LA Chargers training camp has been underway for almost two weeks now and there are already a lot of takeaways for the Bolts' upcoming season. We are starting to get a better identity of the team as well as realizing which players are going to step up with a potential breakout year in 2022.
While there have been some great players thus far in camp, there have also been some bad players. Certain players have not played up to standard and could lose a roster spot because of it.
Then there are the in-between players; the players who have not really stood out for either reason thus far in camp. These players have essentially gone missing as there is not really much discourse about them.
Here are 4 players who have gone missing during LA Chargers training camp:
1. Jalen Guyton
Receivers Josh Palmer and DeAndre Carter have thrived thus far in camp with Palmer essentially winning the WR3 job and Carter potentially winning the WR4 job. Jalen Guyton, who was competing with Palmer for the WR3 job, really has not done much during camp thus far.
This has hurt Guyton's standing in the depth chart and is not a good thing when it comes to his playing time. He will likely still make the roster with there not being much competition for that fifth roster spot but it is hard to be high on Guyton as we head into the 2022 season.
Guyton will still have his role as a deep-threat menace for the Chargers but with how camp has gone thus far, the speedy receiver needs a big showing in the preseason to get a bigger role in the team's offense.