB Verrett Cornerback Jason Verrett, who missed all of last season with a torn Achilles, is signing with the 49ers, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Chargers DT Darius Philion gaining strong interest from Patriots The Chargers have done a great job signing linebacker Thomas Davis and quarterback Tyrod Taylor, as well as re-signing defensive tackle Brandon Mebane and Denzel Perryman. But one of Los Angeles' key members on the front seven could possibly be slipping away.

Report: Chargers CB Jason Verrett to sign with 49ers Report: Los Angeles Chargers CB Jason Verrett will sign with the San Francisco 49ers.

Tyrell Williams expects Antonio Brown's presence to help him Tyrell Williams said after last season he considered himself a "No. 1 receiver" and hoped to go somewhere where he could become just that. Instead, Williams picked the Raiders after their trade for Antonio Brown. The former Chargers receiver said he picked the Raiders because of Brown's presence.

Jason Verrett goes to the 49ers A talented but often-injured cornerback is getting a second chance in San Francisco. Jason Verrett, who was a very good cornerback at times for the Chargers but missed 55 games in five seasons, is signing with the 49ers. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that it's a one-year, $3.6 million deal.

Contract details for new Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor The numbers are in on newly acquired quarterback Tyrod Taylor's deal with the Chargers. Los Angeles is signing Taylor to a two-year contract. The deal is worth $11 million, and he will receive $6 million guaranteed in the first year, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.

Contract Details: Taylor, Wright, Harris, Lutz Some assorted contract details from the around the NFL: Tyrod Taylor, QB : Two years, $11MM. $6MM guaranteed in year ….

Chargers sign quarterback Tyrod Taylor The Los Angeles Chargers have now found a backup for Philip Rivers. According to Ian Rapoport, the Chargers are signing former Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills starter Tyrod Taylor to a two-year contract. Rapoport reports that the deal is worth $11 million, and that he will receive $6 million guaranteed in the first year.

Senior Bowl could be key to Chargers' draft plans Every year, as the clock ticks away and the NFL Draft gets closer and closer, fans and pundits alike try to find the themes, hints, and clues that could lead to predicting a team's motives once they're on the clock in late April. Many look to athletic thresholds and measurments.

Update: Tyrod Taylor 2 year deal worth $11M We have some numbers for QB Tyrod Taylor's 2 year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers. Those numbers aren't as small as I was hoping for, but that says 2 things to me. First it says that the Chargers wanted to make sure they got him and didn't want Tyrod to consider other offers.

Oklahoma Pro Day draws quite a bit of interest from Chargers Oklahoma Pro Day draws quite a bit of interest from the Los Angeles Chargers.

Chargers sign Tyrod Taylor: Grade, reaction, analysis Tyrod Taylor could have signed to start for the Miami Dolphins, but instead he's headed to the Los Angeles Chargers to become Philip Rivers' backup. As opt…

Oakland Raiders sign former Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Tyrell Williams The Oakland Raiders have signed former Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Tyrell Williams to a four-year deal. According to multiple reports, the deal is worth $44m, with $22m guaranteed. Williams can earn a further $3m through incentives.

Los Angeles Chargers: The Oakland Raiders are dangerous It is something that no fan of the Los Angeles Chargers ever wants to admit but the Oakland Raiders are gearing up to be dangerous in 2019. The Los Angeles…

Chargers' search for Philip Rivers' successor starts at NFL combine They play forever." Although this year's is not as highly touted as last year's quarterback draft class, which had five quarterbacks selected in the first round, ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Junior believes the Chargers could select a signal-caller in the opening round for the first time since they took Eli Manning No.

REPORT: Chargers Make An Important Signing As Free Agency Continues The Los Angeles Chargers have re-signed defensive lineman Brandon Mebane, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Mebane is coming off of a 2018 campaign in which he played 12 games and finished with 40 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.

Los Angeles Chargers: Mike Williams and Adrian Phillips are winners of free agency The Los Angeles Chargers are moving on from safety Jahleel Addae and wide receiver Tyrell Williams, which gives Adrian Phillips and Mike Williams major boosts heading into 2019. The departure of two veteran Los Angeles Chargers playmakers means a pair of the team's rising young stars may shine even brighter this coming season.

