The San Diego Chargers will be looking for help on their offensive line and former Houston Texans C Chris Myers could be an option for the team.
The San Diego Chargers will be looking for help up front on the offensive line this offseason. Nick Hardwick and Jeromey Clary both have retired this offseason and there spots need to be filled. The team will need to find some players that can create running space and also allow Philip Rivers some time to throw the football.
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A player that could be considered is former Houston Texans C Chris Myers. He is a 2x Pro Bowl player and has been a starter for the Texans for the last 7 seasons. He will be 33 years old and may only has a couple of seasons left in him, but he could be used to fill the hole for a season or two. Myers was released by the Texans today.
Myers is versatile and can play both center and guard. That has been the type of player that the Chargers have loved on their offensive line. He also will be coming from a zone blocking system.
He will be an affordable option to add to an offensive line. He won’t be the most attractive player to add onto the team for the fans, but he would be a solid veteran to add to the mix. Myers could be a player that can lock down a starting job for a couple of seasons and allow some young talent to develop. He has been very durable as a starter for the Texans as well. He seems like a player that the Chargers could have some interest in.
What do you all think of Myers to the Chargers? Do you think he would be able to add some help up front for the offense?
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