Schefter: Jarret Johnson takes a pay cut - Eric Williams
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson will take a pay cut to stay with the team for the upcoming season. Johnson was scheduled to make $4 million in non-guaranteed base salary in 2014, and $5 million in base salary in 2015.
Veteran nose tackle on Chargers' radar - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
They are expected to show interest in Earl Mitchell, a 14-game starter last season for the Texans. Mitchell, 26, could be in high demand, as teams reportedly project him not only as a 3-4 nose tackle but possibly a better fit at 4-3 defensive tackle. ESPN analyst Bill Polian, a former mentor to Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco, is especially high on Mitchell.
Chargers Re-Sign Rinehart to Two-Year Deal - Ricky Henne
"I’m excited to be back," said Rinehart. "All through the process, I was hoping the Chargers and I could come to an agreement. This past season was the most enjoyable of my six-year career. I would like to thank Tom (Telesco), Mike (McCoy) and Dean (Spanos) for having me back."