Report: Chargers CB Jason Verrett to visit 49ers, take physical Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett is scheduled to meet with the 49ers for a visit and to undergo a physical on Wednesday, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Likely to not return with Los Angeles in 2019, Verrett's physical will be huge for the former TCU product, who has failed to stay healthy the past few seasons.

Jason Verrett also has visits with Texans, Chiefs If the 49ers want to sign Jason Verrett, they might want to get a deal done before he leaves San Francisco. The cornerback also has visits scheduled with the Texans and then the Chiefs, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Verrett played only 25 games while missing 55 with injuries after the Chargers made him a first-round draft choice.

Chargers re-sign DT Brandon Mebane to 2-year contract The Los Angeles native brings another veteran leader to the defense and will be a strong voice in the locker room.

Nose tackle Brandon Mebane staying with Chargers on two-year deal The Chargers announced Wednesday that they agreed to terms on a two-year deal to retain their starting nose tackle and one of their strongest locker-room leaders. Mebane, a Crenshaw High product, started 12 games for the Chargers last year, and has been a team captain since joining the team from the Seattle Seahawks.

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Report: Jason Verrett visiting 49ers Former 1st round pick Jason Verrett has not had the opportunity to live up to his potential so far in his career due to a multitude of injuries. That hasn't stopped the Chargers from continuing to believe in him, and it appears it hasn't stopped other teams from wanting him either.

UPDATE: Tyrell Williams signs with Raiders for 4 years, $44M Now, the comp pick calculations are still somewhat a mystery, so predicting them isn't an exact science, but looking at this year's comp picks, it's a pretty safe bet the Chargers will wind up with AT LEAST an extra 4th round pick next year, and possibly an extra 3rd rounder.

Jason Verrett visiting 49ers Cornerback Jason Verrett is visiting the 49ers, Ian Rapoport of NFL media reports. The visit will include a physical. The Chargers made Verrett a first-round choice in 2014, and when he has stayed healthy, Verrett has lived up to the pick.

Brandon Mebane Re-Signs With Los Angeles Chargers Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane is coming off a season that saw him finish with 40 tackles, one sack, and a forced fumble.

Breaking: Chargers re-sign NT Brandon Mebane to 2 year deal Not making splashy moves, but focusing on keeping / bringing in veterans with leadership capabilities to help influence their young talent in the locker room while complementing them on the field. That trend continues with bringing back Brandon Mebane on a 2 year deal.

Chargers bring back Brandon Mebane The Chargers moved quickly to keep one of their own. The team announced a new two-year deal for nose tackle Brandon Mebane. He was the No. 48 player on the PFT Top 100 free agent list, and a key component to their defense. and a team captain. He missed four games last year after the death of his daughter, returning to play in the playoffs.

Analysis: Why Chargers signing QB Tyrod Taylor was genius Here's why the Los Angeles Chargers signing QB Tyrod Taylor was genius.

Los Angeles Chargers Sign Quarterback Tyrod Taylor Tyrod Taylor is headed to the Los Angeles Chargers. According to Ian Rapoport, the former Cleveland Browns starter signed a two-year deal with the Chargers. Financial terms of the deal aren't known at this time. Given how Taylor, who started for the Bills as well, likely had many suitors, you can bet that he got paid well.

Report: WR Tyrell Williams to leave Chargers for Oakland Raiders Tyrell Williams, who started 37 games for the Chargers the past three seasons, is moving on to join the Oakland Raiders, according to ESPN. Tyrell Williams signed with the Chargers as an undrafted free agent following the 2015 draft, and flourished as a reliable down-the-field target for quarterback Philip Rivers.

Source: Raiders add Williams to pair with Brown The Raiders will sign Tyrell Williams to pair with Antonio Brown on their new-look wide receiver depth chart.

Remaining free agents Chargers should target Here are five free agents that Los Angeles should pursue. After not being brought back by the Rams, Suh remains as one of the hottest names on the market. Suh recently said that wherever he plays next, he wants to make sure that it's on the west coast.

Chargers add veterans in LB Thomas Davis, QB Tyrod Taylor Chargers add veterans in linebacker Thomas Davis, quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Chargers sign QB Tyrod Taylor to 2-year deal Tyrod Taylor plans to sign with the Chargers to back up Philip Rivers at quarterback.

