The San Diego Chargers released their first depth chart of the season and there are no surprises on the list. The team lists 2 tight ends as starters, but also lists 3 wide receivers on their starting depth chart. The team will go with 3-wide receiver sets a number of times and could also see a number of 2-tight end sets.
At least the team has listed DJ Fluker as the starting right guard now on their depth chart.
Here is the look in at the depth chart that has been released on offense:
On defense, the team still lists Kendall Reyes as the starter, but he will be rotated in and out of the lineup. The team will find a way to get the best 11 players on the field at the same time. That could mean that Melvin Ingram sees some time on the defensive line and allows the other linebackers to get on the field as well.
The special teams will trust that Jacoby Jones will bring his magic onto the field in the return game. We also will be looking at Josh Lambo launching the ball out of the end zone on kickoffs and he will be smashing them through the uprights. It has been a long time since we have seen a Chargers player with that type of leg.
What do you think of the San Diego Chargers depth chart going into the season?
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