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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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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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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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The Los Angeles Chargers head into the 2019 season with some high expectations as some believe the team has the deepest roster in football.
The Los Angeles Chargers have never won a Super Bowl and have only appeared in one Super Bowl in franchise history, which was a blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers in 1994.

This year, it appears as if the Chargers have their best chance to win a Super Bowl since LaDainian Tomlinson was in his prime and the team went 14-2 in 2006. While the team ultimately fell in the postseason, that was one of the few times in franchise history where the Chargers were the believable favorites.

That is how the 2019 season is feeling as we sit a few months out of the regular season. While there are other great teams in the league, it is not crazy to think that the Chargers should be one of the favorites or even the favorite from the AFC side.

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Los Angeles has a deep roster with a quarterback that just needs that one Super Bowl to rightfully go down as one of the best of all-time. There is a plethora of offensive weapons and a well-rounded, young, defense that is turnover hungry.

The excitement levels should be at an all-time high for Charger fans. However, with it being the Chargers and all, it is completely understandable if some fans holdout on the excitement until they see the team in action. The Chargers are known for underperforming and coming up short.

For those that are holding out on the excitement, the time when you can finally get excited about this team is five weeks into the 2019 season. At that point, we will know exactly how good the Los Angeles Chargers are going to be in 2019 based on how the games shake out.

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The Chargers start the season against the Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos. The Lions and Dolphins will be hosting the Chargers, as the team is at home for the other three games.

In that slate of five games, the Chargers have two playoff-caliber teams at home, the Colts and Texans, an in-between, tough division rival in the Denver Broncos and two should-be pushover teams on the road, the Lions and the Dolphins.

That is a wide array of talent the Chargers are facing and how the team plays in each of these games will show the true identity. If the Chargers are true Super Bowl contenders, the team should go 4-1 in the first five with one of the losses preferably being against the Colts or Texans.

It all depends on how the games go as well. If the Chargers are 3-2 by a freak ending against, say, the Broncos then there should be no reason to panic. However, if they are 3-2 with two blowout losses against the Colts and Texans then it might be time to worry.

If the team is under .500 then it would be hard to get excited about the rest of the year. Yes, they can turn it around and the Chargers are prone to slow starts, but if they want to be that dominant Super Bowl contender then they must avoid the slow start.

If the team goes a perfect 5-0 then they should be atop the NFL’s power rankings. The Rams and Saints would probably top the Chargers if one of the teams is 5-0 as they have tougher starts than the Chargers, but LA should be no lower than third with a 5-0 start.

Beating playoff-caliber teams at home, even if there is no home-field advantage, is key for the Chargers. Beating pushover teams, even on the road, is what a dominant team is supposed to do.

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If it was an extremely easy or extremely challenging start then it would not be as indicative for the team. However, because of the variety of opponents in the first five weeks, we will know exactly how good the Los Angeles Chargers are on October 6.

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Jerry Tillery, contrarian that he is, skipped Nashville and headed to Maui with his family and friends this week, but that didn’t stop the Los Angeles Chargers from making him their first-round draft pick.

Tillery, the 6-7 defensive tackle from Notre Dame, went 28th overall in Thursday’s NFL draft. He was the sixth defensive tackle taken after closing out his career with an eight-sack senior season.

Some pundits suggested he might have gone higher if not for questions about his love of football, but Tillery suggested any teams that passed on him for that reason were making a big mistake.

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“I think that’s ridiculous,” Tillery said on a conference call with Los Angeles media. “The people who say these things, they don’t know. They don’t know Jerry Tillery. They haven’t seen me work in practice. They don’t know everything I’ve put in to what I do. I’m going to show them. I’m going to show them here pretty soon.”

The pass-rushing menace showed a willingness to play through pain during his 40-start career. After suffering a right shoulder injury in a four-sack game against Stanford in Week 5, he put off surgery on a torn labrum until after the NFL Scouting Combine.

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The Shreveport, La., product is expected to be fully recovered by the time the Chargers open training camp in late July. Tillery underwent surgery on March 6 in Vail, Colo., and said a recent follow-up with his surgeon went well.

“My shoulder is getting stronger, my range of motion is there,” Tillery said. “I feel I’m ahead of schedule. I’m excited to get back to playing football again.”

ESPN analyst Antony “Booger” McFarland, a former Colts defensive lineman who shares Tillery’s Louisiana roots, praised the pick during the telecast.

“The first thing that comes to my mind is Richard Seymour, a long guy that’s powerful and has the quickness inside,” McFarland said, referring to the seven-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time Super Bowl champion from 2001-12. “He can play the 4-3 or 3-4 (defense). I love the player. I like how long and strong he is.”

