Los Angeles Chargers

Stadium: StubHub Center | Coach: Anthony Lynn
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense5th99.7 (23rd)276.9 (1st)
Defense15th131.1 (30th)197.2 (4th)
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37Addae, Jahleel SS5-101951/24/19905Central Michigan
13Allen, Keenan WR6-22114/27/19925California
97Attaochu, Jeremiah DE6-32521/17/19934Georgia Tech
72Barksdale, Joe T6-53261/4/19887LSU
12Benjamin, Travis WR5-1017512/29/19896Miami (Fla.)
99Bosa, Joey DE6-52807/11/19952Ohio State
33Boston, Tre FS6-12056/25/19924North Carolina
57Brown, Jatavis ILB5-112212/18/19942Akron
10Clemens, Kellen QB6-22206/6/198312Oregon
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.
30Ekeler, Austin RB5-92005/17/1995RWestern State (Colo.)
51Emanuel, Kyle OLB6-32508/16/19913North Dakota State
66Feeney, Dan G6-43105/29/1994RIndiana
85Gates, Antonio TE6-42556/18/198015Kent State
28Gordon, Melvin RB6-12154/13/19933Wisconsin
75Hairston, Chris T6-63304/26/19896Clemson
35Hansbrough, Russell RB5-919511/19/19931Missouri
26Hayward, Casey CB5-111929/9/19896Vanderbilt
54Ingram, Melvin OLB6-22474/26/19896South Carolina
25Jenkins, Rayshawn SAF6-12201/25/1994RMiami (Fla.)
7Jones, Cardale QB6-52509/29/19922Ohio State
8Kaser, Drew P6-22062/11/19932Texas A&M
20King, Desmond DB5-1020012/14/1994RIowa
94Liuget, Corey DE6-23003/18/19907Illinois
29Mager, Craig CB5-112006/11/19923Texas State
40McCain, Chris DE6-523611/21/19913California
84McGrath, Sean TE6-525912/3/19873Henderson State
92Mebane, Brandon NT6-13111/15/198511California
76Okung, Russell T6-531010/7/19878Oklahoma State
74Ola, Michael T6-53124/19/19884Hampton
32Oliver, Branden RB5-82085/7/19914Buffalo
95Palepoi, Tenny DE6-129812/19/19904Utah
52Perryman, Denzel ILB5-1124012/5/19923Miami (Fla.)
31Phillips, Adrian FS5-112103/28/19923Texas
93Philon, Darius DE6-13001/22/19943Arkansas
50Pullard, Hayes MLB6-02354/18/19923Southern California
73Pulley, Spencer C6-43084/4/19932Vanderbilt
17Rivers, Philip QB6-522812/8/198114NC State
98Rochell, Isaac DE6-32804/22/1995RNotre Dame
6Rose, Nick K6-22005/5/19941Texas
78Schofield, Michael T6-630111/15/19904Michigan
71Square, Damion NT6-22932/6/19895Alabama
69Tevi, Sam T6-531511/15/1994RUtah
56Toomer, Korey ILB6-223512/9/19884Idaho
34Watt, Derek FB6-223411/7/19922Wisconsin
79Wiggins, Kenny G6-63148/8/19884Fresno State
16Williams, Tyrell WR6-42052/12/19923Western Oregon
81Williams, Mike WR6-322010/4/1994RClemson
24Williams, Trevor CB5-111919/15/19932Penn State
47Windt, Mike LS6-12375/29/19868Cincinnati
Injured Players
89Burse, Isaiah (IR) WR5-1018712/8/19913Fresno State
63Clark, Donavon (IR) G6-431511/12/19922Michigan State
45Cleveland, Asante (IR) TE6-52603/21/19923Miami (Fla.)
60DeBoer, Dillon (IR) C6-53007/26/1994RFlorida Atlantic
96Eulls, Kaleb (IR) DT6-43096/28/19912Mississippi State
27Farrow, Kenneth (IR) RB5-92193/7/19932Houston
59Hekking, Brock (IR) LB6-325010/6/19912Nevada
86Henry, Hunter (IR) TE6-525012/7/19942Arkansas
70Johnstone, Tyler (IR) T6-53019/29/1992ROregon
77Lamp, Forrest (IR) G6-43102/20/1994RWestern Kentucky
46Landrum, Chris (IR) DE6-22459/14/19922Jacksonville State
50Moore, Charmeachealle (IR) LB6-02351/30/1993RKansas State
9Novak, Nick (IR) K6-02008/21/198110Maryland
68Slauson, Matt (IR) G6-53152/18/19869Nebraska
22Verrett, Jason (IR) CB5-101886/18/19914TCU
44Williams, Andre (IR) RB6-02208/28/19923Boston College
Practice Squad
 Bowman, Braedon TE6-32401/30/19942South Alabama
 Hendy, A.J. SAF6-02064/8/19931Maryland
 Onwualu, James LB6-12359/4/1994RNotre Dame
88Patton, Andre WR6-22005/28/1994RRutgers
 Richards, Jeff DB6-22101/3/1991REmporia State
 Richardson, Whitney DE6-5251//RLane
82Scott, Artavis WR5-1119512/12/1994RClemson
 Simmons, Jalen RB5-82204/1/19921South Carolina State
 Toner, Cole G6-53003/13/19942Harvard
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Position Listing
Michael Ola
The Chargers signed Ola to a contact Tuesday.

