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Free-agent defensive tackle Authentic Linval Joseph Jersey has agreed to a contract with the Los Angeles Chargers, a source confirmed to ESPN.

NFL Network, which first reported the news, reports it’s a two-year deal worth $17 million.

With the Chargers, Joseph fills a much-needed role on the interior of the defensive line following the departure of veteran nose tackle Brandon Mebane.

The Chargers released Mebane, along with veteran linebacker Thomas Davis, last week to create $9.5 million in salary-cap space as they pursued Tom Brady, who is now expected to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


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Joseph became a free agent on March 13 when the Vikings released him to free up money under the salary cap.

Minnesota saved $10.55 million against the cap by cutting Joseph, whose $12.95 million cap hit made him one of the highest-paid defensive tackles in the league.

Joseph, 31, was the first marquee free-agent signing for Mike Zimmer after he was named Minnesota’s head coach in 2014. Joseph won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants in February 2012 and signed a five-year deal with the Vikings as a free agent two years later. Joseph then signed a four-year extension worth $50 million ($31.5 million guaranteed) in 2017.

Known for his strength against the run, Joseph had been a staple along the Vikings’ defensive line for the past six years. He underwent surgery on his right knee last November to repair a meniscus and returned to action for a Week 13 game at Seattle.

Joseph’s playing time decreased in 2019 due to injuries, which made way for an increase in snaps for backup nose tackle Jaleel Johnson and rookie Armon Watts. Minnesota finished the regular season ranked 20th in rushing defense and struggled against the run in the playoffs.

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A 26-year-old offensive lineman with 80 starts, five straight Pro Bowl nods and a Super Bowl appearance on his NFL resume is switching teams – and coasts.

On Wednesday, the Chargers acquired guard Authentic Trai Turner Jersey from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for offensive tackle Russell Okung. A combination of youth and experience, Turner becomes a major piece to a new-look offensive line led by position coach James Campen.

“It’s kind of like a fresh start,” Turner said. “I get to be in a new facility, new teammates, new coaches, new city. I’m looking at it as like a rejuvenation of my football career.”

Turner’s credentials are as impressive as any O-lineman in the league. A third-round draft pick in 2014, the former LSU standout entered the NFL at 20 years old and started nine games his rookie season.

In 2015, Turner played 98 percent of Carolina’s offensive snaps. The Panthers owned the league’s highest-scoring offense (31.3 points per game) that season and went 15-1 before losing to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50.

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“I firmly believe you lead by actions first,” Turner said. “I plan to do that by leading with my actions first and foremost, and then see where it goes from there. I just want to come in and lead by example – do what I’m supposed to do in workouts, do what I’m supposed to do in the classroom, and most importantly, do what I’m supposed to do on the field.”

Turner said he expects to start at right guard for the Chargers, the position he largely played during his six seasons in Carolina. He’s already had a “good conversation” with Campen, who spent 11 seasons as the Green Bay Packers’ offensive line coach before joining the Cleveland Browns in 2019.

“I’m excited about getting coached up by him,” Turner said.

Sharing the field with explosive offensive weapons isn’t new to Turner, either. He blocked for Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, helping him to win MVP in 2015. Last season, Christian McCaffrey had 2,392 yards from scrimmage and broke his own NFL record for catches by a running back (116).

Turner said he likes what he’s seen from a Chargers offense that includes wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, tight end Hunter Henry, and running back Austin Ekeler. He added that he’s also heard positive things about quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Still, with free agency in its early stages and the draft over a month away, the roster continues to evolve.

“Whoever may be back there, I’m just ready to do my job so everyone around me can shine – because when they look good, I look better.”

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The Los Angeles Chargers announced that they have signed wide receiver Authentic Tyron Johnson Jersey and defensive tackle Authentic P.J. Johnson Jersey to their practice squad.

