Los Angeles Chargers

Stadium: StubHub Center | Coach: Anthony Lynn
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense14th94.4 (26th)262.4 (7th)
Defense16th97.9 (10th)249.2 (20th)
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37Addae, Jahleel SS5-101951/24/19905Central Michigan
13Allen, Keenan WR6-22114/27/19925California
97Attaochu, Jeremiah DE6-32521/17/19934Georgia Tech
4Baker, Toby P6-32109/18/1993RArkansas
72Barksdale, Joe T6-53261/4/19887LSU
24Barner, Kenjon RB5-91954/28/19904Oregon
12Benjamin, Travis WR5-1017512/29/19896Miami (Fla.)
6Bercovici, Mike QB6-02042/9/19931Arizona State
99Bosa, Joey DE6-52807/11/19952Ohio State
33Boston, Tre DB6-12056/25/19924North Carolina
67Boyko, Brett G6-63018/4/19921UNLV
57Brown, Jatavis ILB5-112212/18/19942Akron
81Brown, Da'Ron WR6-01999/21/19911Northern Illinois
89Burse, Isaiah WR5-1018712/8/19913Fresno State
78Burwell, Tyreek T6-63103/11/19923Cincinnati
90Carrethers, Ryan NT6-13332/26/19914Arkansas State
63Clark, Donavon G6-431511/12/19922Michigan State
10Clemens, Kellen QB6-22206/6/198312Oregon
40Coleman, Kyle LB6-02319/30/1993RArkansas-Pine Bluff
80Culkin, Sean TE6-52556/11/1993RMissouri
87Cumberland, Jeff TE6-42605/2/19878Illinois
43Davis, Michael CB6-21961/6/1995RBrigham Young
11Davis, Geremy WR6-32111/10/19923Connecticut
48Dzubnar, Nick LB6-12408/15/19913Cal Poly-S.L.O.
3Ekeler, Austin RB5-102005/17/1995RWestern State (Colo.)
51Emanuel, Kyle OLB6-32508/16/19913North Dakota State
 Estes, Mike TE6-4230//RGardner-Webb
96Eulls, Kaleb DT6-43096/28/19912Mississippi State
41Evans, Randall CB6-019512/26/19911Kansas State
27Farrow, Kenneth RB5-92193/7/19932Houston
66Feeney, Dan G6-43105/29/1994RIndiana
85Gates, Antonio TE6-42556/18/198015Kent State
28Gordon, Melvin RB6-12154/13/19933Wisconsin
61Gouger, Barrett C6-43089/30/1993RVanderbilt
75Hairston, Chris T6-63304/26/19896Clemson
58Harris, Nigel LB6-223012/7/1994RSouth Florida
26Hayward, Casey CB5-111929/9/19896Vanderbilt
86Henry, Hunter TE6-525012/7/19942Arkansas
54Ingram, Melvin DE6-22474/26/19896South Carolina
15Inman, Dontrelle WR6-32051/31/19894Virginia
3Jenkins, Rayshawn SAF6-22201/25/1994RMiami (Fla.)
5Jones, Cardale QB6-52509/29/19922Ohio State
1Jones, Jamaal WR6-11891/31/19931Montana
8Kaser, Drew P6-22062/11/19932Texas A&M
36King, Desmond DB5-1020012/14/1994RIowa
9Koo, Younghoe K5-101858/3/1994RGeorgia Southern
2Lambo, Josh K6-021511/19/19903Texas A&M
77Lamp, Forrest G6-43102/20/1994RWestern Kentucky
46Landrum, Chris DE6-22459/14/19922Jacksonville State
94Liuget, Corey DE6-23003/18/19907Illinois
20Lowery, Dwight FS5-112121/23/198610San Jose State
29Mager, Craig CB5-112006/11/19923Texas State
40McCain, Chris DE6-523611/21/19913California
23McCoil, Dexter SS6-42209/5/19912Tulsa
84McGrath, Sean TE6-525912/3/19873Henderson State
92Mebane, Brandon NT6-13111/15/198511California
76Okung, Russell T6-531010/7/19878Oklahoma State
32Oliver, Branden RB5-82085/7/19914Buffalo
49Onwualu, James LB6-12359/4/1994RNotre Dame
83Paige, Mitchell WR5-81807/19/1993RIndiana
95Palepoi, Tenny DE6-129812/19/19904Utah
88Patton, Andre WR6-22005/28/1994RRutgers
53Perry, Joshua ILB6-42534/26/19942Ohio State
52Perryman, Denzel ILB5-1124012/5/19923Miami (Fla.)
31Phillips, Adrian SS5-112103/28/19923Texas
93Philon, Darius DE6-13001/22/19943Arkansas
9Posey, Cameron WR6-119210/27/1993RPurdue
73Pulley, Spencer C6-43084/4/19932Vanderbilt
38Reed, Trovon CB6-019112/30/19902Auburn
35Reid, Ryan DB5-91905/24/1994RBaylor
91Reid, Caraun DT6-229811/23/19914Princeton
17Rivers, Philip QB6-522812/8/198114NC State
98Rochell, Isaac DE6-42804/22/1995RNotre Dame
82Scott, Artavis WR5-1119512/12/1994RClemson
68Slauson, Matt C6-53152/18/19869Nebraska
71Square, Damion NT6-22932/6/19895Alabama
39Stewart, Brandon CB5-111851/29/1994RKansas
69Tevi, Sam T6-531511/15/1994RUtah
56Toomer, Korey ILB6-223512/9/19884Idaho
62Tuerk, Max C6-52981/27/19942Southern California
22Verrett, Jason CB5-101886/18/19914TCU
4Watson, Brad CB6-01908/20/1995RWake Forest
34Watt, Derek FB6-223411/7/19922Wisconsin
46Weiser, Matt TE6-524110/7/1992RBuffalo
79Wiggins, Kenny G6-63148/8/19884Fresno State
44Williams, Andre RB6-02208/28/19923Boston College
16Williams, Tyrell WR6-42052/12/19923Western Oregon
7Williams, Mike WR6-422010/4/1994RClemson
42Williams, Trevor CB5-111919/15/19932Penn State
47Windt, Mike LS6-12375/29/19868Cincinnati
Injured Players
45Cleveland, Asante (IR) TE6-52603/21/19923Miami (Fla.)
60DeBoer, Dillon (IR) C6-53007/26/1994RFlorida Atlantic
59Hekking, Brock (IR) LB6-325010/6/19912Nevada
70Johnstone, Tyler (IR) T6-53019/29/1992ROregon
50Moore, Charmeachealle (IR) LB6-02351/30/1993RKansas State
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
L.A. Chargers6-5312.96-2284.425.22237
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Kyle Emanuel
No Updates
Melvin Gordon
Gordon carried the ball five times for eight yards in Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints.