Ola will join the Chargers for a second stint after previously suiting up for the team in 2015. The 6-foot-5 veteran tackle is expected to serve in a depth role along the Chargers' offensive line.

Kyle Emanuel
No Updates
Melvin Gordon
Gordon (ankle) carried the ball 17 times for 93 yards and also caught six of his seven targets for 31 yards in the 30-10 shellacking of the Raiders on Sunday.

You couldn't tell Gordon was limited in practice all week with a sprained ankle, as the third-year running back posted his second highest yards-per-carry average (5.5) of 2017 in a dominating performance to close the season. While the 24-year-old missed out on averaging at least four yards-per-carry for a third consecutive season, Gordon did cross the 1,000-yard threshold for the first time in his career, and also set a career-high in receptions and receiving yards. The do-it-all running back appears to be entering his prime, and in an offense hellbent on featuring its running back both on the ground and through the air, Gordon's projected usage rate will once again have him slotted among the first handful of picks in fantasy drafts come the new campaign.

Cardale Jones
Jones was mentioned specifically by general manager Tom Telesco in his end-of-year press conference as someone who has "some great tools", Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official sitereports.

It's a pretty generic line, but important to note given the conversation initially started with a discussion about starting quarterback Philip Rivers, and how long he might be able to play. Jones joined the Chargers during the opening week of the preseason, but failed to make much of an impression, with a handful of analysts suggesting the former Ohio State product could even be part of the team's final cuts. While Jones remained on the roster, the Chargers did retain the services of Kellen Clemens, who once again acted as the backup behind Rivers. With Clemens expected to hit free agency this offseason and a full year in the system, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Jones compete for a backup role behind Rivers this autumn.

Denzel Perryman
Perryman (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Sidelined for the Chargers' Week 16 win over the Jets, Perryman gained clearance for the regular-season finale after putting in a trio of limited practices this week. Perryman's return to action will result in fewer snaps to go around for depth linebackers Jatavis Brown and Korey Toomer.

Andre Williams
Williams (wrist) is listed as a running back potentially on the roster bubble according to ESPN's Eric D. Williams.

Williams was hardly utilized during the 2017 season, carrying the ball just nine times despite being active for eight games. A restricted free agent entering the offseason, it appears as if Williams opportunity for a larger role in the offense has fallen to the wayside, thanks to the development of undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler, and the continued improvement of starter Melvin Gordon. While nominal backup Branden Oliver is expected to depart this offseason, should the Chargers choose to retain Williams, it would likely be more so for depth, as opposed to expected increase in opportunities.

Wrist - Injured Reserve
Nick Dzubnar
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.

Travis Benjamin
Benjamin caught four of his five targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in the 30-10 win Sunday over the Raiders. He also carried the ball twice for four yards.

Week 17 wound up being one of the best of the season for Benjamin, as the sixth-year receiver only crossed 50 receiving yards four times during the year, including Sunday's performance. With all of the Chargers' major receiving options healthy for the majority of the season, Benjamin simply saw a reduced role in 2017, acting as a glorified gadget player throughout much of the campaign. So long as the Chargers retain their squadron of weapons heading into 2018, Benjamin's fantasy worth may be best suited merely for best ball leagues.