With the Chargers, Tillery will get a chance to play next to star defensive end Joey Bosa and former Notre Dame defensive tackle Issac Rochell, a seventh-round pick in 2017. The Chargers also drafted guard Chris Watt in 2014 and linebacker Manti Te’o in 2013.

Before that, they hadn’t taken a Notre Dame player since Willie Clark in 1994.

Soon after the Chargers took Tillery, he heard from Rochell.

“He told me what the defensive line room there is like and how good this team is and how close we are,” Tillery said. “I think we can win a Super Bowl together.”

Having Rochell on hand as his guide can only ease Tillery’s transition to pro ball.

“That will be an invaluable resource to have someone who’s done this before and who I have a really close relationship with to do this thing together,” Tillery said. “I’m ready to win some football games.”

Tillery became the 69th all-time first-rounder for the Fighting Irish and the ninth in the Brian Kelly era. He is the eighth Notre Dame defensive tackle to go in the first round and the first since Bryant Young went seventh overall to the San Francisco 49ers in 1994.

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Young won the Super Bowl as a rookie, made four Pro Bowls in his 14-year career and is now the defensive line coach for the Atlanta Falcons. He was a 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee.

Notre Dame extended its streak to 81 consecutive years with at least one player selected. Michigan, which had two defensive players taken in the top 12 picks, is the only school that claims a longer streak (82).

“It was just a whole year, a whole college career, coming to fruition at that moment,” Tillery said of getting the call. “All the work I’ve put in. This is what I wanted, this is what I wanted to be, this is what I wanted to do. To find out I’m going to get to do it in L.A., I could not be happier.”

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Tillery’s selection gives Notre Dame five first-rounders in the past four years, including a pair of top 10 offensive linemen last year in Quenton Nelson (Colts) and Mike McGlinchey (49ers).

After the halcyon days of 1991-94, when Notre Dame produced nine first-rounders, the Irish went the next 17 years (1995-2011) with just four first-rounders. Offensive tackle Luke Petitgout (1999) was the highest-drafted of those at No. 19 overall.

Since Kelly’s arrival with the 2010 season, Notre Dame has also sent first-rounders Michael Floyd and Harrison Smith (2012); Tyler Eifert (2013), Zack Martin (2014), Ronnie Stanley and Will Fuller (2016) to the NFL.

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A breakdown of the Los Angeles Chargers’ 2019 free-agent signings.

Denzel Perryman, linebacker
The Chargers re-signed Perryman to a two-year deal on Saturday. Here’s a closer look at Perryman, a second-round draft pick by the Chargers in 2015:
What it means: The Chargers maintain continuity by retaining one of the team’s best run-stoppers along the front seven. Perryman started 35 of 42 games played, recording 226 combined tackles with four sacks, two interceptions and 18 tackles for loss.

What’s the risk: While effective, the University of Miami product has struggled to stay on the field. Perryman has missed 15 of a possible 57 games, finishing two of the past three seasons on injured reserve.

COSTA MESA, Calif. — Heading into free agency this week, the Los Angeles Chargers need just a few pieces to put them over the top as a Super Bowl contender.

Chargers general manager Tom Telesco once again outlined his strategy in building a roster this offseason.

“Anybody that has watched us build our team over the last couple of years, I think you can see that we like to draft, develop and re-sign our own, and then be very selective in free agency,” Telesco said.

Telesco has already begun to bring back some of the team’s free agents, agreeing to terms with linebacker Denzel Perryman on a two-year deal.

Others who could return include Adrian Phillips, Damion Square, Brandon Mebane and Jason Verrett.

The Chargers have also done a nice job over the past three years of selectively adding impact players through free agency, including Casey Hayward, Russell Okung, Mike Pouncey, Travis Benjamin and Mebane.

This year probably will not be any different. With just $22.4 million in cap space, according to ESPN Stats & Information, the Chargers will not be major players in free agency.

However, that does not mean the Chargers cannot get an impact player who can help them.

One player who makes sense for the Chargers is Seattle Seahawks pending unrestricted free agent K.J. Wright.

The Seahawks have already indicated they will let the Wright establish his value in free agency this week.

“K.J. has been a really, really important part of what we have been doing and we would love to have him back,” Seahawks GM John Schneider said during the NFL scouting combine last week. “It’s just a matter of him, and if his people are going to figure out and get a good lay of the land this week in terms of speaking with other teams, but obviously we are going to stay in close communication with him.”

Added Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll: “He’s an incredible part of our program and such a tremendous asset — a leader, performer, personality — everything about him. It’s great to have him around. I hope we can keep. We’re going to try to.”

The Chargers finished with three starting linebackers on injured reserve last season in Perryman, Jatavis Brown and Kyzir White, forcing them to play seven defensive backs in a humbling playoff loss against the New England Patriots.

