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While four teams are still fighting for a chance to raise the Lombardi Trophy, 28 other squads are looking to get any kind of jump on the 2020 season as possible and that includes scouring the list of available free agents.

Many teams will carry over the players that were on their practice squad at season’s end by signing them to a futures contract. Rosters balloon back up to 90 players during the offseason so there is no limit to how many players can be signed to a futures contract.

Following the season, the Chargers chose to sign these eight players:

Authentic Cole Toner Jersey, OL: Toner has been in the Chargers’ organization for the past three seasons and has appeared in several preseason games while also spending time on the team’s practice squad. He has played in three regular-season games across his career, which includes time as a member of the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots.

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Authentic Tyree St.Louis Jersey, OL: St. Louis spent time in 2019 with the Chargers on the team’s practice squad. The team saw enough in him to bring him back as part of next season’s 90-man roster.

Authentic Quenton Meeks Jersey, CB: Meeks spent the first season of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and even made one start for the team in 2018, registering eight tackles and two pass deflections in that game. After the Jags waived him in 2019, the Chargers picked him up on waivers and will look to help continue his development.

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De 27 años de edad, tiene 27 atrapadas para 235 yardas en una carrera de tres años que también incluyó una parada con los Cleveland Browns. Jugó en los 16 encuentros hace dos años para Tennessee, pero jugó en solamente en ocho la temporada pasada.

Jennings ha tenido su mayor impacto como regresador de patadas. En 2018, lideró la NFL con un promedio de 31.7 yardas, regresando 22 para 698 yardas con los Titans, incluyendo un touchdown de 94 yardas contra los Miami Dolphins. Ha devuelto 38 patadas en su carrera para 1,052 yardas.

No reclutado en el Draft de 2015, Jennings atrapó 133 pases para 1,667 yardas y 11 touchdowns en Virginia.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — The Los Angeles Chargers made yet another change at kicker, promoting Travis Coons from the practice squad and placing incumbent Nick Novak on injured reserve, ending his season.

It’s an unfortunate fate for Novak, who wanted to be part of the chase for a postseason spot with the Chargers for a second time. However, it’s understandable why coach Anthony Lynn made the decision to go with Coons.

The Chargers’ 63 percent field-goal success rate is worst in the NFL. The Chargers also are giving up 25.5 yards per kick return, fifth-worst in the NFL.

But ultimately, this comment by Lynn earlier this week foreshadowed Novak’s eventual departure: The Chargers (5-6) needed certainty their kicker would be healthy on game day.

“I don’t want to go into this game and be one and done,” Lynn said, alluding to the fact that Novak could not finish the Thanksgiving Day victory over the Dallas Cowboys due to his back issue.

So the Chargers will start their third full-time kicker this season, and fourth used in a game if you include punter Drew Kaser.

Let’s take a look at a two questions from this week’s mailbag.
Paul Maland
Replying to @eric_d_williams
Which three impending free-agent players do you expect to be the highest priority for the team to extend/re-sign? #Chargers
12:04 AM – Dec 2, 2017
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@eric_d_williams: The Chargers have 14 players scheduled to become unrestricted free agents; a few jump out that the team should want to bring back. Free safety Tre Boston certainly bet on himself during the offseason and won.

Released by the Carolina Panthers in a salary-cap savings move in March, Boston signed a one-year, $900,000 deal. He’s tied for third in the NFL with four interceptions and fourth on the Chargers with 56 combined tackles.

At 25, Boston should draw interest throughout the league after his productive 2017 if he hits free agency in March, and the Chargers should do their best before then to retain him.

Offensive lineman Kenny Wiggins also has done a nice job of carving out a niche as the Chargers’ right guard, and has proved over the past two years that he’s a starting player in this league. But with Forrest Lamp set to come back from an ACL knee injury, it will be interesting to see what the interest level is on Wiggins.

The same goes for veteran guard Matt Slauson, who turns 32 in February. Slauson was put on season-ending injured reserve after suffering a torn triceps, but he’s been a leader in the Chargers’ offensive-line room and could still be an asset if brought back.