Antonio Gates
Gates indicated he plans on returning for the 2018 season, but didn't rule out joining another team during the offseason, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Gates quietly faded into a backup role behind emerging young tight end Hunter Henry, but a lacerated spleen in Week 14 to the aforementioned starter thrust the 37-year-old back into the spotlight. Despite a noticeable lack of speed, Gates was still a receiving force to end the campaign, totaling 10 receptions (14 targets), 127 receiving yards and a touchdown over the final two weeks of the season. Gates himself seemed to be pleased with the performance, suggesting it "reinforced" he could still play in the NFL: "Sometimes when you're in a backup role, you're not sure what you can do because you're not put in position to do it. I had an opportunity these last two weeks to see what I could do physically, and I felt good." An unrestricted free agent entering the offseason and already boasting a resume worthy of a future Hall of Famer, Gates appears set to look for an elusive Super Bowl win, whether it be on the Chargers or another team on the brink of contention. While a starting workload might be too much to ask of Gates, who will turn 38 in June, the veteran tight end could be a serviceable member for any team in need of a reliable receiving threat and a positive leader in the locker room.

Isaiah Burse
Burse (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.

Burse's head injury seems like it could be more serious than we originally thought. He'll need to make a full recovery before returning to action.

Concussion - Injured Reserve
Chris Hairston
Hairston was placed on the Non-Football Illness list Thursday and has been ruled out for the year, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Hairston was expected to serve as a backup tackle for most of the 2017 season. The team signed offensive lineman Tyler Marz from the Titans' practice squad to take over that role in Hairston's absence.

Undisclosed - Out for the start of training camp
Tyrell Williams
Williams finished the year with 43 receptions for 728 receiving yards and four touchdowns, including a three-catch, 67-yard performance Sunday against the Raiders in which he also snagged a touchdown.

Williams burst onto the scene in 2016, racking up over 1,000 receiving yards as seemingly the lone explosive option in an offense decimated by injuries. With players such as Melvin Gordon and Keenan Allen able to play a full 16-game seasons in 2017, Williams was simply relegated to the fourth or fifth option on offense, and as a result his target count took a dramatic turn for the worse (50 less targets this season). A restricted free agent heading into the offseason, Williams is expected to return to the Chargers in 2018, but with 2017 first-round pick Mike Williams in tow, as well as speedy receiving option Travis Benjamin, it wouldn't exactly be a surprise to see the third-year receiver leave should the team be properly compensated.

Jason Verrett
General manager Tom Telesco expects Verrett will be healthy enough to participate in offseason programs, Ricky Henne of Chargers.com reports.

Verrett missed all but one game of the 2017 season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL, the second time in as many years the fourth-year corner had surgery on his troublesome knee. With Verrett on track to play come 2018, the Chargers could boast one of the best secondaries in the NFL, led by standout corner Casey Hayward.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Corey Liuget
Liuget (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Liuget will miss his second consecutive tilt due to a grade 2 PCL sprain, which he suffered in Week 15. Darius Philon and Damion Square could see expanded roles at defensive tackle next to starter Brandon Mebane.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
James Onwualu
Onwualu was waived by the Chargers on Saturday.

Onwualu was let go as the team opted to bring back cornerback Craig Mager to bolster its secondary depth. The undrafted rookie contributed mostly on special teams with the Chargers this season.

Austin Ekeler
Ekeler (hand) finished his rookie season with 47 carries for 260 yards and two touchdowns, as well as 27 receptions for 279 yards and three touchdowns.

It would have been interesting to see Ekeler's final numbers if not for a broken ring finger that forced the 22-year-old to essentially miss the final two games of the regular season. Given it took until Week 7 for the undrafted rookie free agent to see more than eight touches in a game, Ekeler's final statistics were nothing short of remarkable. Given his small frame and relatively unheralded pedigree, Ekeler doesn't project to be anything more than multi-faceted scatback in Los Angeles. But given the success of Danny Woodhead and Darren Sproles in the past, Ekeler could easily develop into a capable asset in points-per-reception leagues, even with Melvin Gordon around to siphon off the majority of the touches from the backfield.

Kaleb Eulls
Eulls (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.

Eulls will have to sit out his second season following the IR designation. The Mississippi State product was not expected to have any significant role coming into this season.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Spencer Pulley
Pulley (knee) logged a full practice Wednesday.

