San Diego Chargers Offseason, Part 2: Additions and Subtractions

March 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Although the San Diego Chargers have not really been making any surprise moves, they have been active this offseason.  Part One of this piece took a look at the restricted free agents—notably, who the team tendered and in what fashion.
Now attentions shift to players let go or tacked on to the team so far this offseason— and what the ramifications are. 
Ladainian Tomlinson Cut
While unfortunate, this was completely expected by all parties.  Tomlinson racked up heavy mileage in his time as a Charger, averaging more than 350 carries per season—and the workload added up.
It is a sad parting, but his two straight years of minor, nagging injuries and reduced performance forced the Chargers brass’s hand. 
Weighing this move depends entirely on who the team lands to replace him.  Odds are, the primary back is going to come through the draft and not trade or free agency.  With a d...

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