2024 NFL Offseason: Los Angeles Chargers


Los Angeles Chargers (Last Year: 5-12)



Season Summary:
The Chargers were arguably the most disappointing team in the NFL last year. Injuries and poor coaching capsized their chances, but there’s still plenty of talent on the roster.






Offseason Moves:
  • Bears acquire WR Keenan Allen from Chargers for 4th-round pick






    Team Needs:
    1. Two Cornerbacks: The inability to stop the pass was the Chargers’ greatest weakness last year. Their cornerbacks aside from Asante Samuel Jr. were horrific. Signed Kristian Fulton

    2. Linebacker: Kenneth Murray has been a huge bust. It’s time the Chargers finally replace him. Signed Denzel Perryman and Troy Dye

    3. Defensive Tackle: San Angeles was able to generate plenty of pressure on the edge, but that didn’t happen nearly as much in the interior. Signed Poona Ford

    4. Guard: The Chargers had horrific guard play last year. There’s a chance one of their guards will pan out, but at least one interior blocker should be added.

    5. Right Tackle: It’s unclear why the Chargers gave Trey Pipkins a big contract. He continued to be a liability last year.

    6. Running Back: Austin Ekeler is an impending free agent, but there were some age (29) and durability concerns with him anyway. Signed Gus Edwards

    7. Tight End: Gerald Everett needed to be upgraded, but he’s scheduled to hit the market anyway. Signed Will Dissly and Hayden Hurst




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    2024 NFL Free Agent Signings:





    Los Angeles Chargers Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.





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