Los Angeles Chargers Free Agency
Is the current RB market to blame, or did Ekeler cash-in on an extension too soon?
Contract restructures will force the Chargers to partially rebuild in 2024. Could a slow start in 2023 tempt them to start early?
Allen will look to bounce back from a season where he missed seven games to injury.
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?
The Chargers lost two DBs this offseason. Does Mullen have a shot at grabbing on of those vacancies?
Telesco can use the UFA Tender to retain solid veteran contributors Kyle Van Noy and Bryce Callahan the Monday following the draft.
Coastal Carolina’s Jerrod Clark highlights the Chargers’ latest group of UDFAs.
Will Telesco really select a fourth running back in four years?
They don’t have a "crown jewel" within their free agent class, but they’ve done a solid job, nonetheless.
Fehoko joined the team as an undrafted free agent in 2020.
The Bolts’ offseason isn’t being held in high regard through the first week of the new league year.
The team’s RB1 knows he’s worth more, but knows the business of the NFL isn’t always easy.
Scott initially signed with the Chargers on a one-year deal this time last offseason.
After a breakout season, Tranquill is headed to an AFC West rival.
Norton played in 34 career games with the Chargers over three seasons.
Adderley was the Chargers’ second-round pick in 2019.
Johnson totaled four interceptions in two seasons with the Browns.
Cutting Feiler save the Chargers $6.5 million against the cap.
The Bolts’ RB1 could end up in different colors by the start of the 2023 season.
Could the Chargers now be out entirely on re-signing Drue Tranquill?
Kendricks has led the Vikings in tackles every year since 2016.
Ekeler’s 2023 cap hit of $7.5 million would rank 11th among NFL running backs.
Fournette made the most of his time with the Bucs as a receiving back who performed well in the postseason.
The move clears over $14 million in cap space.
Jones is a former third-round pick of the Broncos.