The San Diego Chargers have signed an offensive tackle. They have signed former Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle King Dunlap. Dunlap can play on the left side or right side and had been pushed to the bench a couple of times while with Philly. He isn’t a top name in free agency, but he will provide some sort of help on the offensive line. He can’t be worse than Mike Harris.
Dunlap took over for Marcus McNeill at left tackle at Auburn and now he could be the guy taking over his position in San Diego. Signing Dunlap will open up some options for the San Diego Chargers in the draft. If they want to draft a guard at pick 11, we can use Dunlap and maybe Jared Gaither at left tackle and can use Jeromey Clary over at right tackle.
We could choose Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper at pick 11 to fill the hole that was left by Louis Vasquez. I wish we could choose both of them at pick 11! Two for one deal? BOGO?
The Chargers now have holes at both guard spots on the offensive line. Dunlap isn’t exactly the best solution at tackle, but he is someone that can give us options. At least he won’t fake injuries. I still would have rather signed Max Starks from the Steelers. We can still do that Tom!