Former Chargers who have already found new homes in free agency

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The LA Chargers have done a great job of addressing many of the team's looming offseason questions. Outside of a potential Austin Ekeler trade — which might already be dead in the water — there are not many unknowns around the Bolts for the rest of the offseason.

While this has happened, there have been several former Chargers that have found new homes already this offseason (one of which found a new home in retirement in Nasir Adderley). It is always nice to see former Chargers get paid and continue their career, although some of these players fans will be more than happy to see in another uniform.

Former Chargers who have found new homes in free agency:

Drue Tranquill - Kansas City Chiefs

News broke on Friday that Drue Tranquill joined perhaps the worst team he could have joined for Chargers fans: the Kansas City Chiefs. Even worse is that Tranquill did not get anywhere near what he was projected to get.

Tranquill signed a one-year, $3 million contract with the Chiefs with up to $2 million in incentives. That is it. Tranquill was expected to get a three-year deal in the $7-8 million range and instead ends up being a cheap savvy signing for Kansas City.

It is safe to say that Chargers fans are incredibly disappointed in this signing not only because Tranquill is staying in the AFC West but because the team easily could have just brought him back.