It was a dismal performance for the Chargers' offense as a whole, as the team failed to score an offensive touchdown the entire game. Gordon played the first three drives of the contest, at one point juking out a defender to the ground on a carry to the outside that netted 11 yards. But with many of the starters along the offensive line resting due to minor injuries, Gordon and the rest of the Chargers' running backs couldn't find much separation upfront, leading to just 66 rushing yards total and a dreadful 2.3 yards-per-carry. Still, it's hard to look into the struggles too much, as the Chargers were playing vanilla formations the entire evening. Next week's contest against the Rams will be the true measuring stick, as the team is expected to play the majority of their starters as they look to get into a rhythm heading into the season.

Cardale Jones
Jones completed seven of 15 passes for 61 yards and threw a pick in Sunday's preseason loss to New Orleans.

Jones' interception in the closing moments of Sunday's game can be forgiven, considering he was backed up against his own end zone and facing 4th and long. What is significantly less excusable is Jones breaking the cardinal rule of two-minute drills by taking back-to-back sacks, which cost the Chargers a total of 24 yards and put them in the aforementioned predicament. Jones' big arm makes him a very intriguing project for offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt to mold in his vertical scheme. Sunday showed, however, that while Kellen Clemens is far from spectacular, he's the safer backup to Philip Rivers at this point.

Matt Weiser
Weiser has signed a contract with the Chargers, Ricky Henne of the team's official site reports.