With the full session, Pulley is on track to play Saturday against the Chiefs, barring a setback. The center has yet to miss a game this season while anchoring the Chargers' offensive line.

Forrest Lamp
Lamp (knee) is on track to return for OTAs in the spring, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports.

The 2017 second-round pick underwent surgery in August to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, but it looks as if the lineman should be ready to practice heading into the next campaign. Projected as a starting guard prior to the injury, the emergence of Kenny Wiggins will likely make it more difficult for Lamp to find a starting spot along the offensive line.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Melvin Ingram
Ingram recorded a half of a sack as well as three tackles (two solo) in the Week 17 win over the Raiders. He finishes 2017 with 56 tackles, 10.5 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries, one of which went for a touchdown.

The 10.5 sacks tied a career-high mark for Ingram, as the 28-year-old came on strong to end the season, tallying two sacks in the final four weeks of the campaign. Alongside dominant edge rusher Joey Bosa, Ingram figures to be in prime position to repeat his performance in 2018.

Rayshawn Jenkins
No Updates
Korey Toomer
Toomer accumulated 48 tackles, a sack, two forced fumbles and an interception returned for a touchdown across 15 games in 2017.

Toomer rotated with Hayes Pullard as the starting inside linebacker to start the season, but once Denzel Perryman returned from a preseason ankle injury in Week 10, the 29-year-old was essentially slotted as a special teams player. While Toomer racked up the numbers during his time in the starting lineup, the defense struggled to stop the run, only turning things around when Perryman made his 2017 debut. With Perryman expected to be fully healthy next season, Pullard still hanging around as a cheap backup and the tantalizing promise of second-year inside linebacker Jatavis Brown, it'll be interesting to see whether the Chargers make an effort to re-sign Toomer. An unrestricted free agent this season, Toomer could be a serviceable option in deeper IDP leagues should he find a home as a starting inside linebacker.

Sean McGrath
McGrath caught both of his targets for 23 yards in the 14-7 win over the Jets on Sunday.

With Hunter Henry placed on injured reserve due to a spleen injury, McGrath seemed set to receive a larger volume of targets Sunday. That didn't end up being the case, as Antonio Gates rekindled the flames of old with quarterback Philip Rivers, turning back the clock to put together a vintage performance (six catches for 81 yards and a touchdown). Given both McGrath and third-string tight end Jeff Cumberland saw less than 30 snaps Sunday, it seems unlikely either player will find themselves in a position of fantasy relevance in Week 17.

Dillon DeBoer
Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Matt Slauson
The Chargers placed Slauson (biceps) on injured reserve Tuesday.

Slauson is slated to undergo surgery Wednesday or Thursday to address the torn biceps, which he suffered in Sunday's win over the Broncos. With Slauson out for the season, rookie Dan Feeney is expected to take over as the Chargers' starting left guard.

Biceps - Injured Reserve
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 the start of training camp
Chris Landrum
Landrum (shoulder) reverted to injured reserve Wednesday.

Landrum hurt his shoulder in training camp and wasn't available for either of the Chargers' first two preseason games. He's likely stuck on IR all season unless he agrees to an injury settlement.

Shoulder - Injured Reserve
A.J. Hendy
No Updates
Kenneth Farrow
Farrow (ankle) was reverted to the Chargers' injured reserve after being waived/injured.

Farrow was waived/injured Saturday due to an ankle injury that kept him out since the team's second preseason game. The injury ended up being a costly one, as it appears to have cost him a chance at the No. 3 spot on Los Angeles' depth chart.

Ankle - Injured Reserve
Jatavis Brown
Brown (abdomen) was a full participant in practice Thursday.

Brown was all over the field on Saturday for the Chargers, registering eight tackles. However, he seemed to suffer an abdominal injury in the process. Given his full participation Thursday, the linebacker should be ready to go Sunday against the Jets.

Tenny Palepoi
Palepoi was reinstated from the reserve/suspended list Tuesday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.

After serving three games of a four-game suspension at the end of the 2016 season, Palepoi was reinstated after sitting out Week 1. He projects to provide depth on the Chargers' defensive line going forward.

Cole Toner
Toner (undisclosed) was released from the Patriots practice squad/injured list after agreeing to an injury settlement Monday, per the league's official transaction log.

