On Monday evening, defensive tackle Damion Square announced on his instagram account that he has been re-signed by the Chargers.
Square returns to the Bolts as a solid veteran presence along the interior of the defensive line who can play all positions up front. While mostly an interior defender, Square played outside at the big end spot in place of Joey Bosa back in 2018 and found success. In 2019, Square totaled 27 tackles, one tackle-for-loss, and two pass deflections in 16 games with four stats. His best season with the Chargers was that ‘18 season when he collected 31 tackles, three for loss, three sacks, and a trio of pass deflections at the line across 11 starts in 16 games.
Square has been with the Chargers since the 2014 season. After entering the NFL in 2013 as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, Square spent also spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs before finding a home with the Chargers. After seeing no game time in first season in San Diego, Square has since made 23 career starts for the Bolts.