Chargers Free Agency

One free agent for the LA Chargers to target at each offensive position

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Tackle: Morgan Moses

The tackle market is not that deep this season but that does not mean that the team will avoid free agency in replacing Bryan Bulaga. While drafting a tackle in the 2022 NFL Draft is certainly an option, the Chargers would be boxing themselves into committing to that if they did not address the position in free agency.

If the Bolts do not sign a right tackle in free agency then it will be a very obvious need in the draft. That could result in the team being forced to take someone like Trevor Penning instead of someone else who is intriguing on the board.

Penning is fine as a prospect, but the Bolts' ceiling is probably higher if they land someone like Jermaine Johnson and sign a right tackle like Morgan Moses. The Bolts could wait to draft a tackle and there are some decent options but that is a crapshoot.

Moses is not someone who is going to make the Pro Bowl on the Chargers but he is just fine. He is a serviceable right tackle who is not going to come at a premier cost and could hold up his one. It is nearly impossible to get an elite player at each spot of the offensive line and if Moses is the worst member of the offensive line then that would be a great thing.

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It would certainly be better than Storm Norton being the worst member of the offensive line. We saw how that went last offseason.