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. Davis also contributed in the run game by being one of the Bolts’ best blocking receivers after being one of the last players to make the final 53-man roster at the start of the season.
Heading into the 2019 season, the Chargers will be looking to find out who’s going to step up and take the third wide receiver spot. At this very moment, that competition is between Davis, Travis Benjamin, last year’s sixth-round pick Dylan Cantrell, and Artavis Scott.
With a big physical frame, it wouldn’t surprise me to see an uptick in snaps for Davis next season, but my money is on Cantrell to win the spot, barring the release of Benjamin, whom has become more frustrating to the team each year that he remains on the roster.
Either way, looks like the Bolts are set at wideout for the foreseeable future.