The San Diego Chargers made a roster move today by cutting Interior Lineman Michael Huey.
Chargers cut Michael Huey— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) May 12, 2016
Huey signed with the Chargers in March last year to serve as depth along the Offensive Line at both Guard and Center. He was then shuffled on and off the Chargers team in a series of roster moves before landing on the Practice Squad last December. Just a month later, the Chargers signed Michael Huey to a reserve/future contract but today the Chargers released him.
After the draft, Huey's chances of making the team were slim so with the addition of Matt Slauson it made it even less likely that he'd be more than a camp body come Training Camp. On the Interior of the Offensive Line outside of the projected starters today, Orlando Franklin, Matt Slauson and D.J. Fluker, the Chargers now have Max Tuerk, Chris Watt, Kenny Wiggins, Trevor Robinson, rookie Donavon Clark and three UDFA's all fighting for a roster spots in Training Camp while guys like Chris Hairston and Tyreek Burwell could also fill in as help at Guard.
Also, with Huey no longer on the team I guess there goes that idea:
Chargers signed G Michael Huey, maybe he can talk to his brothers Duey & Louie & convince their great uncle Scrooge McDuck to fund a stadium— Garrett Sisti (@GarrettSisti) March 31, 2015