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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. — 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.


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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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.