Weiser spent time with the Chargers last season, catching two passes for eight yards in the preseason before getting his walking papers prior to Week 1. The team waived S Adrian McDonald in a corresponding move.

Denzel Perryman
Perryman (ankle) underwent surgery Tuesday and is expected to be out 8-to-10 weeks, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

Perryman tore a ligament in his left ankle during the Chargers' preseason opener Sunday. He wasn't initially expected to need surgery, which is why his initial timetable for a return was originally 4-to-6 weeks. With Perryman out, Nigel Harris and Korey Toomer are the likeliest candidates to fill the starting role next to Jatavis Brown.

Ankle - Out for Week 1 at Denver
Dwight Lowery
Lowery ended the 2016 campaign with 60 tackles, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery to go along with a defensive touchdown.

Lowery's tackle numbers took a major dip after one-year stints with both the Falcons and Colts, but the veteran safety was a reliable presence for the Chargers in a season filled with injuries and turmoil. Still two years left on his deal, Lowery is expected to return to the starting lineup next season, but likely should only be considered an IDP option in the deepest of leagues.

Andre Williams
Williams finished Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints with 11 carries for 23 yards.

Williams registered the most carries on the team, but all of them came in the second half along with the second- and third-string units. The former Giants castoff is clearly behind starter Melvin Gordon and backup Branden Oliver on the depth chart, but there's still a chance for Williams to earn a roster spot after main competition for the No. 3 role at running back, Kenneth Farrow, injuring his ankle in the latter stages of Sunday's contest.

Mike Estes
No Updates
Nick Dzubnar
Dzubnar is expected to compete for the inside linbacker position after the injury to starter Denzel Perryman, ESPN's Eric D. Williams reports.

Dzubnar has been a special team ace for the Chargers in the past, playing sparingly throughout the past two seasons however he'll get a chance for a bigger role with Perryman expected to miss two months after undergoing ankle surgery. Both Dzubnar and Korey Toomer split reps with the first team defense during practice Wednesday, but Toomer does appear to have the advantage currently, having played in 13 games last season.

Travis Benjamin
Benjamin caught both of his targets for 89 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 48-17 preseason loss to the Seahawks.

Benjamin lived up to his billing as a deep threat in this one, taking a pass from Kellen Clemens 75 yards for a touchdown at the end of the first quarter. The speedster's productivity waned toward the end of the 2016 season, but he should reprise his role as the team's primary downfield threat and will look to generate plenty of impact plays the likes of Sunday's.

Antonio Gates
Gates caught both of his targets for 10 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 48-17 preseason loss to the Seahawks.

Though he played just one series, Gates picked up a first down before capping off a long drive with a five-yard touchdown reception. There has been talk of the Chargers limiting the 37-year-old's involvement this season, but he showed in the preseason opener that he's still capable of making an impact in the red zone even at his advanced age. Gates is unlikely to see much extended run during the preseason and could cede more snaps at tight end to the up-and-coming Hunter Henry in 2017.

Isaiah Burse
Burse caught two of his four targets for 14 yards in the preseason loss to the Seahawks

While Burse is expected to play with a torn shoulder labrum, he's been one of the standout players throughout the beginning stages of training camp. While the second-year player isn't expected to be much of a fantasy asset this season with no less than five receivers ahead of him on the depth chart, Burse could catch onto the roster as return man.

Shoulder - Labrum - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Chris Hairston
No Updates
Tyrell Williams
Head coach Anthony Lynn listed Williams as the team's No. 2 wide receiver on the first, unofficial depth chart of training camp, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

This shouldn't come as much surprise, especially given that the potential challenger for the spot, rookie Mike Williams (back), has not been able to partake in training camp. If things stand the way they are now, (Tyrell) Williams would operate solely as an outside receiver, with Keenan Allen and Travis Benjamin likely rotating from the slot to the outside depending on a given formation. If the back injury that has debilitated (Mike) Williams for the majority of the summer leaks into the regular season, don't be surprised to see (Tyrell) Williams cling onto the starting wide receiver role for the entire duration of the campaign.

