The Chargers are definitely not done making HUGE moves this free agency period.
Per Ian Rapoport and ESPN’s Josina Anderson, the Chargers are signing former Broncos All-Pro cornerback Chris Harris. Harris joins an already talented secondary that includes the likes of Casey Hayward, Desmond King, and Derwin James.
Harris played all 16 games for Denver in 2019, collecting 56 total tackles, a tackle-for-loss, six passes breakups, one interception, and a forced fumble.
The Chargers will have to figure out where Desmond King and Harris are going to play while on the field together since both are two of the top slot cornerbacks in the entire league. Regardless, you can never have too many good defenders on your team. This move, paired with the signing of defensive linemen Linval Joseph, shows that the Chargers are firmly committed to competing with the likes of the Kansas City Chiefs and that explosive offense.