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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Should the Bolts re-sign Jason Verrett?

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The draft weakness Chargers GM Tom Telesco must overcome - Tyler Schoon
Personally, I’m tired of watching a patchwork team of low-caliber offensive linemen try and protect the greatest quarterback in franchise history. Telesco has been one of the most brilliant general managers when it comes to late-round talent, but has yet to find a single lineman in the draft that has shown to be anything more than a fine second string player.

No, the Chargers aren't going to reunite with Eric Weddle - Tyler Schoon
Much disgruntled, Weddle signed with the Baltimore Ravens in free agency and experienced a solid continuation of his career. Along the way, as all organizations due, the Chargers made several roster cuts, many of them necessary due to salary cap or injury issues. Some player transactions, including the release of tackle King Dunlap, were openly criticized by their former safety:

Rating how active every NFL team will be in 2019 free agency -
The Chargers traditionally are selective in free agency, waiting for things to calm down after the first few days of high-dollar investments on players before making a move. This year likely will not be any different. The Chargers are in the bottom half of the NFL in terms of cap space ($25.8 million), but could take a calculated risk on a player at a position of need like linebacker or defensive lineman.

Why the Chargers should re-sign former first-rounder Jason Verrett - Eric D. Williams
"We'll kind of see where it goes," Telesco said at the NFL scouting combine last week. "The fact of us knowing him, knowing the type of player he is and knowing the type of person he is, certainly it would [factor in Verrett returning]."

Chargers Working To Re-Sign Denzel Perryman - Zach Links
Perryman, a second-round pick in 2015, is no stranger to the injury bug. In 2017, Perryman started the year on IR and went right back after seven games. Still, the Chargers are hopeful that he can stay on the field and provide the team with continuity in the front seven.

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