Johnson, the undrafted rookie out of Oklahoma State, started his professional career with the Houston Texans. He was released on cutdown day, and went on to join the Buffalo Bills, Texans again and the Carolina Panthers.

During his two seasons with the Cowboys, Johnson amassed 94 receptions, 1,589 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Johnson, the former Arizona product, was selected by the Detroit Lions in the seventh-round of the 2019 NFL draft. He was with the team throughout the preseason, but was released on cutdown day.

The 6-foot-4 and 335 pound nose tackle finished his collegiate career with 31 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — The Los Angeles Chargers will hit the road again for the fifth time in nine games this season.

The 3-5 Chargers are 2-2 away from home, winning against the New York Giants and Oakland Raiders, and losing to the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots.

The Chargers play two of their next three games on the road after the bye week. After facing the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, the Chargers host the Buffalo Bills at the StubHub Center, then travel on a short week to face the Dallas Cowboys, who will be without talented running back Ezekiel Elliott, on Thanksgiving Day.

After that, the Chargers finish the year with three of their final five games at home.

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn had this to say when asked about his team’s success so far on the road: “I think sometimes when you go on the road, you feel like it’s us against them. And I think that kind of motivates you a little bit. We’ve embraced it, but like I said, we want to win whether we’re at home or on the road. Our victories just happen to have come on the road this year.”

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

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Will Denzel Perryman’s return this week have a big impact vs the Jags?
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@eric_d_williams: The return of middle linebacker Denzel Perryman should help the Chargers on a couple different fronts.

First and foremost, Perryman is one of the best tackles on the team, so he should improve a run defense that’s giving up 135 rushing yards a contest, second-worst in the NFL.

But in the last three games the Chargers have held opponents to 91.5 rushing yards a contest. The Chargers are facing a pretty talented runner in Jaguars rookie Leonard Fournette, so Perryman should help limit his explosive plays.

Even more important for the Chargers on defense will be the energy that Perryman brings to that side of the football. The University of Miami product is considered a tone setter because of the high intensity level he brings to the field.

If he had not suffered an ankle injury in August, Lynn said that Perryman might have been voted a captain.

So having a player come in midway through the season that can provide leadership and production should be a huge boost to the Chargers on defense.

“It’s going to be great having him back, just his energy level and what he brings to the defense,” Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley said. “He’s very well-respected. I think a lot of the players when they saw him start to practice and getting in some reps they were excited about that.

“So I think with the linebacker situation I’m anticipating him starting, coming and doing that. But just the rotations, now we’re trying to move some guys in and out, and hopefully in the coming week we’ll see him practice and kind of solidify that part of it.”

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What is the biggest hurdle the Chargers need to overcome to develop a more stable run game?
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@eric_d_williams: Running the football successfully takes commitment to get through the trying times and a specific mindset, and I believe the Chargers are moving in the right direction.
Certainly, Lynn is committed to running the football as a head coach. And I believe the Chargers have the right players up front to run the ball consistently and effectively.

But one thing that has to happen to run the ball well is reps, and sometimes teams aren’t willing to go through the growing pains to run the football well.

In the last four games, the Chargers have averaged 110 rushing yards a contest, compared to 68 yards a game the first four games. So they are obviously doing a better job up front and by running backs like Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler in getting the running game going.

The more the Chargers run the football, the better the opportunity for the running backs and offensive line to get on the same page and really start creating more explosive plays in the running game like we saw a few weeks ago against the Patriots.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — Although it took six weeks, Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry has found a rhythm as a consistent receiving threat for quarterback Philip Rivers.

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Henry’s lack of touches through the first quarter of the season was a point of frustration during the team’s 0-4 start.

“People can take him away, too,” Lynn said. “Sometimes you have to take what the defense gives you. If they give you Hunter early, we’ll take Hunter early. We got to Hunter when we needed to and he made plays.”

Henry was not targeted in two of the first three games and had seven catches for 80 receiving yards in the other game, a Week 2 loss to Miami.

