San Diego Chargers, Breaking Down the Offseason Part I: FA Tenders

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Despite only adding one player thus far (waiver wire running back Marcus Mason), the San Diego Chargers have had a very busy offseason so far.  Whether it be tendering restricted free agents, making trades, or releasing expensive veterans, San Diego has been very active.
Looking at the initial moves in San Diego’s offseason can be broken down into two obvious sections: players retained and players let go.  For this first part, we will look at those retained, or more specifically, the restricted free agents San Diego chose to tender.
Vincent Jackson, Malcolm Floyd, and Marcus McNeil given highest tenders.
These are lumped into one because they constitute a no-brainer.  Philip Rivers helmed one of the league’s best passing attacks in 2009.  He suffered very few sacks considering his poor mobility and frequent downfield throws.
In summing up the team’s passing attack in that manner, it becomes a no-brainer to ensure that you retain...

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