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Chargers make trio of roster transactions

The Bolts retain a pair of UDFAs.

Carolina Panthers v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

On Wednesday afternoon, the Chargers announced the signings of wide receiver Jason Moore and defensive end Jessie Lemonier to the practice squad. In a corresponding move, the Bolts released defensive tackle Lee Autry.

The 6’3, 210-pound Moore was signed as an undrafted free agent following the 2019 NFL draft out of Division II Findlay University (Ohio). He has two career receptions with the Chargers, both of which came last year against the Steelers for 43 yards.

Lemonier is a 6’3, 245-pound pass rusher that signed with the Bolts out of Liberty University following this year’s draft. He has spent most of his time on the practice squad this season before being activated the last few weeks due to Melvin Ingram being placed on IR after the loss to the Carolina Panthers. He is currently the team’s last option at the LEO position behind Ingram, Uchenna Nwosu, and Emeke Egbule.

Autry was also an undrafted free agent that the Chargers signed earlier this year to fill the practice squad after starter Justin Jones was put on IR. He played collegiately at Mississippi State University and is the brother of NFL defensive tackle Denico Autry.