Los Angeles Chargers Roster 2020 Los Angeles Chargers Roster

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The times are changing a bit as the Los Angeles Chargers will be moving into a new stadium and also going through a quarterback change. After years of Philip Rivers being under center they will turn a new leaf. After drafting Justin Hebert sixth overall, he was drafted to be the franchise quarterback for the future. They brought in Tyrod Taylor as an experienced quarterback. Los Angeles is loaded with talent on the offense and defensive side. Derwin James, Casey Heyward, and Chris Harris will be the top names in the secondary. Harris is coming over from the division rival Denver Broncos.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Tyrod Taylor
Tyrod Taylor T. Taylor
5
70
#39 QB 6'1" 215 31 8/3/89 10 2011 6 180 Virginia Tech
QB
Easton Stick
Easton Stick E. Stick
2
67
#47 QB 6'1" 224 25 9/15/95 2 2019 5 166 North Dakota State
QB
Justin Herbert
Justin Herbert J. Herbert
10
67
#47 QB 6'6" 236 22 3/10/98 0 2020 1 6 Oregon
RB
Austin Ekeler
Austin Ekeler A. Ekeler
30
87
#12 RB 5'9" 191 25 5/17/95 4 2017 Western State (CO)
RB
Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson J. Jackson
22
71
#81 RB 6'0" 199 24 4/22/96 3 2018 7 251 Northwestern
RB
Joshua Kelley
Joshua Kelley J. Kelley
27
67
#116 RB 5'11" 212 22 11/20/97 0 2020 4 112 UCLA
RB
Gabe Nabers
Gabe Nabers G. Nabers
40
67
#116 RB 6'3" 240 22 11/5/97 0 2020 Florida State
WR
Keenan Allen
Keenan Allen K. Allen
13
88
#12 WR 6'2" 206 28 4/27/92 8 2013 3 76 California
WR
Mike Williams
Mike Williams M. Williams
81
82
#34 WR 6'4" 218 25 10/4/94 4 2017 1 7 Clemson
WR
Joe Reed
Joe Reed J. Reed
12
67
#228 WR 6'0" 224 22 1/4/98 0 2020 5 151 Virginia
WR
Jason Moore
Jason Moore J. Moore
11
67
#228 WR 6'2" 208 25 6/23/95 2 2019 Findlay
WR
Jalen Guyton
Jalen Guyton J. Guyton
15
67
#228 WR 6'1" 208 23 6/7/97 1 2019 North Texas
WR
K.J. Hill
K.J. Hill K. Hill
84
67
#228 WR 6'0" 196 23 9/15/97 0 2020 7 220 Ohio State
TE
Hunter Henry
Hunter Henry H. Henry
86
87
#7 TE 6'5" 250 25 12/7/94 5 2016 2 35 Arkansas
TE
Virgil Green
Virgil Green V. Green
88
74
#51 TE 6'3" 249 32 7/21/88 10 2011 7 204 Nevada
TE
Stephen Anderson
Stephen Anderson S. Anderson
82
67
#124 TE 6'2" 215 27 1/30/93 3 2016 California
TE
Donald Parham
Donald Parham D. Parham
89
67
#124 TE 6'8" 243 23 8/16/97 0 2019 Stetson
C
Scott Quessenberry
Scott Quessenberry S. Quessenberry
61
67
#36 C 6'4" 310 25 3/23/95 3 2018 5 155 UCLA
OG
Trai Turner
Trai Turner T. Turner
70
77
#27 OG 6'3" 310 27 6/14/93 7 2014 3 92 LSU
OG
Forrest Lamp
Forrest Lamp F. Lamp
76
69
#53 OG 6'4" 309 26 2/20/94 4 2017 2 38 Western Kentucky
OG
Dan Feeney
Dan Feeney D. Feeney
66
67
#68 OG 6'4" 304 26 5/29/94 4 2017 3 71 Indiana
OG
Sam Tevi
Sam Tevi S. Tevi
69
67
#68 OG 6'5" 312 25 11/15/94 4 2017 6 190 Utah
OT
Bryan Bulaga
