The Chargers agreed to terms with cornerback Richard Crawford, who was waived by the Redskins this month, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Crawford will replace just-released corner Richard Marshall on the roster, the paper said.
After a string of rough games against the Chiefs and the Broncos, the Chargers have parted ways with cornerback Richard Marshall, according to Pro Football Talk on Monday. Marshall registered 24 combined tackles over eight games.
The Chargers have re-signed cornerback Richard Marshall according to NFL Network. Marshall finished last year with 71 total tackles with six passes defensed and a forced fumble.
Despite losing several players to injury, the Chargers DST did not get blown away by the Broncos' top-ranked offense in the 24-17 playoff loss at Denver. But San Diego could not get its defense off the field. Denver converted 9 of 13 third downs and controlled the ball for more than 35 minutes. The Chargers DST forced two turnovers, cornerback Richard Marshall recovering tight end Julius Thomas' fumble and linebacker Donald Butler intercepting a deflected pass in the end zone. The unit produced no sacks.
Chargers cornerback Richard Marshall defended two passes in the win over the Giants, giving him six this season. Marshall made five tackles, all solo, and has 56 stops this year. He'll visit Denver in Week 15.