Chargers Rumors

Free Agent Possibilities

By BoogaP

Jan 20, 2013; Foxboro, MA, USA; Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (59) celebrates after intercepting a New England Patriots pass during the fourth quarter of the AFC championship game at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

As of twenty minutes ago, I posted my first mock draft of the offseason.  I expect it to be diescted quite a bit.  Despite it being my first attempt at a mock draft this offseason, i tore it apart over and over again.

This article is going to focus on possible free agent acquisitions that I would think to be good fits for our beloved Bolts.

Let me make this clear upfront for that one guy that can’t spell.  I’m not saying that we should sign all of these players.  The fact of the matter is that we will, most likely, only sign about three impact free agents that are not currently Chargers.  There’s a decent chance that I am over estimating when I guess the number three.  But, to heck with it.  Let’s have a little fun and run through some names that we would all like to see in San Diego in 2013.

Below I will list the names of players that I would possibly like to see added to the Chargers.  Please let me know who you have your eye on for this upcoming year.

Phil Loadholt OT Minnesota

Reggie Bush RB Miami

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB Philadelphia

Isaac Sopoaga DT San Francisco

Dannell Ellerbe ILB Baltimore

Matt Moore QB Miami

Chase Blackburn ILB New York Giants

LaRon Landry S New York Jets

Mike Jenkins CB Dallas

Fred Davis TE

Kenny Phillips S New York Giants

Sean Smith CB Miami

Paul Kruger OLB Baltimore

Jake Long OT Miami

Ryan Clady OT Denver

Kassim Osgood WR/ST Detroit

Steven Jackson RB St. Louis

Danny Woodhead RB New England

Connor Barwin OLB Houston

These are just some of the options that could be used to supplement the needs that aren’t addressed in free agency during the 2013 offseason.  Did I leave anyone out that you had in mind?  Please let me know by leaving a comment below.

Thanks a lot for reading.