Bryan Bulaga B. Bulaga
75
91
#7 OT 6'5" 314 31 3/21/89 11 2010 1 23 Iowa
OT
Tyree St. Louis
Tyree St. Louis T. S. Louis
73
70
#54 OT 6'5" 323 23 8/5/97 1 2019 Miami
OT
Storm Norton
Storm Norton S. Norton
74
69
#61 OT 6'8" 308 26 5/16/94 2 2017 Toledo
OT
Trey Pipkins
Trey Pipkins T. Pipkins
79
67
#81 OT 6'6" 309 24 9/5/96 2 2019 3 91 Sioux Falls
DT
Linval Joseph
Linval Joseph L. Joseph
95
88
#5 DT 6'4" 323 31 10/10/88 11 2010 2 46 East Carolina
DT
Justin Jones
Justin Jones J. Jones
93
69
#75 DT 6'2" 309 24 8/28/96 3 2018 3 84 North Carolina St
DT
Jerry Tillery
Jerry Tillery J. Tillery
99
68
#80 DT 6'6" 295 23 10/8/96 2 2019 1 28 Notre Dame
DT
Cortez Broughton
Cortez Broughton C. Broughton
91
67
#93 DT 6'2" 291 24 9/2/96 2 2019 7 242 Cincinnati
DE
Joey Bosa
Joey Bosa J. Bosa
97
88
#11 DE 6'5" 269 25 7/11/95 5 2016 1 3 Ohio State
DE
Damion Square
Damion Square D. Square
71
67
#270 DE 6'2" 293 31 2/6/89 8 2013 Alabama
DE
Isaac Rochell
Isaac Rochell I. Rochell
98
67
#108 DE 6'4" 282 25 4/22/95 3 2017 7 225 Notre Dame
LB
Melvin Ingram
Melvin Ingram M. Ingram
54
89
#7 LB 6'1" 265 31 4/26/89 9 2012 1 18 South Carolina
LB
Uchenna Nwosu
Uchenna Nwosu U. Nwosu
42
77
#49 LB 6'2" 251 23 12/28/96 3 2018 2 48 USC
LB
Nick Vigil
Nick Vigil N. Vigil
59
73
#93 LB 6'2" 239 27 8/20/93 5 2016 3 87 Utah State
LB
Denzel Perryman
Denzel Perryman D. Perryman
52
73
#93 LB 5'11" 236 26 12/5/93 6 2015 2 48 Miami
LB
Kenneth Murray
Kenneth Murray K. Murray
56
67
#167 LB 6'2" 241 21 11/16/98 0 2020 1 23 Oklahoma
LB
Emeke Egbule
Emeke Egbule E. Egbule
51
67
#167 LB 6'2" 245 23 10/13/96 2 2019 6 200 Houston
LB
Asmar Bilal
Asmar Bilal A. Bilal
57
67
#167 LB 6'2" 225 23 4/12/97 0 2020 Notre Dame
CB
Chris Harris
Chris Harris C. Harris
25
88
#8 CB 5'10" 190 31 6/18/89 9 2011 Kansas
CB
Casey Hayward
Casey Hayward C. Hayward
26
86
#14 CB 5'11" 192 31 9/9/89 9 2012 2 62 Vanderbilt
CB
Desmond King
Desmond King D. King
20
84
#20 CB 5'10" 206 25 12/14/94 4 2017 5 151 Iowa
CB
Michael Davis
Michael Davis M. Davis
43
74
#89 CB 6'2" 187 25 1/6/95 4 2017 BYU
CB
Tevaughn Campbell
Tevaughn Campbell T. Campbell
37
68
#155 CB 6'0" 195 27 6/14/93 1 2019 Regina, Canada
CB
Brandon Facyson
Brandon Facyson B. Facyson
28
67
#184 CB 6'1" 203 26 9/8/94 3 2018 Virginia Tech
SS
Kyzir White
Kyzir White K. White
44
72
#32 SS 6'2" 218 24 3/24/96 3 2018 4 119 West Virginia
SS
Alohi Gilman
Alohi Gilman A. Gilman
32
67
#55 SS 5'10" 201 23 9/17/97 0 2020 6 186 Notre Dame
FS
Nasir Adderley
Nasir Adderley N. Adderley
24
70
#46 FS 6'0" 206 23 5/31/97 2 2019 2 60 Delaware
FS
Rayshawn Jenkins
Rayshawn Jenkins R. Jenkins
23
68
#48 FS 6'1" 214 26 1/25/94 4 2017 4 113 Miami
LS
Cole Mazza
Cole Mazza C. Mazza
45 6'1" 236 25 2/14/95 2 2019 Alabama
P
Ty Long
Ty Long T. Long
1
67
#27 P 6'2" 205 27 4/6/93 2 2015 UAB
PK
Michael Badgley
Michael Badgley M. Badgley
4
72
#18 PK 5'10" 186 25 7/28/95 3 2018 Miami

