4. Michael Davis
No player on the Chargers has endured the kind of rollercoaster career that Michael Davis has endured. Davis has legitimately seen his stock rise up and down more than any other player on the team depending on the situation.
After looking like a legitimate CB1 (and a great one at that) last season, Davis has fallen back down to earth and has been awful for the Chargers this season. It isn't completely Davis' fault, as the Chargers are not putting him in a position to succeed, but it does not change the fact that he is struggling.
Davis is a free agent after the 2023 season and it does not matter if Brandon Staley is still around or not. The Chargers are likely going to move on from Davis, especially considering his age and where he is at in his career.
The undrafted cornerback will be turning 29 in January, which is typically the age when cornerbacks start to regress in the NFL. It is time for the Chargers to turn the page on Davis and add another legitimate starting corner, whether it be early in the draft or in free agency.
As far as Davis is concerned, he should still get some interest from other teams in the NFL. The most likely landing spot for him is likely the Indianapolis Colts, as he would be reuniting with defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.