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NFL roster no. 5: Los Angeles Chargers

. . . Los Angeles Chargers. 5. team. 13

It’s June, so you know what that means…

It’s time to hype up the Los Angeles Chargers.

A tradition unlike any other.

In all seriousness, the Los Angeles Chargers truly appear to have one of the best and most well-rounded rosters in the league.

Offensively, they are led by third-year QB Justin Herbert, who has quickly become one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL.

He has no shortage of weapons to get the ball to with all of Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, and Austin Ekeler being viable Pro Bowl candidates every year.

Gerald Everett has joined the mix this offseason as the team’s potential TE1 along with Donald Parham and 2021 third-round pick Tre McKitty.

The offensive line has gotten upgrades in the last two offseason with the additions of left tackle Rashawn Slater — one of the best rookies regardless of position in 2021 — and veterans Corey Linsley and Matt Feiler last year, as well as the addition of first-round pick Zion Johnson in 2022.

The defensive line got some underrated help in 2022 with the additions of free agents Sebastian Joseph-Day as well as Austin Johnson, but the biggest piece to join the Chargers’ revamped defensive front is former Defensive MVP Khalil Mack.

Mack isn’t the player he once was, but still a phenomenal edge player when healthy.

As great as the Khalil Mack move was for the Chargers, the most impactful move this team made in the 2022 offseason was the addition of free agent cornerback JC Jackson, who has 17 interceptions over the last two years.

Jackson’s inclusion in the secondary gives the Chargers a truly enviable group on the back end with tons of ball skills and turnover potential.

The Chargers are loaded. They are pretty deep, and they have few weaknesses.