Report: Chargers WR Tyrell Williams to sign with Raiders Wide receiver Tyrell Williams will sign with the Raiders when free agency opens today at 4 p.m. ET, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Williams won't be making that far of a trip to get to his new destination as he will remain in the state of California, going to one of Los Angeles' rivals in the AFC West.

Report: Raiders have agreed to a deal with Tyrell Williams House Tyrell has changed allegiance to fight for the enemy.

Tyrod Taylor signing with Los Angeles Chargers Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor has agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Chargers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Twitter reacts to the Chargers signing QB Tyrod Taylor After signing linebacker Thomas Davis, the Chargers made their second acquisition with quarterback Tyrod Taylor on Wednesday. Though it wasn't a splashy signing, Los Angeles landed the best remaining quarterback on the market.

Report: Chargers to sign quarterback Tyrod Taylor The Los Angeles Chargers have now found a backup for Philip Rivers. According to Ian Rapoport, the Chargers are signing former Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills starter Tyrod Taylor to a two-year contract. Terms of the contract have not been revealed yet, but they should come to the surface when the new league year begins at 4:00 p.m.

Report: Chargers add Tyrod Taylor to back up Philip Rivers Chargers coach Anthony Lynn will rely on a former starting quarterback to back up his current one. The Chargers agreed to a two-year deal with quarterback Tyrod Taylor, the NFL Network reported Wednesday. The move can't be made official until 1 p.m.

Chargers select another veteran to back up Philip Rivers by signing Tyrod Taylor He goes to a team that hasn't had another quarterback aside from Rivers start a game since the beginning of the 2006 season. This has become the model for the Chargers. It's hard to blame them, as Rivers never misses a snap, let alone a game.

Report: Chargers sign QB Tyrod Taylor It may not be splashy, but Chargers GM Tom Telesco adds depth at another key position.

Report: Chargers to sign QB Tyrod Taylor Los Angeles has agreed to a two-year contract with quarterback Tyrod Taylor, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Taylor, who has started 46 games in his career, is one of the league's more accomplished backup quarterbacks, which is something that the Bolts have rarely invested in behind the 37-year old QB.

Chargers To Sign Tyrod Taylor The Chargers have agreed to terms with quarterback Tyrod Taylor on a two-year deal, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. The Dolphins were intently interested in signing Taylor, but they'll have to refocus their efforts on a different QB. Taylor, 30 in August, began the season as the Browns' starter.

Chargers sign Tyrod Taylor Philip Rivers has a new backup. The Chargers have agreed to a two-year contract with quarterback Tyrod Taylor, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Taylor started the first three games of last season for the Browns, but when he was injured and Baker Mayfield played well in his absence, he never got the job back.

2019 Chargers Draft Profile: Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence The interior of The Chargers defensive line could look very different when the 2019 season begins. As of now, the bolts are slated to have four defensive linemen that will hit the free agent market when the new league year commences on March 13th.

Chargers’ tempered approach to free agency is best for the team So far the Chargers have been slow in signing free agents. While this may be annoying to fans, this is the best approach to build the team.

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REPORT: The Chargers Make A Surprising Move With Newest Free Agent Signing The Los Angeles Chargers have agreed to terms with quarterback Tyrod Taylor on a 2-year deal, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.

QB Tyrod Taylor Reportedly Signing Two-Year Deal With Chargers The Los Angeles Chargers have a lot to be proud of coming off the 2018 season. A 12-4 record, a terrific running back in Melvin Gordon, and the still-productive Philip Rivers led the crew into the postseason.​ As the clock ticks toward the 2019 season, the Chargers do inevitably have to prepare for this season and beyond.

Report: Tyrod Taylor, Chargers Agree to 2-Year Contract Amid Dolphins Buzz Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor agreed to a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers Wednesday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The quarterback had been linked with the Miami Dolphins to potentially replace Ryan Tannehill as the team's starter in 2019, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

Steelers have inquired about Tyrell Williams Now that they've gotten rid of their offensive stars, the Steelers may look to replace them. According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com, the Steelers have inquired about Chargers free agent wide receiver Tyrell Williams, along with other cheaper options.