Jason Verrett
Verrett (knee) is expected to start the season-opener against the Broncos, Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Head coach Anthony Lynn suggested Verrett's slow recovery from a torn ACL during Week 4 of the 2016 season was part of a concerted effort to "be careful" with the top cornerback. Verrett practiced without restrictions for the first time last week, but has yet to play in a preseason contest. Should he return to full health as expected, Verrett will share the field with Pro Bowl cornerback Casey Heyward, as both are expected to man a given side of the field.

Corey Liuget
Liuget tallied three combined tackles during the Chargers Week 1 loss to the Chiefs.

It was good to see Liuget flying around the field during the Chargers Week 1 performance. The 26-year-old appears to be back to full health after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery last December.

James Onwualu
No Updates
Jamaal Jones
Jones signed a reserve/future contract with the Chargers on Thursday.

Jones was with the Chargers last offseason but was eventually released near the end of the preseason. He'll look to earn a role as a depth receiver and special teams player in 2017.

Austin Ekeler
No Updates
Kaleb Eulls
Eulls (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's matchup with Cleveland.

Eulls was promoted to the Chargers' active roster prior to last week's game. He brings up the bottom of the depth chart, which is why he's a healthy scratch.

Spencer Pulley
Pulley started at center during the team's joint practice with the Rams on Saturday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Pulley took over for incumbent starter Matt Slauson, who shifted over to left guard with Forrest Lamp (knee) expected to miss the rest of the season. The undrafted free agent played 44 snaps at center during the 2016 season.

Forrest Lamp
Lamp was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee.

This is a tough break for Lamp, who was a projected starter at guard and will now miss his entire rookie season. It's likely only a matter of time before he's placed on injured reserve.

Knee - ACL - Out for Week 1 at Denver
Melvin Ingram
Ingram agreed to terms on a four-year deal with Chargers on Sunday.

The Chargers slapped Ingram with the franchise tag in February and with each passing day it seemed less and less likely the two sides would agree to terms on a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline. However, those concerns and any speculation that Ingram could hold out of training camp were put to rest following Sunday's news. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the contract is worth up to $66 million with $42 million guaranteed, which is pricey but well-deserved for a player who accumulated 18.5 sacks across the past two seasons and has developed into one of the most feared pass rushers in the league.

Rayshawn Jenkins
No Updates
Korey Toomer
Toomer registered five tackles (four solo) including a tackle-for-a-loss in Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints.

Perhaps more importantly, Nick Dzubnar, Toomer's main competition for the other inside linebacker job opposite Jatavis Brown, failed to make a tackle on Saints' running back Alvin Kamara that led to a 50-yard touchdown run to begin the first quarter. That drew the ire of head coach Anthony Lynn after the game, giving credence to Toomer's potential starting spot to begin the regular season. In 13 games, Toomer tallied 75 tackles and became a surprisingly sturdy IDP candidate after the Chargers' were beset by injuries.

Sean McGrath
McGrath (knee) was inactive for Sunday's preseason game against the Saints, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

McGrath is still dealing with a hyperextended knee that he suffered in practice last Friday. Should he eventually return to the field, McGrath will be in competition for the No. 3 tight-end spot behind Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates.

Knee - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Dillon DeBoer
Undisclosed - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Ryan Reid
No Updates
Matt Slauson
Slauson started at left guard during the Chargers' joint practice with the Rams on Saturday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

With 2017 second-round pick Forrest Lamp lost for the season after tearing his ACL, the Chargers have already had to rejigger the offensive line, with last year's starting center, Slauson, sliding over to left guard. The veteran's versatility will be particularly helpful, as the team is expected to start at least two newcomers in 2017.

Dan Feeney
No Updates
Michael Davis
No Updates
Brock Hekking
Hekking spent the 2016 season on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury.

Hekking was waived with an injury designation by the Chargers and placed on IR after he cleared waivers. He'll look to remain healthy and catch on as a depth linebacker and special teams player in 2017.

Foot - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Kenjon Barner
Barner (concussion) returned to action during Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints, Eric Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Despite practicing in a limited fashion Thursday, Barner wasn't a candidate to play in preseason Week 2 in the mind of head coach Anthony Lynn on Friday. That said, Barner clearly passed through the final steps of the concussion protocol in the meantime. His performance Sunday was lacking, as evidenced by three carries for minus-one yard and no receptions on one target. His return coincided with RB Kenneth Farrow suffering an ankle injury, though, so the door could be ajar for one of the final spots on the 53-man roster.

