9/2 UPDATE - The Chargers filled the last spot on the practice squad with running back Marion Grice. The team's sixth-round selection was waived on Monday, and led the Bolts this preseason with 41 carries and 167 yards.
The San Diego Chargers began announcing members of the 2014 practice squad. They include:
QB Ryan Lindley - Former SDSU star spent first two years on the Arizona Cardinals active roster, appearing in six games.
WR Javontee Herndon - Undrafted rookie made impression in preseason, snaring five passes for 59 yards, averaging 11.8 yards per reception.
WR Torrence Allen - Showed playmaking ability in practice and in games, catching three balls for 25 yards.
T Jeremiah Sirles - A 6-6, 315-pound former two-time All-Big Ten choice from Nebraska, the tackle showed poise and effectiveness at line of scrimmage.
G Craig Watts - The 6-4, 335-pound guard from tiny West Texas A&M signed with Bolts after rookie minicamp and made strong impression to stick on practice squad.
DL Chas Alecxih - Affable defensive lineman capped off strong preseason with a monster sack against the Cardinals.
OLB Cordarro Law - Former CFL star proved he has what it takes to succeed in NFL, ranking second on Bolts in preseason with 13 tackles along with one strip-sack. He also paced club in special teams tackles.
CB Greg Ducre - Los Angeles native showed steady improvement all summer, culminating with a well deserved spot on practice squad.
S Adrian Phillips - The 5-11, 210-pound former Texas star ended preseason with seven tackles.
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