Los Angeles Chargers: How Le'Veon Bell signing affects Melvin Gordon So how does this affect the Los Angeles Chargers? Melvin Gordon is a free agent after the 2019 season and is one of the best young backs in the league. This is his first contract year so it is safe to assume that he will be effective throughout a four or five-year deal.

Grading the Chargers signing of Thomas Davis On the second day of the NFL's legal tampering period of free agency, the Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms with Thomas Davis. The fine folks over at SB Nation, reviewed and graded the move positively:.

Los Angeles Chargers: Grading the signing of Thomas Davis The Los Angeles Chargers will sign former Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis once the 2019 league year officially begins.

5 things to know about new Chargers LB Thomas Davis Here are five things to know about new Los Angeles Chargers LB Thomas Davis.

What signing LB Thomas Davis means for the Chargers If the Bolts don't see Nwosu at this role in 2019, Davis could provide the capability at doing so, given how well he is in zone coverage and blitzing the quarterback.

Contract details for new Chargers LB Thomas Davis The numbers are in on newly acquired linebacker Thomas Davis' deal with the Chargers. Davis' two-year deal is worth $10.5 million. The deal averages $5.25 million per season. It also includes a $1 million roster bonus due next year in March, according to NFL Media's Tom Pelissero.

Thomas Davis signing details revealed Just this morning there was a tweet from Adam Schefter that hinted Davis would be on his way out west, but the details of this proposed union were widely regarded as make-or-break for this move. Thanks to Tom Pelissero, we now have an idea of what the Chargers offered that brought Davis across the country:.

Former All-Pro LB Thomas Davis set to sign with Chargers Three-time Pro Bowler Thomas Davis plans to sign with the Chargers, according to ESPN. The former Carolina Panther confirmed the report with a tweet Tuesday morning. "Very happy that I'm going to be able to showcase my talents for the LA Chargers," Davis tweeted.

Los Angeles Chargers: Signing Ndamukong Suh would be worth the price The Los Angeles Chargers have already added a new free agent in Thomas Davis and could be after one of the biggest names available, Ndamukong Suh. The Los…

The Lightning Round Podcast #177: Top 5 Free Agents The legal tampering period for the NFL Free Agency has begun and the Lightning Round Podcast have some player options for the Chargers. Before they give their lists, Garrett and Jamie review the moves the Chargers have made in the offseason thus far.

The AFC West just got an injection of talent On Monday, the day where all 32 teams teams could begin their legal tampering prior to the new league year, the Raiders made two more big money deals by signing former Patriots left tackle Trent Brown and former Rams safety Lamarcus Joyner to four-year deals.

Four under-the-radar free agents the Chargers should target The Los Angeles Chargers will bring about $25 million in cap space to free agency. They've got their own contributors who need new deals as well as extensions to workout for Philip Rivers and Melvin Gordon. That means Los Angeles will need to be frugal in improving their roster.

Ex-Panthers LB Thomas Davis to join Chargers The Chargers have agreed to sign Thomas Davis, the former Panthers linebacker announced on Twitter.

Twitter reacts to Chargers expected to sign LB Thomas Davis Twitter reacts to the Los Angeles Chargers signing LB Thomas Davis.

Chargers sign former Panthers' Pro-Bowl LB Thomas Davis After a quiet first day of legal tampering, Chargers'general manager Tom Telesco makes his first free agent move of the 2019 season… The Los A…

LB Thomas Davis is about to sign with the LA Chargers The Chargers are starting to make some moves if Adam Schefter's sources are correct. The Chargers would be counting on the long-time Panther to still have plenty in the tank.

Thomas Davis announces he's signing with Los Angeles Chargers Legendary Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis' hope had always been that he would wear a Panthers uniform - and only a Panthers uniform - for his entire career. Unfortunately, that was not to be. But now, Davis has an opportunity to continue his playing career with one of the top teams in the AFC.

Chargers expected to sign LB Thomas Davis After starting their day off with zilch on Monday, the Chargers are expected to land their first signing of free agency. Los Angeles is expected to sign former Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis. Davis, 36, was drafted with the No. 14 overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft and played strong safety his first season in the NFL.

Chargers To Sign Thomas Davis The Chargers are set to sign linebacker Thomas Davis, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com. The former Panther and three-time Pro Bowler also announced the news via social media. "Very happy that I'm going to be able to showcase my talents for the LA Chargers," Davis tweeted.

