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Chargers Re-Sign Phillips, Sorensen Among Four Roster Moves
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The Chargers filled their two open spots on the active roster with familiar faces, re-signing S Adrian Phillips and QB Brad Sorensen. The team also added S Matt Daniels and CB Keith Lewis to the practice squad.
Phillips and Sorensen have both split this season between the practice squad and 53-man roster. A 5-11, 210-pound safety in his second season with the Bolts, Phillips has appeared in six games with one start in 2015. Meanwhile, Sorensen was inactive on Sunday in his lone game on the active roster before being waived on Monday. The 6-5, 230-pound quarterback was the Chargers’ seventh-round pick in the 2013 draft.
A 6-1, 190-pound product out of Lynchburg, Lewis initially signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent in 2014 and ended last season on the New York Jets’ practice squad. Lewis also appeared in three preseason games with the Jets this summer.
Meanwhile, the 6-0, 212-pound Daniels returns to the practice squad after spending two weeks with the Bolts in November. He’s played in six games over his career, splitting time between the St. Louis Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars before joining the Chargers.