Los Angeles Chargers Depth Chart
Warning to young ‘bubble’ players: don’t celebrate making the active roster until week two. Each year some surprise cuts are made by teams to avoid guaranteed salaries, but many of these players are brought back by their team in week two.
Chargers Foster Sarell, Austen Pleasants, and Cam Brown saw plenty of action in the first preseason game. Who else is getting opportunities to fight for a roster spot?
Elijah Dotson, Easton Stick, and Derius Davis lead the way in the Chargers first preseason bout, while Dustin Hopkins and Rountree might be "out." Also - does anyone miss Joe Lombardi?
Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler, and the team as a whole provide solid post-hype betting lines.
The Chargers have a very intriguing late-round flier at tight end.
A year after ranking sixth, the Chargers moved up a spot in this year’s edition of the top supporting casts in the NFL.
James was the top-ranked safety among a special group of young players, including Micah Parson and Justin Jefferson.
The Chargers gain special teams and receiver depth by signing the former Bison.
How important is success in 2023 given how leveraged the Chargers are in 2024?
Chargers add more beef to the interior defensive line after the draft