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Chargers 2024 Free Agency Tracker

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The 2024 NFL League Year has arrived.

Keep track of all Chargers roster moves with this one-stop for all signings and transactions. You can also check out Chargers Free Agency 101 for more information.

Here is the 2024 Chargers Free Agency Tracker, which will be updated once moves are made official by either the Chargers or other NFL teams.



DJ Chark, Jr.

The Chargers signed wide receiver DJ Chark, Jr. on May 6.

What It Means: The addition of Chark means the Chargers now have 11 wide receivers on the roster. Chark offers plenty of size as he stands at 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds. But he'll bring a speed element to the offense, too, as he clocked in at 4.34 seconds back at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. And while Chark does have some experience in the slot, the 27-year-old has mostly played on the outside in his career. His presence gives the Bolts some versatility in their wide receiver room.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers WR DJ Chark, Jr.

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J.K. Dobbins

The Chargers signed running back J.K. Dobbins on April 18.

What It Means: The Bolts have added another Baltimore connection. Dobbins spent the past four seasons with the Ravens where he overlapped with Chargers GM Joe Hortiz, Bolts OC Greg Roman and running back Gus Edwards among others. When healthy, Dobbins has sizzled by averaging 5.8 yards per carry, the highest mark by any running back in the NFL with at least 200 attempts. he will bring some juice to the Bolts backfield and is in line with the team's vision of wanting to run the ball better in 2024.

Best Photos: J.K. Dobbins

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Kristian Fulton

The Chargers signed cornerback Kristian Fulton on March 28.

What It Means: Fulton brings much-needed depth to the Chargers secondary. A former 2020 second-round pick with Tennessee, Fulton brings solid experience to the Bolts. He played in 42 games (37 starts) with the Titans, notching 150 total tackles, six tackles for loss, 25 passes defended and four interceptions.

Best Photos: Kristian Fulton

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Denzel Perryman

The Chargers signed linebacker Denzel Perryman on March 19.

What It Means: The Bolts continued to replenish their linebacker room with the addition of Perryman, a familiar face who was a Chargers 2015 second-round pick. The veteran linebacker has played in over 100 NFL games (including 88 starts) and will be in line for one of the starting spots on defense.

Best Photos: Denzel Perryman

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Bradley Bozeman

The Chargers signed center Bradley Bozeman on March 18.

What It Means: Bozeman is a veteran center who fills a huge need up front for the Bolts. The 29-year-old has experience in Greg Roman's scheme and is likely to step in as the started based on where the roster stands right now. He can also help mentor a young center if the Bolts choose to add one in the draft.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers C Bradley Bozeman

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Troy Dye

The Chargers signed linebacker Troy Dye on March 18.

What It Means: Dye will provide solid depth on special teams as he has familiarity with Chargers Special Teams Coordinator Ryan Ficken from their time together in Minnesota. But don't rule out a role on defense for Dye, who has eight career starts at linebacker.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers LB Troy Dye

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Easton Stick

The Chargers signed quarterback Easton Stick on March 16.

What It Means: Stick is in line to once again back up Justin Herbert, as that pair has worked extremely well together on and off the field in recent years.

Best Photos: Easton Stick

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Poona Ford

The Chargers signed defensive lineman Poona Ford on March 16.

What It Means: Ford provides experience as he's played in 84 career games with 64 starts, tallying 8.5 career sacks. He also adds much-needed depth to a position group that was a tad short on bodies before his arrival.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers DL Poona Ford

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Hayden Hurst

The Chargers signed tight end Hayden Hurst on March 15.

What It Means: The Bolts continue to remake their tight end room with the addition of Hurst, a six-year veteran who has 195 career catches for 1,902 yards and 15 touchdowns. The former first-round draft pick will provide a veteran presence in the room alongside fellow free-agent addition Will Dissly.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers TE Hayden Hurst

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Will Dissly

The Chargers signed tight end Will Dissly on March 13.

What It Means: Dissly, a 2018 fourth-round pick, fits the exact mold of being a tough and gritty player that Chargers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff want on the roster. Dissly will provide some juice in the passing game, sure, but his main role will be as a run-blocking tight end to help revamp the Bolts ground game.

Best Photos: Will Dissly

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The Chargers signed safety Alohi Gilman on March 13.

What It Means: A former sixth-round pick, Gilman has established himself into one of the Bolts most dependable defensive players. The safety has a strong work ethic — a product of his Hawaiian roots — and is in line to once again start in the secondary next to Derwin James, Jr.

Best Photos: Alohi Gilman

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The Chargers agreed to terms with Gus Edwards on March 13.