Toner, whose injury situation remains behind closed doors, is now free to sign a contract with another organization.

Geremy Davis
Davis (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Redskins.

Since being promoted back to the Chargers' 53-man roster, Davis has made just one appearance for the team, logging six offensive snaps in the Week 13 win over the Browns. With fellow wideout Mike Williams (knee) back in the fold Sunday, however, Davis will don street clothes as usual.

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.

Drew Kaser
No Updates
Tyler Johnstone
Donavon Clark
Clark (knee) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.

Clark's knee injuries have derailed his on-the-field progression over the last several years and will likely strip him of any 2017 impact.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Sam Tevi
No Updates
Russell Okung
Okung (groin) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Though he never advanced from limited participation in practices this week, Okung will be able to return from a one-game absence to start for the Chargers with their playoff hopes on the line. Sam Tevi will settle back into a reserve role with Okung available.

Casey Hayward
Hayward tallied 40 tackles, four interceptions, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and 22 passes defended in 2017.

Hayward was voted second-team All-Pro for the second consecutive season, perhaps underscoring another dominant campaign from the 28-year-old. Hayward has clearly emerged as one of the better cover corners since coming over from Green Bay in 2016, but he likely doesn't post enough consistent counting numbers to be a reliable IDP asset in shallow leagues.

Tre Boston
Boston is listed as a key free agent to bring back according to ESPN's Eric D. Williams.

Boston signed a one-year deal with the Chargers in the offseason and promptly led the unit in interceptions (five), including one in the team's final game against the Raiders. The 25-year-old was also tied for the second-most tackles on the team, registering a career-high 79 tackles in Gus Bradley's multi-faceted 3-4 defense. Given the variety of talented safeties already locked in on the Chargers defense, it's unlikely the team would pay an exorbitant amount to keep Boston around, but given the fourth-year safety put together his best statistical season with his the club, it might be in Boston's best interest to return to Los Angeles for a second season.

Nick Novak
General manager Tom Telesco didn't rule out retaining Novak (back) for another season, ESPN's Eric D. Williams reports.

Novak, one of four kickers the Chargers trotted out during 2017, was placed on injured reserve in Week 13 after suffering from a reoccurring back injury. While the team did sign Roberto Aguayo to a future/reserve contract Wednesday, it appears as if Novak could still be a part of a competition down the road. The 36-year-old made nine of his 13 field-goal attempts in seven games this season.

Back - Injured Reserve
Charmeachealle Moore
Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Joey Bosa
Bosa won't play in the Pro Bowl due to a finger injury, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Ringing in with the fifth-most sacks (43, tied with the Titans) in the NFL by the end of the regular season, the Chargers were spearheaded by Bosa's team-high 12.5, which surpassed his total as a rookie by two. While his sacks per game reduced slightly from 0.88 in 2016 to 0.78 this year, he clearly was a better all-around defender, racking up 70 tackles, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in 16 contests. The extent of the finger injury isn't known, but it likely won't impact his availability once the offseason program begins in April.

Finger - Questionable for the start of training camp
Philip Rivers
Rivers completed 28 of 37 passes for 387 yards and three touchdowns in the 30-10 win over the Raiders on Sunday.

It wasn't enough for the Chargers to clinch a spot in the playoffs, but Rivers continued his excellent play to end the year, tearing apart a beleaguered Raiders secondary to the tune of 387 passing yards, his second highest total of the season. The 36-year-old hardly lost a step in 2017, throwing only five fewer touchdowns compared to the year prior while shaving off a whopping 11 interceptions from his 2016 figures. While there were rumblings in the offseason that the Chargers were intent on finding a replacement for their aging quarterback, yet another 4,000-yard passing season should pave the way for Rivers to start another campaign, so long as the veteran quarterback is interested in coming back for his 15th season.

Nick Rose
Rose made one of his three field-goal attempts with the Chargers this season.

Rose, the fourth kicker the Chargers brought in during the regular season, struggled to make much of an impact during his two weeks as the starter. General manager Tom Telesco made a point of emphasizing the need to find a capable kicker in his final press conference of the season, which likely means Rose won't be around to begin the 2018 campaign.

Isaac Rochell
Rochell was promoted to the Chargers' active roster Tuesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Rochell has been on the Chargers' practice squad since getting waived prior to Week 2. He now will rejoin the team as a depth defensive end.