Nigel Harris
No Updates
Chris Landrum
The Chargers waived/injured Landrum (shoulder) on Tuesday, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Already facing an uphill battle to claim a roster spot for the Chargers, Landrum's efforts were foiled by a shoulder injury sustained early in training camp, which had prevented him from suiting up in the preseason. The Chargers will dump Landrum to make room on the training-camp roster for defensive lineman Whitney Richardson, but Landrum could remain with the organization and revert to injured reserve if he goes unclaimed off waivers.

Shoulder - Out for Week 1 at Denver
Kenneth Farrow
Farrow is questionable to return to Sunday's preseason contest against the Saints due to an ankle injury.

Farrow didn't receive a touch before his departure, which cannot be said of fellow running backs Melvin Gordon, Brandon Oliver, Andre Williams and Kenjon Barner (concussion). If the injury eventually forces an extended absence, Farrow could find himself out of a job by Week 1.

Ankle - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Josh Lambo
Lambo made his only field-goal attempt in the loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.

Lambo drilled a 53-yard attempt, which would have been one yard short of his career high in a regular-season game. The second-year kicker is embroiled in a duel for the starting job alongside undrafted rookie free agent Younghoe Koo, who made his only extra-point attempt in the first quarter.

Jatavis Brown
Brown finished his rookie season with 79 tackles, 3.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovered.

Knocked for his short stature coming into the 2016 NFL Draft, Brown was an explosive playmaker when on the field. While injuries forced the 22-year-old to miss the better part of five games, Brown also benefited from Manti Teo'o's season-ending Achilles injury, finding himself in the starting unit earlier than most anticipated. With Te'o set to become a free agent, Brown could enter the 2017 season as a sneaky IDP option should the Chargers opt not retain the former Notre Dame star.

Tenny Palepoi
Palepoi (suspension) signed a one-year deal Monday to remain with the Chargers.

Palepoi provides value as a reserve defensive lineman for the Chargers, who credited him with nine quarterback hits last season, marking the third-most on the team. After violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy, however, Palepoi missed San Diego's final three games last year and will be required to sit out Week 1 of this year. Once eligible to return, Palepoi figures to return to his usual depth role.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 2 vs. Miami
Dontrelle Inman
Inman (abdomen) will not suit up for Sunday's preseason game against the Chargers, Eric D. Williams of ESPN reports.

Despite early-August reports that Inman was nearing a return to practice after the wideout participated in individual workouts, he remains out while continuing to nurse the injury. Look for the Chargers to have another update on Inman before the team takes the field next Sunday against the Saints.

Abdomen - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Brad Watson
No Updates
Geremy Davis
Davis (hamstring) made an impressive one-handed catch during Wednesday's practice, Eric Williams of ESPN reports.

Davis missed a valuable showcase opportunity last Saturday due to a hamstring injury, but his presence at practice Wednesday suggests he could be in line to play in the Chargers' second preseason tilt. He'll attempt to once again crack the 53-man roster as a specialist for the club.

Damion Square
Jefferson (groin) is nearing a return to action at training camp, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Jefferson had sports hernia surgery in the latter portion of June, and it appears the Ravens are exercising caution before fully deploying him in training camp. Although head coach John Harbaugh held him out of practice again Friday, he did indicate that Jefferson is ready to go. The 25-year-old played the first four seasons of his career with the Cardinals before signing with the Ravens over the offseason. He tallied 96 tackles, two sacks, and two forced fumbles across 15 games last season. Barring any setbacks, he projects to be the Week 1 starter at free safety.

Max Tuerk
Tuerk (finger) has been suspended four games for violating the league's PED policy, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Tuerk will have the option to appeal but his chances of winning the appeal are close to zero. If the suspension holds, Kenny Wiggins could be the primary backup at center for the season opener.

