Let's take a look at the players the Chargers have actually signed during this Free Agency period, shall we?
|Brown, Ronnie||RB||Agreed||8 Seasons||San Diego|
|Cox, Derek||CB||Signed||4 Seasons||Jacksonville|
|Dunlap, King||T||Signed||5 Seasons||Philadelphia|
|Goodman, Richard||WR||Signed||2 Seasons||San Diego|
|Novak, Nick||K||Signed||5 Seasons||San Diego|
|Ohrnberger, Rich||C||Agreed||3 Seasons||Arizona|
|Phillips, John||TE||Signed||4 Seasons||Dallas|
|Rinehart, Chad||G||Signed||5 Seasons||Buffalo|
|Woodhead, Danny||RB||Signed||5 Seasons||New England|
So they've re-signed Ronnie Brown, Richard Goodman and Nick Novak. Not bad. They've brought in some depth in King Dunlap, Rich Ohrnberger (signed just last night), John Phillips and Chad Rinehart. Oh, and there were two impact signings in Derek Cox and Danny Woodhead.
Personally, I look up and down that list, and I'm okay with it. Last year, A.J. Smith tried to build a new team through Free Agency, and that worked out so well for the Chargers. This year, the team has been rather vocal about wanting to get back to "building through the draft," a move I applaud.
If I had to pick one favorite signing, it would probably be Danny Woodhead, for no reason other than the fact that it seriously angered fans in Boston.
Don't forget, you can stay up to date on all the Chargers moves by following the 2013 San Diego Chargers Free Agency story stream.