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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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Los Angeles Chargers offensive lineman Authentic Bryan Bulaga Jersey is not happy with his peers.

On Tuesday, Bulaga expressed his disappointment over the lack of participation from NFL players in voting for the new CBA, as 22 percent of eligible players elected not to vote.

“I’m very confused why so many guys didn’t vote. It was a big deal,” Bulaga said, via Joe Reedy of The Associated Press.

While Bulaga would not reveal which side he chose in his vote, he was a bit discouraged that such a large number of players chose not to place a vote at all:

“The CBA isn’t something we’re voting on for ourselves,” said Bulaga. “It’s a big decision and to see so many guys not vote is disheartening.”

The new agreement increases the percentage of revenues given to players and upgrades their pensions, but it also means that an extra game will be played in the regular season starting in 2021.

“Regardless of how it went it probably would have been encouraging if more guys voted,” added Bulaga. “It’s interesting and unfortunate. Guys are able to do what they want.”

Bulaga signed a three-year, $30 million deal with the Chargers in free agency a couple of weeks ago.

The 31-year-old, who played his collegiate football at the University of Iowa, was originally selected by the Green Bay Packers in the first round (23rd pick overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

He spent the first 10 years of his career with the Packers, establishing himself as one of the club’s best offensive linemen.

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The Chargers made a few changes to their practice squad on Wednesday.

Los Angeles released linebacker Curtis Akins and cornerback Kemon Hall. Wide receiver Artavis Scott was designated practice squad injured with an unspecified injury.

To fill their spots, the Bolts signed cornerback Authentic Tevaughn Campbell Jersey, wide receiver Anthony Johnson and tight end Authentic Stephen Anderson Jersey, the team announced.

After spending four seasons in the Canadian Football League (CFL), Campbell signed with the Jets in January. He appeared in four preseason games, where he posted nine tackles (five solo) and three passes defensed.

After posting 2,367 yards, 25 touchdowns on 133 receptions in two seasons with the University at Buffalo, Johnson signed with the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent. He played in four games this preseason, tallying five catches for 55 yards.

Anderson entered the league with the Texans as an undrafted agent free agent in 2016. He appeared in 28 games through two seasons with Houston, posting 36 receptions for 435 yards and two touchdowns. Anderson went on to sign with the Patriots’ practice squad last September. He played in three games this preseason, catching only one pass for three yards.

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Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said his team will basically dust off the same itinerary the Bolts used in Week 5 when they earned their first victory of the season on the road against the New York Giants.

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The Chargers will stay in the same hotel when they play at MetLife Stadium for the second time this season — this time against the 5-9 New York Jets. At 7-7 with faint hopes of a postseason run, the Chargers hope for a similar result they had against the Giants.

Third-year pro Kyle Emanuel and the rest of the linebackers position group got into the holiday spirit with these festive outfits for the trip back east. The Chargers traveled on Friday for the Sunday game.

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“Anytime you can have something similar and you’ve had success with it, I think it helps,” Lynn said. “We’re going to the same hotel and playing in the same stadium, so, yes, I do believe that helps.”

Let’s take a look at a couple of questions from this week’s mailbag.

Will Tyrell Williams take on a larger role in the offense with Henry out? Who will get the majority of Henry’s available targets? #chargersmail

— JP (@idkandidc1234) December 23, 2017
@eric_d_williams: Tyrell Williams has been targeted 14 times over the last three games. And with tight end Hunter Henry out, Williams should help pick up some of the slack, particularly with his ability to create chunk plays.

I think Williams has a good matchup on the perimeter against the Jets’ smaller corners if he gets man coverage.

With Hunter Henry out, Tyrell Williams should see more targets from Philip Rivers. AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill
The Jets have given up 27 passing touchdowns this year, tied for second-worst in the NFL. And New York has allowed 53 passing plays of 20 yards or more, also second-worst in the NFL.

So the Chargers and Philip Rivers should have some opportunities to create big plays against a leaky Jets’ secondary. Williams’ 17.4 yards per reception is No. 6 in the league among qualified receivers.

Will we finally see more of J. Brown on the field with Perryman most likely out? Or will Hayes-Pullard make the start?

— Francisco Sanchez (@franchez619) December 23, 2017
@eric_d_williams: We should see Hayes Pullard start in place of Denzel Perryman at middle linebacker. However, I do expect the Chargers to run a little more base personnel, which means that Jatavis Brown or Korey Toomer should be on the field more on early down situations.

However, according to ESPN Stats & Information, the Jets ran 3-WR personnel (one running back, three receivers and one tight end) on 571 plays this season, tied for eighth-most in the NFL, so the Chargers likely will run some dime defense (six defensive backs) against that personnel group. That means a heavy dose of Adrian Phillips close to the line of scrimmage.

Brown tied with Phillips last week with a game-high eight combined tackles in a loss against the Kansas City Chiefs. And the Chargers will need Brown to be active again on Sunday against a Jets’ offense that will look to run the football with Bryce Petty making his second start of the season in place of injured quarterback Josh McCown.

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King Dunlap is abdicating.
The former Eagles and Chargers offensive tackle will retire after nine years in professional football, his agents announced Monday.

Made expendable by the signing of Russell Okung, Dunlap was released by the Chargers in March and had opportunities to sign elsewhere, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, but has chosen to call it quits.

Dunlap started in 65 of 98 games played in over his career, but, hampered by leg injuries and migraines, only completed a full 16-game slate once (2014).