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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.”

NFL Teams Cut Down Rosters

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)