The Los Angeles Chargers agreed to terms on a two-year contract with NT Brandon Mebane, the organization announced on Wednesday. Mebane spent the last three seasons with the Chargers, starting in all 38 games he appeared in.
The Los Angeles native enters his 13th NFL season, having started 163 of his 169 career games played. Mebane has totaled 440 tackles (284 solo), 17.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, 10 passes defensed and an interception. His 57 career tackles for loss are the highest among active NFL nose tackles.
As a Charger, Mebane has registered 91 tackles (55 solo), an interception, a pair of sacks, a forced fumble, two passes defensed and nine tackles for loss.
Mebane is a two-time NFC Champion with Seattle, including a victory in Super Bowl XLVIII over Denver. He has been a team captain in each of his three seasons with the Bolts and was the team's Ed Block Courage Award winner in 2017 after suffering a season-ending biceps injury at the end of the 2016 season.