Gabe Nabers was a perfect fit in the locker room and it was hard to see the Chargers letting him go. However, it doesn’t feel as bad after watching this Zander Horvath can do. Horvath will be useful in creating space for runners as well as a reliable option in short distance situations.
Below is the final list of 53 men via charger wire
Quarterback (3): Justin Herbert, Chase Daniel, Easton Stick
Running back (4): Austin Ekeler, Joshua Kelley, Isaiah Spiller, Larry Rountree III
Back (1): Zander Horvath
Wide receiver (5): Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Joshua Palmer, DeAndre Carter, Jalen Guyton
Tight end (3): Gerald Everett, Donald Parham, Tre’ McKitty
Offensive line (9): Rashawn Slater, Matt Feiler, Corey Linsley, Zion Johnson, Trey Pipkins, Storm Norton, Jamaree Salyer, Will Clapp, Brenden Jaimes
Defensive line (6): Sebastian Joseph-Day, Austin Johnson, Morgan Fox, Otito Ogbonnia, Jerry Tillery, Breiden Fehoko
Edge rusher (3): Joey Bosa, Khalil Mack, Chris Rumph II
Linebacker (5): Kyle Van Noy, Drue Tranquill, Kenneth Murray Jr., Troy Reeder, Nick Niemann, Amen Ogbongbemiga
Cornerback (6): JC Jackson, Asante Samuel Jr., Bryce Callahan, Michael Davis, Ja’Sir Taylor, Deane Leonard
Safety (4): Derwin James Jr., Nasir Adderley, JT Woods, Alohi Gilman
Specialists (3): K Dustin Hopkins, P JK Scott, LS Josh Harris
The Chargers have announced that RT Trey Pipkins has won the starting job against Storm Norton. After being cut twice in his career, Breiden Fehoko was very emotional when he learned he had made the team according to Nick Cothrel Charger’s report. “It’s just one of those rides where I always had to fight from the bottom up. I had to grind for everything I have. I wouldn’t want it any other way. I never want things handed to me on a silver platter. I always want people to challenge me. After competing throughout training camp and preseason, the Los Angeles Chargers believe they have a 53-man roster that will be successful in 2022.