Thomas Davis set to sign with Chargers We've known linebacker Thomas Davis' long run with the Panthers was coming to an end for some time and now we know where he's set to play in 2019 as well. Davis announced his intention to sign with the Chargers on Tuesday.

Linebacker Thomas Davis Intends to Sign With Chargers Former Carolina Panthers' linebacker Thomas Davis reportedly intends to sign with the Los Angeles Chargers. The fourteen-year veteran has spent his entire career with Carolina. The deal is reportedly two-years, $10.5 million.

DT Ndamukong Suh wants to stay out West, Chargers a possibility DT Ndamukong Suh wants to stay out West, which means that the Los Angeles Chargers are a possibility.

Davis announces Chargers deal Former Carolina Panthers linebacker announced will play in Los Angeles next season.

Longtime Panthers LB Thomas Davis joining Chargers Veteran linebacker Thomas Davis is headed from the Carolina Panthers to the Los Angeles Chargers. Davis announced Tuesday he is signing with the Chargers. The three-time Pro Bowl selection and 2015 All-Pro previously said he was retiring after his 2018 campaign.

Panthers' Thomas Davis: Headed to Los Angeles Panthers' Thomas Davis: Headed to Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Chargers bring back CB Trevor Williams The Los Angeles Chargers make an effort in free agency to bring back one of their young defensive backs for one more season… Finally, something happened!…

Chargers place original-round tender on CB Trevor Williams The Chargers have placed the original-round tender on restricted free agent cornerback Trevor Williams. The original-round tender will cost Los Angeles $2.025 million for the 2019 season and will give them the opportunity to match any offers that Williams receives from other clubs.

A look at potential Chargers free agent targets no longer available after Day 1 of legal tampering Here is a look at potential Los Angeles Chargers free agent targets no longer available after Day 1.

Chargers tender Trevor Williams at lowest level The Chargers tendered restricted free agent Trevor Williams at the lowest level, a source told PFT. The cornerback entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2016. Williams, 25, played nine games with seven starts last season. He made 23 tackles, an interception and four pass breakups before injuring his knee and landing on injured reserve.

Chargers Tender CB Trevor Williams The Chargers have tendered cornerback Trevor Williams at the original round tender value, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com. If he doesn't end up signing elsewhere, Williams will play next season on a one-year, $2.025MM deal. Since Williams was undrafted, a team wouldn't be required to give up compensation in order to sign him.

Analysis: Five-step blueprint for Chargers during free agency The Chargers were picked apart by Brady in New England to lose in the divisional round of the playoffs, and allowed 38 points to Mahomes in last year's season-opening loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, a game that essentially cost the Chargers the No. 1 seed.

The Los Angeles Chargers re-signing of Denzel Perryman The Los Angeles Chargers bringing back Denzel Perryman was absolutely good for business. Ironically, there was a strong chance the Chargers were not going to bring Perryman back. As an outstanding middle linebacker with elite level speed and power, he was limited by injuries.

NFC Notes: Olsen, Suh, Remmers, 49ers We now have some details on Mike Remmers' release from the Vikings earlier today. This provides a bit of reasoning for why the Vikings decided to bail on Remmers after inking him to a five-year, $30MM in 2017. In fact, it sounds like Minnesota is actually considering bringing Remmers back.

Ndamukong Suh wants to stay on West Coast Ndamukong Suh isn't expected to re-sign with the Rams, but he wants to stay on the West Coast, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. That would mean Suh going to San Francisco, Seattle or the Chargers. He is a native of Portland, so it is not surprising Suh would have a desire to stay out West.

Chargers could look within division to find depth at LB The Los Angeles Chargers could look within division to find depth at LB.

Chargers can't afford to let Adrian Phillips walk in free agency While the Chargers are seeking out options to bring in this offseason, they also have 14 unrestricted free agents that the team will have to decide whether or not they will be returning in 2019. Among the crop is one of the notables, safety Adrian Phillips.

Chargers a possible surprise destination for safety Earl Thomas The Los Angeles Chargers are listed as a possible surprise destination for safety Earl Thomas.

