Predicting The Chargers 53 Man Roster v4.0

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Aug 15, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Fozzy Whittaker (34) scores a touchdown during the second quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

And it is that time to look over that roster once again. There are a few differences from the UT. Here we go.

Quarterbacks (3)
QB1 Philip Rivers
QB2 Charlie Whitehurst
QB3 Brad Sorensen

Whitehurst earned his spot back on the roster. In my head, it still makes a ton of sense to keep just a couple of quarterbacks, but I can see the guys at the top keeping a 3rd quarterback this year.

Runningbacks (5)
RB1 Ryan Mathews
RB2 Danny Woodhead
RB3 Fozzy Whittaker
RB4 Edwin Baker
FB2 Leron McClain

Made some changes to this side of the roster. Whittaker and Baker now both make the roster and and Ronnie Brown hit the streets. I am not sure what use you can get out of Brown. He brings the same skill set as Danny Woodhead. Whittaker and Baker can bring some youth to the table. If Chris Gronkowski could play special teams, he might be worthy of a spot.

Tight Ends (3)
TE1 Antonio Gates
TE2 John Phillips
TE3 Ladarius Green

Ladarius Green is making a name for himself during this preseason. He is a force to mess with in the passing game. He could see more and more action as the season goes on.

Wide Receivers (5)
WR1 Malcom Floyd
WR2 Vincent Brown
WR3 Eddie Royal
WR4 Keenan Allen
WR5 Mike Willie

Still no use for Robert Meachem on this roster. I don’t know what he can do for this team. Mike Willie looks to be a better fit on the roster than him. The new addition of Seyi Ajirotutu should give Willie a little competition for that 5th spot on the roster. Nobody really else is.

Offensive Linemen (9)
LT1 King Dunlap
LG1 Chad Rinehart
C1 Nick Hardwick
RG1 Jeromey Clary
RT1 DJ Fluker
T Max Starks
G Rich Ohrnberger
G/C Stephen Schilling
C David Molk

We probably will be looking for more depth on this part of the roster when first cuts happen. We need any help we can get on this side of the ball.

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