Chargers Looking For More Depth on Defensive Front

Jan 12, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos tackle Justin Bannan (97) against the Baltimore Ravens during the AFC divisional round playoff game at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers are still interested in adding more help on the defensive line and have had their eyes on former Denver Broncos DE Justin Bannan. He has been on the Chargers radar for a little bit now and he is currently in Detroit taking a physical.

Bannan specializes in stopping the run and is an 11-year veteran. There is not a lot of experience for the Chargers at the position. We have our starters and next in the depth chart are a bunch of undrafted free agents. We do have former Green Bay Packers DE Jarius Wynn as a possible veteran competing for a roster spot.

We will keep an eye on the progress of Bannan in Detroit. The signing wouldn’t blow anyone away, but it is depth that can compete for a roster spot.

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • Preston Niedert

    If the chargers were intrested. Then they should have sign Justin bannan. not wait until he gets a offer form anothor team he is likely to sign with the other team then chargers. Also this move makes no sense why couldn’t the chargers brass reworked Antonio Garay deal and had depth instead of having to spend an already tigh salary cap.

    • blu3ny3llow

      Could be mistakened but Bannan would be a DE and could probably play “NT”…Tone could play DE but in oh shit everyone hurt type scenario….about wait so long idk how much money he wanted ….do you?…enlighten me plz……BOLTZ UP

  • 1961 Fan

    Preston N said it best; re-read what he quoted!

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