Full List of Los Angeles Chargers 2019 Transactions

March 19 - Veteran wideout Geremy Davis is back, inking a one-year deal with the Bolts.

March 15 - Few players in the NFL have a better feel-good story than Adrian Phillips, Now, after earning Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors in 2018, the do-it-all safety agreed to terms on a one-year deal to stay in LA. Meanwhile, LB Thomas Davis arrived at Hoag Performance Center, signing the two-year deal he previously struck with the Bolts.

March 14 - QB Tyrod Taylor put pen to paper, officially inking his two-year deal.

March 13 - The Bolts made a flurry of moves at the start of the new league year. First, the team bolstered their linebacker corps by agreeing to terms with former Carolina Panther Thomas Davis. They then found a backup for Philip Rivers in agreeing to terms with veteran QB Tyrod Taylor. Lastly, the team brought back one of their own, in agreeing to terms with NT Brandon Mebane. This upcoming season will mark Mebane’s fourth with the Bolts.

March 9 - The Chargers parted ways with one of their longest tenured players as the team released Jahleel Addae. The safety signed with the team as an undrafted free agent in 2013, posting the second most tackles by an undrafted player in franchise history. Meanwhile, hard-hitting linebacker Denzel Perryman inked a two-year deal to remain in L.A.

February 25 - The Bolts had high hopes for Jaylen Watkins a year ago before he was lost for the season after suffering a knee injury during the preseason. Nonetheless, the Chargers saw enough in him that they brought him back in the fold, re-signing the versatile defensive back to potentially play free safety and nickel corner in 2019.

January 19 - Running back Troymaine Pope returns to the Bolts on a Reserve/Future contract after spending time on the team's active roster at the end of 2018.

January 17 - Another member of last year's practice squad has been signed to a Reserve/Future contract as the team brought back G Spencer Drango, who joined the team last September. The 6-6, 315-pounder boasts a significant amount of playing time, having appeared in 32 games with 19 starts for the Browns after being selected in the fifth round (168th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft.

January 15 - After being signed as a kickoff specialist for the Divisional Round game, the Bolts waived kicker Nick Rose.

January 14 - Following their Divisional Round loss to the New England Patriots, the Chargers signed eight players to Reserve/Future contracts including DE Patrick Afriyie, LB Tre’Von Johnson, QB Cardale Jones, P Ty Long, WR Justice Liggins, TE Vince Mayle, WR Andre Patton and DB Arrion Springs.

January 11 - The Chargers added another kicker to the roster before Sunday's Divisional Round game against the New England Patriots, inking Nick Rose, who appeared in the final two games for the Bolts in 2017. Rose has made 11 of 14 field goal attempts (78.6 percent) with a long of 55 in 10 career games for the Chargers and Washington Redskins. To make room, the team waived RB Troymaine Pope.

January 7 - Hunter Henry is eligible to play in the Divisional Round as the Bolts activated the tight end who tore his ACL during OTAs. The third-year tight end hauled in 45 passes for 579 yards and four TDs a year ago. To make room, LB Jatavis Brown was placed on the reserve-injured list with an ankle injury suffered Week 17 vs. the Denver Broncos.

January 3 - The Bolts made another move to the practice squad on Thursday, signing safety Fish Smithson to replace Dexter McCoil (practice squad – injured). Smithson is a 5-11, 196-pound product out of Kansas who appeared in two games a year ago for the Washington Redskins. He previously spent time this season on the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad.

January 2 - The Chargers kicked off the new year by bringing back a name from the past, signing safety Dexter McCoil to the practice squad to replace safety A.J. Hendy. The 6-4, 220-pound McCoil appeared in 18 games between 2016-17 for the Bolts, including all 16 with two starts in 2016. He totaled 26 tackles, five passes defensed and one interception during his first stint with the Chargers.

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