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Chargers roster review: Which positions need a free agency revamp?


They added everything from a Pro Bowl running back to a punt, they signed everything from six defensive starters to a long snapper.

The 2022 offseason was a busy and expensive one for the Chargers, with the team committing $78.172 million in fully guaranteed money to 11 free agents who became significant contributors.

The moves began with a trade for Khalil Mack in early March and continued with the signing of Morgan Fox in mid-May.

The Chargers rebuilt their defense and special teams and added Gerald Everett and DeAndre Carter as options for quarterback Justin Herbert.

Now, with the 2023 free agency negotiating period set to begin on Monday, they look to continue pushing after a season in which they went 10-7 and returned to the playoffs.

The Chargers recently reworked four contracts to give themselves some financial relief for the start of the new league year. They entered the weekend with $19 million in cap space, according to overthecap.com.

Here’s a position-by-position look at their roster as player movement season approaches:

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