3 Chargers that could follow Renaldo Hill to Miami Dolphins

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1. Bryce Callahan

Bryce Callahan was another excellent signing that the Chargers made after the 2022 NFL Draft. The team still needed a slot cornerback after the draft and that is exactly what Callahan was signed to be. Like Fox, Callahan has previous experience with Brandon Staley from Staley's days with the Denver Broncos.

While Callahan was really good for the Bolts last season, all signs are pointing to him leaving the team. Los Angeles already has a replacement plan in-house for Callahan and does not need him as much as it did last season. With Callahan likely getting a pay bump, it is a no-brainer that the Bolts let a potentially more expensive veteran corner walk.

Miami should probably be considered as the favorite to sign Callahan this offseason. Callahan goes back with both Hill and Vic Fangio from his time with the Denver Broncos. He is extremely familiar with this coaching staff, this scheme, and has a spot to play in 2023.

Undrafted rookie Kader Kohou was the Dolphins' primary slot corner last season and while he was serviceable, the team would certainly benefit from adding another option to not only play in the slot but help teach young corners like Kohou. Callahan fits that billing perfectly.

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It seems like a foregone conclusion that Callahan is leaving the Chargers this offseason and it would be shocking if he signed with another team instead of the Miami Dolphins.