So far this offseason, the Chargers have continued to show us that they mean business in 2021 as they’ve almost entirely revamped important areas of their football team that needed some new life entering Brandon Staley’s first season at the helm. Last year’s offensive line is no more (minus Bryan Bulaga) and the secondary lost key personalities in Casey Hayward and Rayshawn Jenkins.
Michael Davis is the only notable in-house free agent that has been brought back while role players such as Stephen Anderson, Brandon Facyson, and Michael Badgley have also returned to battle for snaps and playing time.
Long-time Bolts such as Hunter Henry, Isaac Rochell, and Dan Feeney are now with other clubs and it’s not looking good for the likes of Forrest Lamp.
For today, I wanted to see what everyone’s thoughts were on the amount of in-house free agents singing elsewhere and if you believe it to be a positive or negative move for the Chargers. I can probably guess most of your responses, but I wanted to hear them anyway. So let me know in the comments below.
Now for today’s links.
Michael Davis discusses re-signing with the Bolts (Chargers.com)
Jared Cook said Justin Herbert was a big reason why he signed with L.A. (Chargers.com)
Wins and losses from the first week of Chargers free agency (Bolt Beat)
The Bolts could benefit from one more offensive line addition via free agency (Chargers Wire)
Five more lawsuits were filed in the Deshaun Watson case (ESPN)
Which free agent deals were the most underrated? (ESPN)
Sammy Watkins is visiting the Ravens today (NFL.com)
Devonta Smith didn’t perform at Alabama’s pro day (NFL.com)
One move every NFL team should still make this offseason (Bleacher Report)
Joe Flacco is visiting the Eagles (Pro Football Talk)