Dunlap retired from the NFL on Monday, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports.
Dunlap was released by the Chargers earlier in the offseason after the team brought in tackle Russell Okung. The veteran started in 65 of the 98 games he played in during his nine-year career with the Eagles and Chargers, but he also dealt with several injuries along the way.
The Chargers have re-signed starting left tackle King Dunlap to a four-year contract, the team announced Friday. The deal is reportedly worth $28 million over the four years, according to the Union Tribune.
Dunlap has spent the last two seasons with San Diego, starting all 16 games in 2014. In seven seasons, Dunlap has started 79 games for the Chargers and Eagles.
Several Chargers who were on the injury report are active for the game at Denver, including offensive tackles King Dunlap (ankle) and D.J. Fluker (ankle), center Nick Hardwick (neck/concussion), defensive end Kendall Reyes (ankle) and safety Eric Weddle (hamstring).
The Chargers have listed three players as probable for their game Sunday against the Broncos. They are tackle King Dunlap (ankle), defensive end Kendall Reyes (ankle) and safety Eric Weddle (hamstring).
Two key Chargers have been listed as questionable for Sunday against the Giants. Wideout Eddie Royal (toe/chest) and linebacker Jarret Johnson (hand) have received that desgination.
The probables on their injury report are offensive linemen King Dunlap (neck), D.J. Fluker (ankle) and Nick Hardwick (neck), defensive ends Corey Liuget (knee) and Lawrence Guy (toe) and wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins (knee).
The Chargers have listed their inactives for Week 13 at home against the Bengals. The following players were: King Dunlap, Eddie Royal, Jarret Johnson, Brad Sorensen, Brandon Taylor, Kwame Geathers and Willie Smith.
The Chargers have placed 12 players on their injury list as they prepare to host Cincinnati on Sunday, but only one will probably not play. Tackle King Dunlap is doubtful with a neck injury that had him limited in practice Thursday and Friday.
Listed as questionable are linebacker Jarret Johnson (hand), wideout Eddie Royal (toe/chest) and safety Darrell Stuckey (concussion).
The Chargers have made QB Brad Sorensen, SS Brandon Taylor, LB Jarret Johnson, OT King Dunlap, DL Kwame Geathers, WR Lavelle Hawkins and OT Willie Smith inactive Week 12 against the Chiefs.
Johnson had hand surgery, and came into the game doubtful. He and Dunlop are the two starters expected to miss the game.
Only one Chargers player has been ruled out and another listed as doubtful for Sunday in Kansas City. But they are both key starters. The first is tackle King Dunlap (neck), who won't play. The other is linebacker Jarret Johnson (hand).
The Chargers are missing left tackle King Dunlap (neck) and cornerback Johnny Patrick (concussion) in practice on Wednesday. Dunlap didn't play Sunday in Miami. Patrick suffered his injury during the game and must clear protocol to be active in Week 12 against Kansas City.
The Chargers have released their inactive list for the game Sunday in Miami. It includes injured tackles Mike Remmers (ankle) and King Dunlap (neck)
The others are healthy scratches. They are defensive tackle Kwame Geathers, wideout Lavelle Hawkins, linebacker Adrian Robinson, quarterback Brad Sorensen and safety Brandon Taylor.
Chargers tackle King Dunlap will not play Sunday in Miami. A neck injury prevented him from participating in any practice this week. He is the lone San Diego player who has been ruled out.
A neck strain had Chargers starting left tackle King Dunlap sidelined from practice on Wednesday, the San Diego Union-Tribune has reported. Dunlap has been hit with injuries this year. His second concussion of the season knocked him out of the game Sunday against Denver.
Chargers offensive lineman King Dunlap will not return Week 10 against the Broncos.
Dunlop suffered a concussion, and was taken to the locker room in the middle of the third quarter. The team announced he will not return.
Chargers LT King Dunlap had to leave Sunday's Week 7 game at Jacksonville due to a concussion. He left the game in the first half and could not return as he was ruled out for the rest of the contest.
The Chargers have an extremely banged up offensive line at the moment. Dunlap suffered a concussion Sept. 22 against Tennessee and missed two games before returning.
Four Chargers offensive linemen who were on the injury report are active against the Colts. Guard Jeromey Clary (clavicle), tackle King Dunlap (concussion) and center Rich Ohrnberger (groin) were probable, while tackle D.J. Fluker (calf) was questionable.
Chargers injured offensive linemen Rich Ohrnberger (groin), King Dunlap (concussion) and D.J. Fluker (calf) were all on the practice field Saturday in various conditions.
Fluker was limited and is considered questionable to play in the Week 6 Monday night game at home against the Colts. Dunlap and Ohrnberger are both considered probable on the official injury report.
The Chargers had eight players on their injured report, but only guard Chad Rinehart (toe) is inactive for the Sunday night game in Oakland.
The healthy inactives are quarterback Brad Sorensen, safety Brandon Taylor, wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, linebacker Tourek Williams, tackle King Dunlap and defensive tackle Kwame Geathers.
The Chargers feature three players listed as probable on their Friday injury report. They are cornerback Derek Cox (knee), running back Ryan Mathews (hamstring) and linebacker Manti Te'o (foot).
King Dunlap (concussion) is out while guard Chad Rinehart (toe) is doubtful.
The Chargers beat the Cowboys without three offensive line starters, and the trio could miss Sunday's game at Oakland, too. Left tackle King Dunlap (concussion), left guard Chad Rinehart (toe) and right guard Jeromey Clary (clavicle) did not practice Wednesday, reports ESPN.com.