The San Diego Chargers re-signed Cordarro Law to the practice squad. He was released last week to make room for Adrian Phillips.
The San Diego Chargers re-signed Cordarro Law to the practice squad today. He was released last week in order to make room for S Adrian Philips. Phillips was needed on the roster with Jahleel Addae missing action with the concussion.
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Law also took a back seat with a few pass rushers returning to the roster. Jerry Attaochu returned to the field for the team and Melvin Ingram was able to see action again. The team’s pass rush looked much better with them back in action.
Law could be a piece for the future. He showed some potential on the field, but he has to be more consistent.
We will see how long Adrian Phillips will be able to stay on the roster. He has been cut and re-signed often on the team. As soon as Jahleel Addae is ready to get back on the field, we could see Phillips hit the road again. It has been a vicious cycle for the safety.
Hopefully the pass rushers that we have on the roster now will be able to stay healthy, otherwise we could see Cordarro Law right back on the roster again.
OLB Cordarro Law re-signed to Chargers practice squad. Takes spot of Adrian Phillips, promoted Saturday to 53-man roster.
— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) November 18, 2014