Dzubnar was promoted to the active roster after signing with the Chargers on Saturday.
It's unlikely he'll have much of a fantasy impact in the early going, but there's a chance he can move his way up the depth chart as the season progresses.
Verrett (knee) has been placed on injured reserve.
The decision comes as no surprise following the announcement he'd receive season-ending surgery. In theory, Verrett could return after Week 10, but given the extent of the injury, any such scenario seems a bit unrealistic at the moment. Without Verrett, the Chargers will likely rely on Trevor Williams and Desmond King to slide into his spot.
Verrett has decided to undergo season-ending knee surgery, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Verrett's status has been in question since he sat out Thursday's practice two weeks ago with a knee injury, and it now appears the worst-case scenario has come to fruition, and he will not play again in 2017. Verrett is among the league's top cornerbacks when healthy, but this will be the third time in four years as a pro he has missed a significant portion of the season, so it remains to be seen what level of production he provides when he returns.
Barksdale (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Barksdale did not participate at Friday's practice after being a full participant Thursday, so it's difficult to gauge his likelihood to play at this point. Chris Hairston will likely fill in at right tackle if Barksdale is unable to suit up.
Verrett (knee) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Verrett did not practice this week and currently has no timetable for his return. It doesn't look good at this point for the oft-injured cornerback, but determinations have yet to be made on his status beyond this week. Trevor Williams and rookie Desmond King will again see increased snaps in his absence.