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The Chargers have agreed to sign free agent LB Nick Vigil, per NFL Insider Adam Caplan (via Twitter). Ben Baby of ESPN.com tweets that it’s a one-year deal. Vigil was selected by the Bengals in the third round of the 2016 draft and spent the first four years of his career with Cincinnati.

The Utah State turned in a productive platform year in 2019, starting in all 16 games and recording 111 tackles while playing virtually all of the Bengals’ defensive snaps. Advanced metrics were not overly fond of his work, ranking him as the 42nd-best linebacker out of 58 players who played in at least half of his team’s snaps.

But Vigil will not turn 27 until August, and a short-term pact on a fairly young ‘backer with plenty of starting experience and tackling ability makes sense for the Chargers. Indeed, the division-rival Raiders were said to be interested in Vigil before filling their LB needs elsewhere.

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Authentic Bryan Bulaga Jersey and Authentic Chris Harris Jr. Jersey will be playing on different sides of the ball for the Los Angeles Chargers, but both cited a familiar trait about why they decided to sign with the team early in free agency — familiarity.

Both players will be reuniting with their former position coaches. Defensive backs coach Ron Milus coached Harris Jr. during his first two seasons in the league (2011 and ’12) in Denver while offensive line coach James Campen was Bulaga’s coach from 2010 through ’18 at Green Bay.

Bulaga is a Marian Central grad from Crystal Lake. Bulaga said he was hoping that he would be able to work out a deal with the Chargers after Campen was hired. Campen was with Cleveland last season after leaving Green Bay.

Bulaga said the one thing he liked about Campen was that he realizes linemen have different styles.

“He has ways he wants guys to do things in terms of footwork and hand placement but he also realizes every guys is not built the same way. He is not going to fit guys in a cookie-cutter mode,” Bulaga said. “He refines that and works on the things that you do. He works with guys and allows them to use things they are comfortable with.”

Bulaga is expected to help improve an offensive line that struggled last season because of inexperience and injuries. Pro Football Focus rated the Chargers line as the second-worst unit in the league on pass blocking.

Guard Michael Schofield and center/guard Authentic Dan Feeney Jersey were the only ones to start all 16 games while center Mike Pouncey was lost after five games because of a neck injury.

Bulaga played left tackle in college at Iowa but has been strictly at right tackle in the NFL.

Being reunited with Milus wasn’t the only reason why Harris Jr. left the Broncos for their AFC West rival after nine seasons. A big factor was going back to mainly playing as a slot corner after predominately playing the outside last year for the first time in his career.

Harris Jr. said he received plenty of interest from other teams. The Chargers were not thought to be a landing spot until they made a late bid.

“There were teams that offered the same amount or more money, but it wasn’t the right fit. The main thing the Charges brought me in for was to bring me back to playing all over the field,” Harris Jr. said.

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“He is a great technician and put us in a spot to make plays. He was able to make my game better,” Harris Jr. said. “I took a lot of what he gave me my first couple years and added it to my game.”

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“There was a lot of change and turnovers during the past couple years (in Cincinnati),” Vigil said. “We had a lot of veteran players there that helped my first couple years, but then we went through a learning curve with younger players and new systems.”

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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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Despite the great seasons from Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, the depth of the receiving group was a problem in 2019. Dontrelle Inman and Travis Benjamin both got placed on injured reserve fairly early in the season. Benjamin has been signed by the 49ers, and it’s unlikely Inman is back either.

Currently, the third receiver on the depth chart would beAuthentic Andre Patton Jersey. While there’s a good chance for Patton to keep developing and improving, there should be doubts about his ability to play such a pivotal role in 2020. He struggled with drops last season, as well as separation. Players likeAuthentic Jason Moore Jersey and Authentic Jalen Guyton Jersey also fall into the developmental category.

The LA Chargers need a bona fide third receiver option who can take the pressure of Allen and Williams. From the rest of the free-agent pool and the draft, there are some interesting options.

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    The Chiefs have a tight cap. The NFL’s internal salary report found that the Chiefs have just $555K in cap space. While not necessarily a problem for the Super Bowl champions, they will have to shed some talent over the coming years, especially with the inevitable Patrick Mahomes extension.

That almost definitely means losing Demarcus Robinson. While never top two on the depth chart, Robinson has always had good ability in getting separation and has great speed. He went from 288 receiving yards in 2018 to 449 receiving yards in 2019.

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The Chargers don’t have a lot of money to spend in free agency, but Robinson wouldn’t cost a lot. It’s hard to pin a value on him in week two of free agency, but it’s probably $2-4 million in average annual value. That’s a range the Chargers can certainly reach.

Robinson will be just 26 heading into the 2020 season. While he can sometimes struggle with drops, his route running ability and separation are probably the best out of the remaining free-agent class. He’s got great talent and athleticism at a low price point. It just seems like a Tom Telesco type move.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — Philip Rivers turned 36 years old on Friday. So how did the Los Angeles Chargers’ veteran quarterback celebrate? Rivers attended the team’s holiday party here in Orange County.