In the past three games, Henry has been targeted 18 times, finishing with 10 receptions for 148 yards and two scores.
Hunter Henry caught seven passes for 90 yards, including two on the Chargers’ final drive, in their victory at Oakland. Sergio Estrada/USA TODAY Sports
With Antonio Gates looking to break the NFL’s all-time touchdown receiving record for tight ends, there was a focus was on getting him the ball early in the season. Now that he has the record, Henry has played more snaps than Gates in the last two weeks (100 snaps for Henry, 75 for Gates).

“I felt like I put a lot of work in all of our practices and games, and last year,” Henry said. “I knew it was coming. I knew I had to show up and continue to put up the work.”

In Sunday’s victory over the Oakland Raiders, the Chargers used three-tight end sets on 16 snaps, which helped define the matchups Rivers wanted for Henry in the passing game.

On the winning drive, Rivers twice found Henry for two explosive gains, including a 34-yard pitch-and-catch on a corner route from the Chargers’ own 8-yard line to give them some breathing room.

“Those are plays I get excited about in a quarterback-to-pass-catcher relationship,” Rivers said. “Hunter is still young as a player in our time together, and that was kind of a back-shoulder corner route, which just doesn’t happen much. I’ve thrown Gates a handful of those, but I haven’t thrown Hunter one of those ever.

“And it happens on the fly in the biggest drive of the game and he sees it, feels it and then goes and gets more with it. So those plays, not only was it big for today [Sunday], those are big plays as you continue to grow with a player.”

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Look for Henry to be involved in the offense again on Sunday when the Chargers host the Denver Broncos.
According to ESPN Stats & Information, offenses have completed 73 percent of their passes to tight ends for three touchdowns and no interceptions against Denver’s defense, which is fourth-worst in the NFL. Last week, New York Giants tight end Evan Engram finished with five catches for 82 yards and a score against the Broncos.

“We’ve got a lot of guys on offense that we’re trying to do things and include in that,” Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said when asked about Henry’s usage. “Hunter is one of those guys. There’s going to be weeks where he gets some plays, and there are going to be others where he may not get as many touches.

“At the end of the game, he made two big catches on that last drive, which was part of the scheme that we felt was a good tactic against those guys. So it was nice to see him make those plays. There’s no question he’s a really good young football player who contributes a lot.”

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From the moment he was hired in 2013, General Manager Tom Telesco vowed the NFL Draft would be the lifeblood of the Bolts.
True to form, the Los Angeles Chargers have unearthed top young talent since Telesco’s arrival, beginning with Keenan Allen his first year to Jason Verrett in 2014 and Melvin Gordon in 2015.

Still, nothing to date compares to the haul yielded in 2016, led by the recently crowned NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Joey Bosa.
With the Scouting Combine on the horizon, many outlets are reassessing last year’s draft. It should come as no surprise that named the Chargers one of the top rookie classes in the league, giving them an A- grade. The Bolts tied the Kansas City Chiefs for the best mark in the AFC, and only rank below the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys who were each given an A+.
Here is what Around the NFL writer Conor Orr had to say about the Chargers 2016 draft class:
“Drafting Joey Bosa third overall was a massive boom-or-bust proposition, but it paid off for the Chargers, with Bosa winning the Defensive Rookie of the Year award and leading the team with 10.5 sacks despite missing four games. He might be the player who finally unlocks all the untapped potential across that defense — it’ll be a thrill to see him paired with new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley in 2017. Hunter Henry was sixth on the team in receptions but first in touchdowns (eight). The rookie tight end seemed to pair perfectly with QB Philip Rivers. Linebacker Jatavis Brown added some serious energy to the middle rounds and led the Chargers with 64 solo tackles on top of 3.5 sacks. His presence alone could make someone like pending free agent Manti Te’o expendable this offseason. Eventually, the Bolts will get a look at third-round center Max Tuerk, but anything he gives them at this point should be considered a bonus.