What It Means: The Bolts want to beef up their ground game ... and Edwards now becomes the focal point of that rushing attack. Edwards is a 6-foot-3, 238-pound power back who is coming off the best season of his career with 810 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. He fits the exact style Chargers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh wants to implement with the Bolts.

5 Things to Know: New Chargers RB Gus Edwards

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Cameron Dicker

The Chargers placed a tender on Cameron Dicker on March 8.

What It Means: The Bolts kicker, who was an exclusive right free agent, will be back in powder blue in Year 3 as he looks to continue a stellar run to start his career. Dicker joined the Chargers midway through the 2022 season and promptly made 19 of 20 field goals. he then built on his impressive rookie season by knocking in 31 of 33 field goals (including seven makes from 50-plus) in 2023. He was also perfect on 35 extra point tries. Dicker is one of the NFL's best young kickers, full stop.

Best Photos: Cameron Dicker


Foster Sarrell

The Chargers placed a tender on Foster Sarrell on March 8.

What It Means: Sarrell provides offensive line depth while also contributing on special teams. He's started three games over the past two seasons and also played in all 17 games on special teams in 2023. Sarrell was an exclusive right free agent.

Best Photos: Foster Sarell


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Mike Williams

The Chargers announced the release of Mike Williams on March 13.

What It Means: Williams' departure is a tough one, as he was one of the most beloved players in the Bolts locker room. But a hefty 2024 salary cap number and recent injury history means the former first-round pick is no longer on the roster.

March 19 Update: Williams signed with the Jets.


Eric Kendricks

The Chargers announced the release of Eric Kendricks on March 5.

March 14 Update: Kendricks agreed to terms with the Cowboys.

Unrestricted Free Agents


Essang Bassey

Bassey played in 11 games (one start) after being claimed off waivers in early October, finishing with 13 total tackles and three passes defended.

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Alex Erickson

Erickson was added to the Bolts practice squad in August and signed to the active roster in December, catching 16 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown in eight games (three starts).

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Will Grier

Grier was signed by the Chargers to the active roster in mid-December following Justin Herbert's injury, serving as the team's backup for the final three games.

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Justin Hollins

Hollins played in seven games after being signed to the roster midseason due to injuries, notching a sack and tackle for loss.

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Joshua Kelley

Kelley played in all 17 games (three starts) and rushing for 405 yards and two touchdowns.

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Dean Marlowe

Marlowe joined the Bolts practice squad in late August before eventually joining the active roster, playing in 16 games (four starts).

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Tanner Muse

Muse was claimed off waivers in late August and was a key special teams contributor for the Bolts before being placed on IR in mid-November.

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Cameron Tom

Tom was signed to the practice squad in mid-October and appeared in one game for the Bolts.

Best Photos: Cameron Tom


Nick Williams

Williams was signed last May and was a consistent presence on the interior, playing in 14 games (six starts) and notching seven tackles for loss.

Best Photos: Nick Williams

Restricted Free Agents

Blake Lynch

Blake Lynch

Lynch played in seven games for the Chargers and was a key special teams contributor.

Best Photos: Blake Lynch

Exclusive Rights Free Agents


Zack Bailey

Bailey started the season on the practice squad before being signed to the active roster in September, but was placed on injured reserve in December.

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Keelan Doss

Doss began the 2023 season on the practice squad and eventually appeared in five games.

Best Photos: Keelan Doss


Raheem Layne

Layne appeared in five games (one start) before and an ACL injury ended his season in mid-October.

Best Photos: Raheem Layne



Nick Vannett

May 13 Update: Vannett agreed to terms with the Titans.


Jalen Guyton

May 6 Update: Guyton signed with the Raiders.


Austin Johnson

March 28 Update: Johnson signed with the Bills.


Will Clapp

March 22 Update: Clapp signed with the Bills.


Jaylinn Hawkins

March 21 Update: Hawkins signed with the Patriots.

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Austin Ekeler

March 18 Update: Ekeler signed with the Commanders.


Michael Davis

March 18 Update: Davis signed with the Commanders.


Kenneth Murray, Jr.

March 14 Update: Murray agreed to terms with the Titans.


Amen Ogbongbemiga

March 14 Update: Ogbongbemiga agreed to terms with the Bears.


Gerald Everett

March 13 Update: Everett agreed to terms with the Bears.

Breakdown of Free Agency Terms

UFA: Any player with four or more accrued seasons and an expired contract; free to negotiate and sign with any team.

RFA: A player with three accrued seasons and an expired contract. RFAs are free to negotiate and sign with any team, but their original team can offer them one of various qualifying offers ("tenders") that come with the right of first refusal and/or draft-pick compensation.

ERFA: Any player with fewer than three accrued seasons and an expired contract. If his original team offers him a one-year contract at the league minimum (based on his credited seasons), the player cannot negotiate with other teams.

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