I asked some teammates what they would get Rivers for his birthday and received some head-scratching from players in the locker room. A few joked they would get a rocking chair for the aging signal-caller.

But head coach Anthony Lynn — who let Rivers break down the team huddle after practice on Friday, a tradition established this season for all players on their birthday — had another idea. “What do I get him? Hopefully, he helps us get a win this week,” Lynn said, laughing. “I’m asking.”

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

Diego Olvera
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Replying to @eric_d_williams
Why Jatavis Brown is not playing??
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@eric_d_williams: Jatavis Brown appears to have recovered from a high ankle sprain he suffered earlier this season. He has not appeared on the Chargers’ injury report since Week 7, so he’s as healthy as any player can be entering Week 14 of an NFL season.

However, since Week 5 Brown has played an average of 20 snaps a game, and just three defensive snaps in each of the last two games. So what gives?

Brown led the team in tackles last season with 76 and seems a good fit for defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s Cover 3 scheme because of his explosive athletic ability and speed. Well, Brown’s reduction in snaps has little to do with his skill set and is more about the person playing in front of him, safety Adrian Phillips. Bradley likes Phillips because of his ability to communicate pre-snap and anticipate route concepts during the play.

The Chargers face three-receiver formations 64 percent of the time. And instead of going with a nickel defense (five defensive backs) they’ve jumped into dime (six defensive backs), which means Phillips lines up as the WILL (weak side outside) linebacker. And the Chargers have been successful with Phillips on the field. Since Week 5, they are allowing just 5.1 yards per play against three-receiver sets, No. 6 in the NFL.

When the Chargers switch to a base defense, Hayes Pullard has been on the field with Denzel Perryman because he’s a little bigger body than Brown inside. Pullard also has an intimate understanding of Bradley’s scheme because he’s played in it since his college days at USC when Monte Kiffin ran a similar scheme for the Trojans.

Kiffin was Bradley’s mentor. Bradley’s first job in the NFL was as a linebackers coach on Kiffin’s defensive staff with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Things could change down the road for Brown. But like Jerry Attaochu, who hasn’t played that much this season because of the emergence of defensive end Chris McCain, Brown has to be patient.

The Chargers are playing at a high level on defense right now, so if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.

Adam Glass
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What do you think Eric is the better result for the bolts in the raiders/chiefs game? #chargersmail
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@eric_d_williams: Even though both the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders sit at 6-6, Chargers fans should be rooting for the Silver-and-Black getting a win at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Chargers hold the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Raiders because they defeated them earlier this season, and Oakland has a tougher schedule in its remaining four games.

Chargers fans also should be rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers (10-2) to handle the Baltimore Ravens (7-5) and for the Indianapolis Colts (3-9) to defeat the Buffalo Bills (6-6).

You can take a spin on ESPN’s Playoff Machine to test out the different scenarios.

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This offseason, we want you to get to know our players a little more off the field.
While you may be aware guard Forrest Lamp was selected in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, here are five fun facts you may not know about number 77.
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Pregame Superstition Ritual: Lamp admits he is slightly superstitious. To back that up, he admits he listens to the same songs before each game. However, one in particular is his designated hype song. “I’m a big Future guy so I like a couple of the Future songs that are a little bit older. I like ‘March Madness,’ that’s the biggest one. That’s the one I listen to before every game That’s the one I go to.”

Brotherly Love: “I’m one of four brothers and two of them are twins.” Lamp, the oldest, called growing up in an all-boy home “awesome” and a “dream come true.”

Landscaper Lamp: The first job Lamp ever held was working for a family friend’s landscaping company in Florida. “I loved it because it was my first job. I mean, I loved the money! I was (in my teens) so any type of money (you get) you’re happy to have. Ten dollars is like $100.” As for Lamp’s tasks, he did anything and everything related to landscaping including weeding, trimming bushes and laying mulch. The experience paid off because Lamp says it’s made him very handy today.

Fan of the Big Fella: Being that Lamp grew up in Florida, he cites his two NBA teams of choice as the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat. As for his favorite player of all time? Look no further than Shaquille O’Neal. “I played the five spot when I was in high school. I was nowhere near as good as him, obviously! But he was my favorite player.”

Call of Duty: Because they’re all spread apart, Lamp said one of the ways he stays in touch with his brothers is by playing video games with them. “We’re all really close and it’s one of the ways we can hang out anymore.” Their game of choice? Call of Duty. “We’re a big Call of Duty family. You can talk to each other (while playing). We’re all on the same team so there’s a little bit of team bonding; brotherly bonding. It’s just fun.” While he said there is some trash talking, he admitted his brothers are all better at playing than he is.
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