Jeff Cumberland
The Chargers will sign Cumberland to a contract this week, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.

The Chargers already have four tight ends on the roster, suggesting that Cumberland's addition may be a byproduct of one of those other options at the position dealing with a yet-to-be-disclosed injury. Whether that's in fact the case or not, Cumberland will still be buried on the depth chart and is unlikely to see an abundance of snaps on offense. Cumberland last appeared in the league with the Jets in 2015, hauling in five of 14 targets for 77 yards and no scores.

Joe Barksdale
Barksdale is active for Sunday's game against the Jets despite dealing with a hip injury this week.

Barksdale was held out of practice both Wednesday and Thursday, though he was able to register a limited session on Friday. He'll be expected to see his typical role as a starting tackle for the team.

Desmond King
King recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) and a sack in Sunday's 30-13 win over the Redskins.

Not only did King lead the team in tackles against the Redskins, but Sunday's 10 tackles was also a career high for the 22-year-old rookie. Given he's now recorded at least a sack or an interception in four of the last five games, the Iowa product has quietly solidified himself as a IDP option in deeper leagues. So long as the Chargers continue to operate with three safeties on the field in Gus Bradley's exotic 3-4 defensive scheme, King has the potential to rack up more numbers in the weeks to come.

Keenan Allen
Allen caught nine of his 12 targets for 133 yards and a touchdown in the 30-10 win over the Raiders on Sunday. He also recovered a fumble for a touchdown early in the contest.

Finally healthy after two seasons ruined by serious injuries, Allen capitalized on his immense potential by recording 102 receptions and 1,393 receiving yards, easily career-highs for the 25-year-old. So long as veteran quarterback Philip Rivers returns for his 15th season in the NFL, Allen projects as a potential early-round selection in redraft leagues come the fall, particularly in points-per-reception leagues given the 25-year-old's immense usage rate (159 targets in 2017).

Whitney Richardson
No Updates
Adrian Phillips
Phillips (ankle) was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Broncos.

Phillips injured his ankle last week against the Jets and wasn't available to practice this week. He'll finish the 2017 season with 63 tackles, five defensed passes, two interceptions and one forced fumble across 15 games.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Chris McCain
McCain is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills with a quadriceps injury.

McCain's only practice reps this week came in a limited session Friday, so he is likely a game-day decision at this point. Hayes Pullard (neck) and James Onwualu (quadriceps) are listed as doubtful, so if McCain is unable to play Sunday, the Chargers' linebacking corps will have their depth severely tested.

Branden Oliver
Oliver played in eight games this season, carrying the ball 35 times for 83 yards and also catching six passes for 26 yards.

Oliver was projected for a larger role in Week 17 with Melvin Gordon seemingly limited by an ankle injury, but the 2015 first-round pick exploded for over 120 total yards in the dominant win, relegating Oliver to his usual diminished workload. The 26-year-old was slotted to be the de-facto backup behind Gordon entering the year, but was quickly passed by explosive undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler, and was moved further down the depth chart after sustaining a broken wrist. An unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career, Oliver might be a candidate to move on from the Chargers given the emergence of Ekeler and the potential return of Andre Williams (wrist), who hit injured reserve in Week 14. A small but stoutly built running back, Oliver doesn't figure to be anything more than a change-of-pace option for whatever team he joins.

Sean Culkin
No Updates
Hayes Pullard
Pullard recorded eight tackles (four solo) and recovered a fumble in the Chargers' 14-7 win Sunday over the Jets.

Pullard filled in admirably for starting middle linebacker Denzel Perryman, who missed Sunday's game due to a hamstring injury. Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reported Perryman could be available in Week 17, meaning Pullard likely would lose his luster as an IDP option if he returned to his role as a backup linebacker.

Craig Mager
Mager agreed to join the Chargers practice squad Monday after getting waived by the club Debbie L. Skylar of MyNewsLA.com reports.

Mager played 21 games, starting 10, for the Chargers over the previous two seasons. He could see some time on the 53-man roster this season depending on injuries in front of him.

Russell Hansbrough
Hansbrough (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

The Chargers added Hansbrough from the practice squad Friday as insurance at running back, but with starter Melvin Gordon (ankle) cleared to play, the team didn't have a need to keep Hansbrough active. Branden Oliver and Austin Ekeler will dress as Gordon's backups in Week 17.