Finger - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Drew Kaser
No Updates
Tyler Johnstone
Randall Evans
The Eagles have announced that they have signed three of their draft picks. Included are second-rounder and cornerback Eric Rowe, sixth-rounder and cornerback Randall Evans and seventh-rounder and defensive end Brian Mihalik.
Donavon Clark
Clark (knee) played 14 snaps in Sunday's preseason opener against the Seahawks.

Clark suffered the misfortune of tearing his ACL in last summer's preseason opener, which landed him on injured reserve. Prior to the injury, he was projected to serve as D.J. Fluker's backup, and the 2016 seventh-round pick will likely battle for that spot again this season.

Sam Tevi
No Updates
Russell Okung
Okung (ankle) was inactive for Sunday's preseason game against the Saints, Eric D. Williams of ESPN reports.

Okung recently missed Thursday's practice with the ankle injury, but it's likely that the team is just giving one of their prized offensive lineman some extended time off to ensure his health for the coming season.

Ankle - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Casey Hayward
Hayward (hamstring) didn't play in Sunday's preseason game against the Saints, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Hayward tweaked his hamstring during a recent practice, and while it's not thought to be a serious injury, it's no surprise that the Chargers acted cautiously with one of their top defensive backs. This is the second time this summer that Hayward has dealt with a hamstring issue, so it's possible that he sits out further practices and preseason contests to preserve his health for the regular season.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Tre Boston
Boston (knee) notched two tackles (one solo) in Sunday's preseason opener against the Seahawks.

Boston inked a contract with the Chargers in the offseason after totaling a career-high 53 tackles and two interceptions as a member of the Panthers' secondary in 2017. However, a knee injury forced him to injured reserve to close out the campaign. Now healthy, the 24-year-old safety will have to prove his worth as a reserve with his new club in Los Angeles.

Charmeachealle Moore
Joey Bosa
Bosa (finger) took the field for the team's first preseason game Friday against the Seahawks, recording two tackles (both solo).

Bosa dislocated his finger early in training camp, but the issue seems to be a thing of the past. He's avoided surgery on the finger and enters his second campaign looking to build off a 10.5-sack rookie season.

Philip Rivers
Rivers isn't expected to play in Sunday's preseason game against the Saints, Alex Flanagan of NFL Network reports.

The Chargers won't press their luck with Rivers, who was a precise five of six for 56 yards and a touchdown during preseason Week 1. As exhibition season proceeds, expect Rivers to get up to a half of action in the team's next contest Saturday against the Rams. On Sunday, though, Kellen Clemens will get the start, with Cardale Jones receiving plenty of run thereafter, per head coach Anthony Lynn.

Isaac Rochell
No Updates
Jeff Cumberland
Cumberland (leg) will not play in Sunday's preseason game against the Seahawks, Eric D. Williams of ESPN reports.

Cumberland missed Friday's practice due to leg soreness and it appears that ailment is extending into this next week of practice. The Chargers will likely remain cautious with the tight end, especially since he is coming off an Achilles tear. Cumberland is expected to enter the season as No. 3 on the depth chart at best behind both Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates.

Leg - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Da'Ron Brown
The Chiefs have signed six of their draft picks on Monday including: Mitch Morse, Ramik Wilson, D.J. Alexander, James O'Shaughnessy, Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Da'Ron Brown, the team announced.

Morse, a center out of Missouri, was selected in the second round by the Kansas City after starting 39 out of 52 games in college.

Joe Barksdale
Barksdale is day-to-day with a sore foot, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Barksdale's injury seems relatively minor and he should be back practicing within the week. The seven-year vet was recently dealing with an ankle injury that kept him out Sunday's preseason contest. It's unsure whether the two ailments are related.

Ankle - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Desmond King
No Updates
Joshua Perry
No Updates
Brandon Stewart
No Updates
Keenan Allen
Allen caught one of three targets for nine yards in Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints.

Allen, coming off of a torn ACL, and, more recently, a sore calf, played into the second quarter on Sunday in what surely was a welcome sight for Chargers fans. The stud receiver has played in just nine games since the end of the 2014 season, a trend that likely helped lead the Chargers to selecting Mike Williams seventh overall in this year's draft. With Williams' back keeping him out of action, the early performance of the Chargers offense will likely depend in large part on Allen returning to form.

