By Gavino Borquez
Now that the offseason is soon about to come to an end, we have a great idea of the majority of the roster that the Chargers will be pushing out in order to determine the final 53.
For the most part, general manager Tom Telesco did a great job of adding players to help contribute this upcoming season and also cutting ties with some players that the coaching staff felt like that their services were no longer needed.
Among the one of the surprising moves that no one saw coming was the release of safety Jahleel Addae back in March. While most supporters thought that it was an outstanding move, Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox did not, labeling it as the team’s biggest regret that they should have.
The Los Angeles Chargers managed to keep most of their playoff-caliber defense intact this offseason. However, they did part with one valuable member, safety Jahleel Addae.
Now, the Chargers aren’t exactly thin at the safety position. They have All-Pro Derwin James, Adrian Phillips, Rayshawn Jenkins and rookie Nasir Adderley. However, Addae has been a valuable player and a defensive leader since signing with the Chargers as an undrafted free agent back in...