Top Chargers Roster Questions 2020

The Chargers had a disappointing 2019 season, finishing with just a 5-11 record as they struggled to find consistency at Dignity Health Sports Park, the LA Galaxy soccer stadium, which has a capacity of only 27,000. SoFi Stadium is set to open this season, and while the Rams and Chargers will likely have to wait to play in front of fans in their new venue due to the pandemic, there's no doubt the new stadium is more suited to hosting NFL games. There's more than improved amenities to be excited about for the Chargers, though, as the free agency period brought in four high-level veteran starters in Bryan Bulaga (offensive tackle), Chris Harris Jr. (cornerback), Linval Joseph (defensive tackle), and Trai Turner (offensive guard). Harris, in particular, is an important addition as a former starter on the Broncos' Super Bowl-winning team. The Chargers will have a new starting quarterback in 2020 as Philip Rivers is now an Indianapolis Colt, and the team is hoping first-round pick Justin Herbert will be the future of the franchise. He has plenty of pass-catching talent to take advantage of between Keenan Allen, Hunter Henry, Mike Williams, and Austin Ekeler. The defense should also be one of the best units in the NFL with plenty of talent between Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram, Chris Harris, Derwin James, Casey Hayward, Linval Joseph, and Desmond King among the best players at their respective positions.

Who is the Highest Paid Chargers Player?

Heading into the 2020-21 season, edge defender Melvin Ingram currently carries the team's most significant cap hit at $16.6 million. Joey Bosa isn't too far behind him with a cap hit of $14.4 million. Ingram and Bosa are one of the best edge-rushing tandems in the league.

Who Owns the Los Angeles Chargers?

The Chargers have been owned by the Spanos family since 1984 when Alex Spanos purchased a majority interest in the team. Dean Spanos, Alex's son, took over full ownership after Alex Spanos's death in 2018. Dean Spanos moved the Chargers from San Diego to Los Angeles.

Who Is the Chargers Head Coach?

Anthony Lynn is entering his fourth season as the Chargers' head coach, a role he has seen mixed success in. In his first two seasons, Lynn led the team to a 9-7 and 11-5 record, respectively, with a 1-1 playoff record in 2018. However, Lynn's team had a down year in 2019 with a 5-11 record.

How Much Cap Space do the Chargers Have?

The Chargers currently have just over $20.4 million in available cap space, which ranks as the 11th-most in the NFL. The Chargers have among the lowest dead cap holds in the NFL, with just $8.5 million owed to players no longer on the team.

Who Is the Chargers Starting Quarterback for 2020?

Justin Herbert was drafted by the franchise 6th overall in this year's draft. Still, the former Oregon quarterback might need some time to develop and has a wide range of outcomes. Tyrod Taylor is the incumbent veteran on the roster and will likely be the Week 1 starter.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Chargers?

Along with Justin Herbert, the Chargers drafted Kenneth Murray, the former Oklahoma linebacker, in the first round. Murray is just 21 years old and won't turn 22 until November. He has tons of upside as a long-term key part of the team's defense.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Chargers?

The Chargers had the 5th-oldest roster in the NFL last season, but their roster is younger this season. Still, a handful of key players are 31 years old, including Linval Joseph, Virgin Green, Melvin Ingram, Bryan Bulaga, and Chris Harris Jr. Those are the oldest players on the team heading into 2020.