4 bold predictions for the Los Angeles Chargers' offseason Here are a few bold predictions for the Chargers upcoming season. Last season, the Chargers couldn't uphold their end of an L.A. only Super Bowl. The Bolts watched their Los Angeles counterparts, the Rams, make a Super Bowl last year. The Rams breakout season occurred after they spent the entire 2018 offseason making acquisitions.

5 free agents the Chargers should tamper with The NFL's tampering period has begun, allowing the Chargers and the rest of the league to start negotiating with free agents. While these negotiations can take place, teams can't officially sign a player until March 13. Los Angeles has quite a few needs to address this offseason.

Giants To Re-Sign C Spencer Pulley The Giants are signing restricted free agent center Spencer Pulley, according to Field Yates of ESPN.com. The two sides have agreed to a three-year, $9.6MM extension, keeping him in the fold through the 2021 campaign. Pulley, 26 in April, spent the first two seasons of his career with the Chargers.

Los Angeles Chargers: Earl Thomas won't be a Charger The Los Angeles Chargers recently released safety Jahleel Addae and have gotten all the fans' hopes up that Earl Thomas will come to Los Angeles. The Los A…

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Los Angels Chargers' 2019 free-agent signings: Perryman signs new deal The Chargers keep some continuity on defense by re-signing Perryman, one of their top run-stoppers.

K.J. Wright should lead Chargers' free-agent shopping list Wright would bring with him age and injury concerns but also talent and leadership if he departs the Seahawks for the Chargers.

Los Angeles Rams re-sign Dante Fowler, keeping defense mostly intact Free agency threatened to take a serious bite out of the Los Angeles Rams defense, but the NFC champions no longer appear all that susceptible to being raided. The club announced Sunday night that edge rusher Dante Fowler, who was acquired at last season's trade deadline, has re-signed.

Predicting the Los Angeles Chargers' offseason plan before free agency But before then, I'll try and guess their offseason moves prior to free agency. Moves of note include:. From here, I fully expect the Chargers to give contracts to multi-tool defensive back Adrian Phillips and budding interior defensive lineman Darius Philon.

Poll: Which free agent safety should the Chargers try to sign? A member of the Chargers in 2017, Boston would be a solid bargain if they elect to bring him back. He totaled 79 tackles and three interceptions in 14 games with the Cardinals.

The Los Angeles Chargers won't pursue fan-favorite free agents At the outset of free agency, many fans eagerly await the signing of a big-name player. Spoiler alert: It's not happening… The Los Angeles Chargers proba…

Chargers' Keenan Allen expresses interest in adding FS Tyrann Mathieu Los Angeles Chargers' Keenan Allen expresses interest in adding FS Tyrann Mathieu to the team.

Raiders make blockbuster trade for Antonio Brown; Chargers will need to add help at CB The Raiders traded for one of the best wide receivers in the NFL last Saturday night. Oakland acquired Antonio Brown for a third and fifth round pick. Brown also got a hefty contract, too. The 31-year old lands in the division with the Chargers. The Raiders are not done making moves.

2019 NFL draft: 6 safeties Chargers should consider to replace Jahleel Addae Here are six safeties the Los Angeles Chargers should consider to replace Jahleel Addae.

BREAKING: Steelers trade WR Antonio Brown to the Raiders Late last night, news finally broke that would put an end to all the speculation and drama that has surrounded wide receiver Antonio Brown and his next landing spot following his vocal displeasure of the Steelers organization.

Examining new weapons Chargers must deal with from AFC West rivals The Los Angeles Chargers have been relatively quiet while the Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders have all made major moves.

Chargers release starting safety Jahleel Addae The Los Angeles Chargers released safety Jahleel Addae, who had started 59 games over the past six seasons. Coach Anthony Lynn said in a statement that Addae's release was tough but had to be made because of salary cap reasons. Addae's release saves $5 million against the cap with free agency set to begin Wednesday.

AFC Notes: Brown, Steelers, Chargers It's been more than a full day since the report that a deal was "close" to being done for Antonio Brown, but the Steelers haven't moved yet. We still don't have any word yet on where he's heading, and it's become clear that part of the holdup with trade negotiations is the fact that Brown wants a pricey new contract wherever he goes.

Twitter reacts to ex-Charger Jahleel Addae's release Twitter reacts to ex-Los Angeles Charger Jahleel Addae's release.