Ryan Carrethers
Carrethers was released by the Chargers on Wednesday, ESPN's Eric Williams reports.

A fifth-rounder in 2014, Carrethers appeared in 20 games for the Chargers and collected 41 tackles along the way. However, he has been a healthy scratch in each game this season and was subsequently waived in order to make room for the addition of CB Steve Williams.

Brett Boyko
No Updates
Adrian Phillips
Phillips signed his exclusive rights tender from the Chargers on Thursday, Ricky Henne of the team's official site reports.

Phillips has worked his way from the Chargers' practice squad in 2014 to fill-in starter last season, culminating with six starts among 14 appearances. The elevated workload translated to 38 tackles (25 solo), three passes defended, and one interception in the latter campaign, but he's destined for a reserve gig in 2017 with No. 1 strong safety Jahleel Addae proving his health down the stretch.

Chris McCain
McCain was waived by the Saints on Monday, The Times-Picayune reports.

McCain was just promoted from the Saints' practice squad to their active roster on Friday, so his stint with the team was short-lived. The 24-year-old is expected to land back on the practice squad if he clears waivers.

Branden Oliver
Oliver carried the ball seven times for 10 yards in Sunday's preseason loss to the Saints.

Oliver was the first running back to enter the contest fort he Chargers after starter Melvin Gordon was removed, taking carries for the majority of the second quarter. It echoes the line the Chargers' coaching staff has been saying since the opening days of training camp: the No. 2 job is Oliver's to lose. It probably helps that Oliver's main competition, Kenneth Farrow (ankle) and Kenjon Barner (concussion), have been hurt, while Andre Williams has been wholly uninspiring. Oliver could be a useful fantasy asset as a handcuff to Gordon, but he's not expected to bring much fantasy value unless the former first-round pick succumbs to an injury.

Sean Culkin
No Updates
Younghoe Koo
No Updates
Craig Mager
Mager did not play in Sunday's game against the Saints due to a hamstring injury, Eric D. Williams of ESPN reports.

Mager has been held out of training camp with what has now been reported as a hamstring injury, and while there was optimism surrounding his status for this past weekend, the team ultimately elected to hold him out yet again. Mager's inability to return to the field may ultimately put a spot for him on the team's final roster in jeopardy.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Barrett Gouger
No Updates
Caraun Reid
Reid (knee) made a nice push through the line during the team's practice session Tuesday, the Chargers' official site reports.

Reid -- who landed on injured reserve in late October last season -- appears to be healthy for this year's training camp. He supplied two tackles (one solo), including one for a loss, during the team's first preseason contest and will look to carry that momentum into a role as a reserve defensive lineman again in 2017.

Tyreek Burwell
Coach Anthony Lynn said Burwell (hand) could play in a game if necessary, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports

While he's still sporting a cast on his right hand, it's nice to see Burwell is close to full health. The notion that he could play if necessary makes it seem like the Chargers are playing this one extra cautious. By all accounts, it's likely he'll be ready for the season opener.

Hand - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Hunter Henry
Henry is expected to receive more snaps this season, ESPN.com's Eric Williams reports.

While Henry finished his rookie season with 36 catches for 478 yards and eight touchdowns, Antonio Gates actually finished the year with more snaps (554) than Henry (546), thanks in large part to a variety of injuries that affected the rookie's durability. Now healthy, Henry appears primed to take an even bigger leap in his second year, as Gates transitions to more of a third-down and red-zone specialist. As a result, it's realistic to assume Henry should surpass his 2016 numbers, making him one of the best up-and-coming TEs in fantasy.

Mike Windt
No Updates
Dexter McCoil
No Updates
Toby Baker
No Updates
Kyle Coleman
Coleman was waived by Seattle on Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Coleman was released by the 'Hawks before the season started in 2016. He played fullback in college and hasn't been able to make the jump into a NFL backfield.

Trovon Reed
Reed did not suit up for Sunday's preseason game against the Saints due to a hip injury, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

When exactly Reed suffered from the hip injury has yet to be reported, but it's likely not a very significant ailment. Reed is expected to serve as a depth option at cornerback this season should he make the team's final roster.