Hunter Henry
Henry (abdomen) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports.

Henry was placed on IR with a small laceration on his kidney, which he suffered in Saturday night's loss to the Chiefs. His season comes to an end after 14 contests in which he recorded 45 receptions for 579 yards and four touchdowns. Look for the Chargers to deploy some combination of Antonio Gates, Jeff Cumberland and Sean McGrath for the final two games of the regular season as they fight to stay in the playoff hunt.

Abdomen - Injured Reserve
Mike Windt
No Updates
Michael Schofield
Schofield was claimed by the Chargers on Sunday, Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com reports.

Schofield figures to function as a depth lineman for the Chargers. Schofield was previously with Denver before being claimed by Los Angeles.

Jalen Simmons
Simmons signed a reserve/future contract with the Giants on Tuesday, per the league's official media site.

Simmons has bounced around on practice squads since entering the league in 2016, but he has yet to receive a promotion to an active roster. He'll need quite the camp to make the 53-man roster come fall, as the Giants now have five total running backs on their roster.

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.

Jeff Richards
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Jeremiah Attaochu
Attaochu was a full participant at the Chargers practice Sunday.

Attaochu was questionable for the season opener due to a hamstring injury and ultimately did not play. He appeared recovered from the issue prior to Week 2, as he logged full practices all week. However, he was ruled inactive for the team's loss to the Dolphins. It's unclear if he suffered a setback or just wasn't in the team's game plan. The 24-year-old is on track to make his season debut Sunday against the Chiefs unless he sees another healthy scratch.

Mike Williams
Williams did not record a catch in Sunday's win over the Raiders, finishing his rookie season with 11 catches for 95 yards.

Disappointing doesn't begin to describe Williams' rookie season, as the No. 7 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft had a hard time even getting on the field, much less factoring in on offense. A herniated disc in Williams' back suffered during the preseason essentially ended the rookie's season before it even began, as the 23-year-old never got in much of a rhythm with quarterback Philip Rivers and was firmly behind Keenan Allen, Tyrell Williams and Travis Benjamin on the depth chart by the time he was activated from the PUP list in Week 6. The Chargers presumably invested enough draft capital in the Clemson product to give him an extended run at a starting spot in the near future, but with Keenan Allen locked in as the team's No. 1 receiving option, and Tyrell Williams (restricted free agent) and Benjamin both lingering as potentially receiving threats for seasons to come, it's hard to pinpoint Williams' fantasy worth come 2018.

Jahleel Addae
Addae finished 2017 with 96 tackles (66 solo), a half of a sack and seven defended passes.

For the first time since his rookie season, Addae managed to stay healthy for the entire campaign, acting as an in-the-box safety for an opportunistic Chargers defense. Not surprisingly, the fifth-year safety posted a career-high in tackles, a figure that also slotted in as the sixth most among safeties this season. Long heralded as an intriguing prospect thanks to his reputation as a hard-hitting safety, Addae figures to be one of the better IDP options at his position heading into 2018, even despite his ability to force turnovers (one interception in five seasons).

Andre Patton
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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.

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Artavis Scott
Scott and the Chargers agreed to a reserve/future deal Tuesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Scott went undrafted out of Clemson during the 2017 Draft. He subsequently signed with the Chargers before ultimately being waived prior to Week 1. After a season on their practice squad, he will look to earn himself a role on the 53-man roster in 2018.

Braedon Bowman
Bowman signed a reserve/futures contract with the Chargers on Monday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Bowman was waived by the Saints at roster cutdowns in September and was trying to make the team as a long snapper. The 23-year-old will likely be more involved at tight end in the Chargers' offseason program, but the versatility is valuable nonetheless.

Kellen Clemens
Clemens finished 2017 with 36 passing yards and an interception across eight passes and enters the offseason as an unrestricted free agent.

Clemens once again played sparingly for the Chargers, making only one meaningful appearance in 2017, a Week 10 mop-up performance against the Bills. The long-time backup has entered free agency in the past only to re-sign with the Chargers, but with the team trading for Cardale Jones in the preseason, there's a chance the 34-year-old may simply not have a roster spot available come the fall.

Kenny Wiggins
Wiggins (ankle) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Wiggins sprained his ankle Tuesday, but any worry was short-lived. The 29-year-old will continue as the starting right guard.

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.