Wright would reunite with defensive coordinator Gus Bradley in L.A., adding an impact player intimately familiar with the Bolts’ scheme from playing in it for eight years in Seattle.

Selected in the fourth round out of Mississippi State by the Seahawks in the 2011 draft, at 6-foot-4 and 246 pounds, Wright is equally adept at playing the run and the pass, and comfortable with the spotlight of playing in big games.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — The Los Angeles Chargers trimmed their roster to the NFL-mandated 53 players on Saturday. Here’s a closer look at the final cuts:

Most significant move: Spencer Pulley played with an injured knee and started all 16 games at center last season on an offensive line that allowed a league-low 18 sacks. However, with the addition of Mike Pouncey in free agency, along with selecting developmental prospect Scott Quessenberry in the fifth round of this year’s draft, the Chargers chose to move on from the undrafted Vanderbilt product they signed two years ago. Even though his performance during exhibition play was uneven, the Chargers decided to keep quarterback Cardale Jones around as their third quarterback. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn has said that he likes Jones’ upside.

Caleb Strugis wins kicking job: The training camp battle between five-year NFL veteran Caleb Sturgis and Roberto Aguayo went down to the wire. However, Sturgis showed he was healthy during the final two weeks of preseason play with better leg strength on kickoffs. Couple that with the fact the Chargers gave him $1 million in guaranteed money in free agency, along with his experience kicking in the league, and Sturgis won the job. However, Aguayo showed more confidence kicking the football and should earn some tryouts due to the way he competed.

Antonio Gates on his way? The Chargers kept just two tight ends on the roster in Virgil Green and Sean Culkin. Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said during the TV broadcast of his team’s final preseason game that the potential return of Antonio Gates remains a possibility. Behind Green and Culkin, the Chargers still have little experienced depth at the tight end position, so the return of someone like Gates makes sense. “The door for Antonio is not closed, but we’ll be prepared either way,” Telesco said. “Virgil Green has done a nice job for us. Sean Culkin has done a nice job for us, but we’ll have a plan ready to go for Kansas City that first week either way.”

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Rosters rounded into shape Saturday as NFL teams trimmed down from 90 players to 53. Check out all 32 teams’ cuts

Chargers’ moves:

Waived (31): DE Patrick Afriyie, K Roberto Aguayo, TE Braedon Bowman, CB Tony Brown, WR Dylan Cantrell, CB B.J. Clay, LB Kyle Coleman LB, OL Chris Durant, CB Marcus Edmond, OL Zack Golditch, TE Je’Ron Hamm, S Micah Hannemann, DT Marcus Hardison, S A.J. Hendy, LB D’Juan Hines, DT Bijhon Jackson, TE Ben Johnson, WR Justice Liggins, FB Anthony Manzo-Lewis, WR Andre Patton, C Spencer Pulley, CB Jeff Richards, DT Steven Richardson, DE Whitney Richardson, OL Trent Scott, QB Nic Shimonek, WR Nelson Spruce, CB Channing Stribling, P Shane Tripucka, RB Terrell Watson, OL Erick Wren.

Waived/injured (3): Brett Boyko (hamstring), RB Russell Hansbrough (hamstring), TE Cole Hunt (knee).

Reserve-PUP (1): TE Hunter Henry (knee)

Reserve-injured (1): WR Artavis Scott (leg).

Suspended (1): DT Corey Liuget (4 games)

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay chooses to hold out most of his frontline players for the entire preseason to avoid the risk of injury.

Running back Todd Gurley boasted that it’s every player’s dream not to play in the preseason.

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Well, crosstown rival Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn does not subscribe to that philosophy. Lynn said the starters for the Bolts will play for about a half on Saturday against the New Orleans Saints. The third preseason game traditionally is a dress rehearsal for the regular season.

Even though the Chargers already scrimmaged two days against New Orleans this week — getting plenty reps against the Drew Brees-led Saints — Lynn said it’s important to see the first group on the field Saturday.

“We’re still going to play our starters 30 plays — a half,” Lynn said. “We still want to do that, so it just happened to be the third game.

“Usually when you practice against a team, you can pull them back a little bit, but we need to see those guys play a little bit because they won’t play much the following week.”

Let’s take a look at a question from this week’s mailbag:

Do you think Forrest Lamp plays week 1?

— Chargers Nation ⚡️ (@LAChargersFan99) August 24, 2018
@eric_d_williams: A year removed from right ACL knee surgery, Forrest Lamp participated in team drills for the first time this week against the New Orleans Saints in back-to-back joint practices.

