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2017 NFL Free Agency Tracker: Chargers FA Rumors and Signings

All the signings and rumors for the Los Angeles Chargers in the early days of NFL Free Agency 2017.

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The “Legal Tampering” period for Free Agency has begun. Teams only have a few days to re-sign their own free agents, cut players to free up cap space or decide to let players walk. Rumors and legitimate news will be pouring in so we will compile it all here.

This article will serve as a one-stop shop for rumors and free agent signings for the Chargers. We will update this regularly as rumors and news come to light.

Free Agent Signings

Russell Okung 4yrs, $53M

Players Re-Signed

Melvin Ingram (Franchise Tag)
Jahleel Addae 4yrs $22M, $8M Gtd It's actually worse 4yrs $22.5M, $10M Gtd
Mike Windt 4yrs $4.41M
Kellen Clemens 1yr
Dontrelle Inman 1yr RFA Tender (Lowest)
Korey Toomer 1yr RFA Tender (Lowest)
Adrian Phillips 1yr ERFA Tender
Sean McGrath 1yr ERFA Tender
Andre Williams 1yr ERFA Tender
Asante Cleveland 1yr ERFA Tender
Isaiah Burse 1yr ERFA Tender
Geremy Davis 1yr ERFA Tender

Players Released

D.J. Fluker
Stevie Johnson
Brandon Flowers
King Dunlap

Players Lost in Free Agency

Danny Woodhead

Free Agent Rumors

King Dunlap - Now that Okung has been signed, we’re just waiting for news that Dunlap has been released or restructured.

Jahleel Addae - The Chargers have offered a contract to Jahleel Addae, who somehow continues to get consideration as a starting Safety. [Editor’s Note: I mean, he is okay as a starter when he’s healthy.)

Danny Woodhead - And despite efforts by the Chargers and Broncos to sign him, the Ravens swooped in and secured the services of everyone’s favorite third down back.

Robert Woods - Well, so much for Robert Woods rejoining Anthony Lynn in Los Angeles. It looks like he is heading to the Rams instead.

Russell Okung - Obviously the Chargers were not content to roll into next season with King Dunlap at left tackle, so they opened up Dean Spanos’ wallet for a big improvement.

Kellen Clemens - The veteran backup is coming back for a fourth season because who cares about giving yourself a chance to win if Rivers gets hurt?

Keep checking (or just bookmark this post) for the latest in the early days of NFL Free Agency.