The other player who caught my eye is safety Adrian Phillips, who has been an impact player in substitution packages defensively. Phillips is the type of role player good teams try to keep around to maintain continuity.

Tight end Antonio Gates will be an unrestricted free agent, but at 37 he might be looking at retirement at the end of his 15th season.

And Jerry Attaochu, a second-round selection by the Chargers in the 2014 draft, can’t get on the field on a consistent basis and likely will be looking for a new home as an unrestricted free agent. The Oakland Raiders, with former Chargers coordinator John Pagano now running that defense, might make some sense.
Bolt Blood
Replying to @eric_d_williams
Any chance Geremy Davis will be active and get some snaps if Mike Williams can’t go? I want to see what the kids got and why they chose him over the other 10 receivers we had in Training Camp.
1:00 AM – Dec 2, 2017
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@eric_d_williams: Geremy Davis would be the Chargers’ fourth healthy receiver, so it makes sense he would be active Sunday against the Cleveland Browns (0-11).

At 6-foot-3 and 211 pounds, Davis is a big, physical receiver who can also contribute on special teams. Davis had nine receptions for 68 yards in preseason and made some impressive catches in practice during training camp.

He also was very productive in college, finishing with 165 catches for 2,292 receiving yards at Connecticut.

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Like any hardcore sports fan, Da’Ron Brown enjoys debating with his friends.
Which is the greatest team of all time?
Who’s better – MJ or LeBron?
Who should be named MVP?
The Chargers wide receiver has always been willing to listen to others’ opinions, except when it comes to naming the league’s best quarterback. For years, he’s passionately argued his case, refusing to give in.
“If you ask any of my friends, they’ll tell you how I’ve always said Philip Rivers is my favorite quarterback,” he said as his eyes lit up. “I’ve (grown up) watching him for a long time. I’m really impressed by his game and the plays he’s able to make. The passes he’s able to make sometimes are crazy. You watch him and you think he’s close to getting sacked, and then, BOOM, out of nowhere he makes that play and you’re like, ‘Wow!’ There are not many quarterbacks able to do what he can do. He’s the best. His playmaking skills are (crazy). Those tight throws; it’s impressive.”
Since joining the Bolts in January, Brown has had the chance to catch passes from his idol. Yet he doesn’t think about that in the moment. Instead of focusing on being on the receiving end of the quarterback he’s watched for over a decade, the wide receiver is instead concentrating on earning his place in a loaded wide receiver corps.
“Out there, I’m just focused on making a play. I’m grateful for this opportunity no matter how long it lasts. I’ll use every chance to prove myself. Everything is about opportunity to hone your craft and show your ability. I love this game. I love this sport. I want to play. This is what I’ve been dreaming for my whole life.”
Brown was the 233rd overall pick selected in the seventh round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs after an impressive career at Northern Illinois. A second team ALL-MAC selection in 2014, he led the team in catches (68), receiving yards (1,065) and touchdown catches (six) as a senior. Overall, he caught 155 passes for 2,295 yards and 19 touchdowns, averaging 14.8 yards per reception.
The 6-0, 199-pound wideout spent all of 2015 on the Chiefs’ practice squad, but was one of the team’s final cuts prior to the 2016 campaign. The next few months were hectic, as he was a member of three teams’ practice squads (New England Patriots, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins) before signing a reserve-future contract with Los Angeles earlier this year.
While his career didn’t begin how he would have liked, Brown wouldn’t change a thing as it led him to the Bolts.
“It’s a business. All you can really do is control what you can control, and the decisions that are made are out of your hands. Once you’re out of it, it’s tough. Bouncing from team to team is not a good thing, but now I’m at a place I want to be. I’m excited to go out there, compete and perform. I’ve been waiting for an opportunity, and I think this is a good one. I’m a competitor. I believe I’m dependable when the quarterback needs me. I’m reliable. This team gave me the opportunity at the right time.”