A second-round selection in last year’s draft for the Chargers, Lamp played right guard with the second unit and appeared to hold up fine in his first action in pads. Penciled in start for the Chargers, Lamp still has some hurdles to clear in order to claim his starting spot.

The first comes Saturday, when he will see his first game action in a Chargers’ uniform. Lynn said he’s looking forward to the Western Kentucky product’s debut.

“When he’s back healthy, he’s going to compete for a starting job,” Lynn said. “We liked him in the starting lineup last year and we look forward to seeing him back in there again.”

For now, Michael Schofield remains the starter at right guard, and likely will remain there for the season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs.

However, if he proves that he’s healthy, Lamp could be on the active roster for the opener.

“When he’s ready to go, we’re definitely going to get him in the rotation,” Lynn said. “If he’s not the starter, Forrest played tackle in college and played guard for us last year [before his injury].

“He’s a versatile guy. We’re definitely going to use him.”

For his part, Lamp said he wants to contribute however he can on game day.

“That’s my goal,” he said. “That’s everybody’s goal whether you’re drafted, a free agent or coming back from an injury — everybody wants to play. That’s my ultimate goal.”

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Over 40 rookies took the field at Hoag Performance Center on Friday for the first practice of rookie minicamp.
However, all eyes were on the 6-2, 225-pound safety wearing number 33.
After all, nobody expected Derwin James to last until the 17th overall selection when the Chargers were fortunate enough to scoop him up.
So, how did James look in his first practice as a member of the Bolts?
While you shouldn’t put too much stock in a minicamp practice, he definitely showed the tools everyone hoped to see…and then some.
“He’s an alpha dog, no doubt about it,” said Head Coach Anthony Lynn. “He is a leader, and that’s why we brought him on this team. It’s just a matter of time before his intangibles start to show.”
The Chargers love the versatility James brings to the safety position, as he’s capable of playing in the box, deep at free safety, in the slot and so on. However, for his first practice, the team had him play strong safety in the box while also venturing into the slot to cover tight ends and wide receivers.
It’s all part of the process to get James up to speed.
“They’re just trying to take it step by step, let me learn one position,” James mentioned. “And if they see me somewhere else, they’ll probably just let me learn that position. They’ve said just focus on one position for now.”
“Our defensive staff is very creative in how they use their defensive personnel,” Lynn added. “Right now, we don’t want to put too much on their plate, but we’re looking at (James) definitely at different spots.”
While James made it look easy on the field, he noted he still has a long way to go. Specifically, he knows he must get the terminology down pat to play at full speed.
“It’s like learning a new language,” James said. “I feel like it’s coming along day by day. Coaches don’t expect me to get it all in the first day. I feel like I’ve got the right coaches around me and moving in the right direction.”
Nonetheless, taking the field donning the lightning bolt on the helmet marked another step in James’ lifelong dream, which is why it’ll be a practice he’ll never forget.
“Today when I got here for the first time, put my Chargers helmet on, it felt great. It was fun just coming out here. I haven’t been in a football game since December. Man, it’s fun coming out here and getting my cleats back on the ground, moving fast and going against somebody. A lot of time, I’ve just been working out (alone). Now, I get to go against live people. That’s fun.”

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Q: Who is the fastest player on the Chargers? – @_swaggyp_uzivert13_
A: There’s a lot of speed on the Bolts. Guys like Tyrell Williams and Michael Davis can really fly, but no one holds a candle to Travis Benjamin. Outside of Kansas City’s Tyreek Hill, Benjamin may have the best jets in the entire league. I mean, he is really a blur. Philip Rivers is on record saying he’s never thrown to someone with that much pure speed. Here’s a fun little bit of trivia for you – Travis goes by the nickname “rabbit” because he used to chase and catch them growing up as a kid in Florida.

Q: What is a catch? – Michael Campbell
A: Yeah, I’m not answering that one.

Q: Which former player no longer on our team do you miss the most? – Duane Holmes
A: There are too many to name, as there have been a ton of class acts to come through this locker room since I began in 2012. Still, one name comes to mind right away – Malcom Floyd. And if you asked this question to anyone in the front office, I’d bet most would also name M80 as their pick. On the field, you saw what a dynamic, clutch weapon he was at wide receiver, which is why he was such a fan favorite. But off the field, if you’ve ever been lucky enough to come across M80, you know that you’ll likely never find a better person. If I’m ever lucky enough to have a son, I hope he is half the human being that Malcom Floyd is.

Q: What is Gordon and Allen’s contract status? – @jskye_52
A: Melvin Gordon is entering the fourth year of his rookie contract. As a first round pick, the team can pick up his fifth-year option, meaning he will be under contract through at least the 2019 season. As far as Keenan Allen goes, he signed a four-year extension in 2016, meaning he is under contract through the 2020 season.