The Chargers have been fairly quiet through the first two days of the legal tampering period but they’ve just broke their silence by tendering three young players.
Cornerback Michael Davis received a second-round tender while defensive end Isaac Rochell and offensive tackle Trent Scott were tendered as exclusive rights free agents.
Davis is a former undrafted free agent out of Brigham Young University. He has started 21 games and played in 43 total. He played and started in 12 games in 2019, finishing with 39 total tackles, nine passes defended, and two interceptions.
Rochell was a seventh-round pick back in 2017 out of Notre Dame who has been a part of the rotation along the defensive line for the last three years. His best year came in 2018 when he started three games and recorded five sacks.
Scott is a former undrafted linemen out of Grambling State who has played sparingly when Sam Tevi or Russell Okung have been out due to injury.