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How Easy is the Chargers Schedule?

How Easy is the Chargers Schedule?

The Los Angeles Chargers schedule leaks will populate your timelines, but we already know who their opponents will be. How easy is their schedule, really?

Not much in the way of Los Angeles Chargers news has emerged from the schedule leaks that are spreading across the NFL. We’ll see the official schedule release later tonight, but we already know who the Chargers are going to play — along with every other team.

For those who want to know when and where the Chargers will play their pre-determined opponents, keep an eye on our tracker.

Now that we know that the...

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Chargers 2024 NFL schedule tracker: Rumors, leaks, and info

Chargers 2024 NFL schedule tracker: Rumors, leaks, and info

We’ll track all of the schedule leaks and rumors right here until the 2024 NFL schedule is released on May 15 at 5 p.m. PT.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for NFL fans — the full 2024 NFL schedule will be released on Wednesday, May 15 at 8 p.m. ET. Until then, we’ll be tracking all of the leaks and rumors for the Chargers schedule right here.

Check back often for the latest.

Chargers schedule rumors

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Chargers home opponents 2024

Denver Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
Las Vegas Raiders
Baltimore Ravens (Harbaugh Bowl!)
Cincinnati...

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Bud Dupree Signs with the Chargers

Bud Dupree Signs with the Chargers

The former Steelers, Titans and Falcons edge rusher chose the Los Angeles Chargers over former teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons

Former first-round pick Bud Dupree, an edge rusher previously with the Atlanta Falcons, has signed a two-year, $6 million with the Los Angeles Chargers, per multiple reports. ESPN reported that Dupree had also been in talks with the Steelers, who drafted him, and the Falcons.

Dupree represents a solid depth piece for the team, playing behind Khalil Mack, Joey Bosa and Tuli Tuipulotu. Given the age and injury history of their starting two edge rushers, it makes sense...

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Chargers agree to terms with 21 undrafted free agents

Chargers agree to terms with 21 undrafted free agents

The Chargers now are at 88 rostered players after signing their UDFA class.

The Chargers agreed to terms with 21 undrafted free agents following the end of the 2024 NFL Draft. The signings put the Chargers to 88 total players on their roster.


OG Karsen Barnhart, Michigan

  • 6’4, 304 pounds
  • 30 career starts at every position on the line except center

QB Casey Bauman, Augustana

  • 6’7, 225 pounds
  • 2023 stats: 2,878 passing yards, 29 touchdowns, nine interceptions, 322 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns

TE Luke Benson, Georgia Tech

  • 6’4, 233 pounds...
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Why the Chargers drafted Michigan WR Cornelius Johnson

Why the Chargers drafted Michigan WR Cornelius Johnson

The Chargers capped off their draft class with a third wide receiver in Cornelius Johnson.

With the 253rd pick in the 2-24 NFL Draft, the Chargers selected wide receiver Cornelius Johnson.

The Chargers entered this year’s draft with only four wide receivers signed to the roster. Now, they’ve almost doubled that amount by selecting their third wideout (second of the seventh round) while also nabbing Jim Harbaugh a second former Michigan player.

Johnson is a sizable 6’2, 213-pound with 4.44 speed. He played in a lot of games for Jim Harbaugh as a three-year starter for the Wolverines. He was...

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Chargers Select Michigan WR Cornelius Johnson

Chargers Select Michigan WR Cornelius Johnson

The Los Angeles Chargers have added another Michigan player, this time receiver Cornelius Johnson. This marks the third pass-catcher the team has added to supplement their thin receiving group.

The Los Angeles Chargers fulfilled our prediction of selecting two Wolverines in this year’s draft by selecting Michigan wide receiver Cornelius Johnson with the 253rd selection in the 2024 NFL Draft, a compensatory selection the Chargers received because of the departure of Drue Tranquill in free agency.

It’s not often that one enters the final picks of the NFL draft with players that have easily available scouting reports, but the Chargers...

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2024 Chargers UDFA Tracker: The Bolts are not done yet!

2024 Chargers UDFA Tracker: The Bolts are not done yet!

Keep it right here for all the UDFAs signed by the Chargers.

The 2024 has officially come to an end but that doesn’t mean the excitement has to. For the next couple hours, teams will be working the phones to try and land their next undrafted free agent class. A number of prominent names did not end up hearing their name called over the last three days but that does not mean the end of the NFL dreams. All they need is a chance and some team is about to give them one.

The Chargers also did not fill every...

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Why the Chargers drafted USC WR Brenden Rice

Why the Chargers drafted USC WR Brenden Rice

The son of the greatest receiver of all time is headed to the Chargers.

With the 225th pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Chargers have selected USC wide receiver Brenden Rice, the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice.

Wide receiver was one of the position groups in which the Chargers were likely to double-dip in during this draft and they did just that after drafting Georgia’s Ladd McConkey in the second round.

Rice was originally expected to come off the board sometime in the fourth or fifth round but the Chargers somehow got away with landing...

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Chargers select USC WR Brenden Rice

Chargers select USC WR Brenden Rice

The Los Angeles Chargers have already added to their receiving room in this year’s draft, but do so again by selecting USC receiver Brenden Rice

With the 225th pick in the NFL draft, the Los Angeles Chargers selected USC wide receiver Brenden Rice, notably known as the son of Jerry Rice — the greatest receiver to ever play the game.

Rice is more than just bloodlines. He was highly regarded by the draft community, ranking 106th overall by the Consensus Big Board. Some projected him to go as early as Day 2, but a deep draft overall, including at receiver,...

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Why the Chargers selected Troy RB Kimani Vidal

Why the Chargers selected Troy RB Kimani Vidal

Kimani Vidal was a workhorse during his time at Troy, ending his career with over 4,000 rushing yards.

With the 181st pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Chargers selected Troy running back Kimani Vidal. After losing both Austin Ekeler and Joshua Kelley earlier this offseason, the Chargers have now added Gus Edwards, J.K. Dobbins, and Vidal to a room that still hosts Isaiah Spiller, Elijah Dotson, and Jaret Patterson.

Even with Edwards and Dobbins leading the backfield, Vidal was a necessary addition with Dobbins on a one-year deal coming off another season-ending injury. The Chargers are hoping the cheap...

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Chargers select Troy RB Kimani Vidal

Chargers select Troy RB Kimani Vidal

The Chargers begin to fill out their depleted running back room with Kimani Vidal, a “big” back with balance.

With the 181st pick in the NFL draft, the Los Angeles Chargers selected running back Kimani Vidal from Troy. The Chargers got in on the back end of a run on running backs without missing out on a talented player.

“Compactly built” is perhaps the best descriptor one can use for Vidal, and this one comes from the Athletic’s Dane Brugler. Despite a frame that’s just shy of 5’8”, Vidal packed 213 pounds in there. That didn’t stop him from running...

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Why the Chargers selected CB Cam Hart

Why the Chargers selected CB Cam Hart

Cam Hart gives the Chargers a lengthy cornerback on the outside for defensive coordinator Jesse Minter.

With the 140th pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Chargers selected Notre Dame cornerback Cam Hart. Just three picks after taking Maryland cornerback Tarheeb Still, the Bolts double-dip at a premium position to quickly fill their cornerback room with new blood.

On the face, this was a decent steal based on a number of draft pundits who believed Hart was going to come off the board sometime in the fourth round. He offers excellent length at 6’3 and a smidge over 200 pounds....

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