Hip - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Derek Watt
Watt caught his only target for 53 yards in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.

Watt managed to take a simple check down in the first quarter 53 yards, nearly scoring as he was tackled just before the end zone. That play set up the Chargers first touchdown, as Philip Rivers was able to connect with Antonio Gates for a touchdown just three plays later. Watt has primarily been used as a lead blocker for Melvin Gordon, and as a result has next to zero fantasy value as he hasn't been in a position to put together fantasy friendly stats.

Jeremiah Attaochu
Attaochu is week-to-week with a pulled hamstring, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

Attaochu suffered his injury during Sunday's preseason game. Given the vague timetable, it's unknown if he'll be back by the time the regular season rolls around. Expect Chris McCain and Joshua Perry to see some extra reps while Attaochu is sidelined.

Foot - Questionable for Week 1 at Denver
Mike Williams
No Updates
Jahleel Addae
Addae has agreed to re-sign with the Chargers on a four year deal, ESPN's Field Yates reported on Wednesday.

An undrafted free agent in 2013, Addae has developed into a serviceable starting safety, recording at least 50 tackles in each of the last two seasons. Known as one of the hardest-hitting safeties in the league, Addae's aggressive nature has landed him on the injury report in each of the last three seasons, causing him to miss 16 of the 48 games over that stretch,. When healthy, Addae has been a serviceable IDP option, but his injury history and relative lack of turnover-inducing plays (one career interception) likely keeps him from being a must-own in standard IDP formats.

Andre Patton
No Updates
Brandon Mebane
Mebane has fully recovered from the biceps tear he suffered last season, the Orange County Register reports.

Mebane was a welcomed addition to the defensive line during his first season with the Chargers in 2016, producing 21 tackles, a sack and an interception across 10 games. While he unfortunately suffered a torn biceps in Week 10 that forced him to finish the season on injured reserve, his return to full health should allow him to participate in the majority of the team's offseason program.

Darius Philon
Philon has been receiving first-team reps at defensive end as Joey Bosa continues his holdout, ESPN's Eric D. Williams reports.

With Joey Bosa continuing his holdout, Philon has stepped in and performed well during first-team reps. While the second-year pro will likely take a back seat once Bosa arrives to camp, it appears as if Philon has likely worked his way into San Diego's defensive line rotation and should see an increase in snaps heading into the 2016 season.

Asante Cleveland
Cleveland (undisclosed) reverted to injured reserve Tuesday.

Cleveland had been waived/injured Monday due to an undisclosed injury. Unless he agrees to an injury settlement with the Chargers, he's likely stuck on IR throughout the end of the 2017 season.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Artavis Scott
No Updates
Cameron Posey
No Updates
Kellen Clemens
Clemens completed four of 10 passes for 100 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Sunday's preseason loss to the Seahawks.

Clemens struggled mightily with the second unit, throwing two picks due to tipped passes, and adding another turnover to his ledger on a botched handoff. The 33-year-old has been Philip Rivers' backup for the last three seasons, but could face his biggest competition for the gig to date in the form of second-year player Cardale Jones, who also struggled during an abbreviated stint in the third quarter.

Mike Bercovici
Berkovici completed 9 of his 13 pass attempts for 134 yards in Friday's preseason win over the Cardinals.

Berkovici came on in relief of Kellen Clemens, and he was extremely efficient in limited duty, averaging 8.3 yards per attempt and receiving a quarterback rating of 94.4. Berkovici will continue to battle for a roster spot behind Philip Rivers with Kellen Clemens and Zach Mettenberger, and performances such as Friday's will help his cause as the franchise trims the roster moving forward.

Mitchell Paige
No Updates
Kenny Wiggins
Wiggins started at right guard during the team's joint practice with the Rams, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Wiggins continues to impress at training camp, holding off 2016 third-round draft pick Max Tuerk and 2017 rookie Dan Feeney for the gig. Wiggins started one game with the Chargers last season.

Trevor Williams
Williams was activated from the Chargers' practice squad to the 53-man roster, Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports.

The former Penn State cornerback has yet to make his NFL debut. In all likelihood, Williams will function as a special teams asset with San Diego.


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