Contract details announced for Chargers LB Denzel Perryman The contract details have been announced for Los Angeles Chargers LB Denzel Perryman.

Release of Addae shows growth in Chargers' GM Tom Telesco The Chargers made a big change on the defense, one that shows much-needed growth in the front office… It's important for general managers to realize that…

How should the Chargers replace Jahleel Addae? After the Los Angeles Chargers selected Derwin James during last year's NFL Draft, Jahleel Addae's days as a Charger were numbered. Addae was limited to playing in the box as a safety and James was obviously a far superior option. The team, which has long loved Addae, decided to try him out as the free safety.

Chargers release veteran safety Jahleel Addae The move will save them $5.5 million in cash and $5 million in cap space for 2019. "Jahleel was part of our rookie class my first year with the organization in 2013," general manager Tom Telesco said in a statement. "Not only did he make the team as an undrafted free agent, he won a starting role at safety and became an undisputed team leader.

3 ways Chargers can replace Jahleel Addae at free safety Here are the ways that the Los Angeles Chargers can replace Jahleel Addae at free safety.

Chargers have plenty of great options at safety after releasing Jahleel Addae The Los Angeles Chargers have released Jahleel Addae, opening the door for several new options at the safety position as free agency is set to start.

Chargers moving on from starting safety Addae The Chargers have released safety Jahleel Addae, saving $5 million against the salary cap by doing so.

Chargers to sever ties with Jahleel Addae Another safety will be entering a crowded market for free agency. Veteran safety Jahleel Addae will be released by the Chargers, according to Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com. Undrafted out of Central Michigan in 2013, Addae became a full-time starter in his third season.

Chargers release safety Jahleel Addae Los Angeles has released safety Jahleel Addae, according to ESPN's Eric D. Williams. elected to re-sign Addae to a four-year deal worth $22 million that included $8 million guaranteed back in 2017. With the release, the Chargers free up $5 million while creating $1 million in dead money, according to OverTheCap.com.

Chargers To Release S Jahleel Addae The Chargers are moving on from one of their longest-tenured players. ESPN's Eric Williams reports that the team is releasing safety Jahleel Addae. Addae signed a four-year, $22.5MM deal with the organization back in 2017.

REPORT: Chargers will release Jahleel Addae The Los Angeles Chargers had one of the National Football League's best defenses during the 2018-19 season and much of that was due to the strength of their defensive backs group. One of the longest tenured members of that group is reportedly now on his way out according to ESPN's Eric D.

Local residents that are Chargers fans face sky-rocketing rent as NFL takes over Inglewood For those Charger fans that are living in the Inglewood area, they are suffering from rent sky-rocketing due to the NFL. One of the main reasons that rents have skyrocketed is due the construction of a $2.6 billion stadium and entertainment complex where both the Rams and Chargers are set to play.

Chargers Free Agency Preview: Could Tyrell Williams be on his way to Buffalo? After falling short on trading for Antonio Brown, look for the Buffalo Bills to throw a huge contract at Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Tyrell Williams.

OT Russell Okung recruiting Malik Jackson to Chargers Among the ones that they released, defensive tackle Malik Jackson could be an intriguing option for the Chargers when free agency kicks off this week. A fan favorite to some already, a player of Los Angeles tends to be on the same boat. Offensive tackle Russell Okung took to Twitter to share his interest in bringing Jackson to L.A.

Kartje: Josh Rosen can still be a franchise quarterback in the NFL A first-round draft choice only a year ago, former UCLA star Josh Rosen’s days as an Arizona Cardinal may already be numbered. Where might he land?

Los Angeles Chargers Season Recap The Los Angeles Chargers finished last season with a 12-4 record. Injuries caught up to the Chargers yet again, Jason Verrett and Hunter Henry were both out during the regular season. Denzel Perryman went down mid-season, Brandon Mebane had terrible news.

Chargers defensive end Isaac Rochell finds 'creative outlet' in photography "Most of the guys from Notre Dame are seen as a little quirky in the league, but that's OK," former Chargers linebacker James Onwualu said about Rochell. Rochell's shooting location is the Pacific Training Center, a cozy boxing and mixed martial arts facility perched on a hill in La Jolla overlooking the Pacific Ocean.