Los Angeles Chargers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

Los Angeles Chargers Team 2017 Players: Los Angeles Chargers is a popular American football team franchise based in the Greater Los Angeles Area, and NFL 2017 is the 48th season of this team. The Los Angeles Chargers compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference (AFC) West division. Los Angeles Chargers’s 2017 season is the 58th overall and the first under head coach Anthony Lynn. It will also be the Chargers’ first season in Los Angeles since their inaugural 1960 season, when they were in the AFL, as the team exercised its option to move to the city and join the Los Angeles Rams on January 12, 2017. The 2017 season will be the first of three seasons played at StubHub Center prior to the new stadium being completed. Get here complete information about Los Angeles Chargers 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and many more details.

Los Angeles Chargers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

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Los Angeles Chargers Roster 2017

Los Angeles Chargers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

Quarterbacks:

  • 6 Mike Bercovici
  • 10 Kellen Clemens
  • 5 Eli Jenkins
  • 17 Philip Rivers

Running backs:

  • 24 Kenjon Barner
  • 3 Austin Ekeler
  • 27 Kenneth Farrow
  • 28 Melvin Gordon
  • 32 Branden Oliver
  • 34 Derek Watt FB
  • 44 Andre Williams

Wide receivers:

  • 13 Keenan Allen
  • 12 Travis Benjamin
  • 81 Da’Ron Brown
  • 89 Isaiah Burse
  • 11 Geremy Davis
  • 15 Dontrelle Inman
  • 1 Jamaal Jones
  • 83 Mitchell Paige
  • 88 Andre Patton
  • 82 Artavis Scott
  • 7 Mike Williams
  • 16 Tyrell Williams

Tight ends:

  • 45 Asante Cleveland
  • 80 Sean Culkin
  • 87 Jeff Cumberland
  • 85 Antonio Gates
  • 86 Hunter Henry
  • 84 Sean McGrath

Offensive linemen:

  • 72 Joe Barksdale T
  • 67 Brett Boyko G
  • 78 Tyreek Burwell T
  • 63 Donavon Clark G
  • 60 Dillon Deboer C
  • 66 Dan Feeney G
  • 75 Chris Hairston T
  • 77 Forrest Lamp G
  • 76 Russell Okung T
  • 73 Spencer Pulley C
  • 68 Matt Slauson C
  • 69 Sam Tevi T
  • 62 Max Tuerk C
  • 79 Kenny Wiggins G

Defensive linemen:

  • 97 Jeremiah Attaochu DE
  • 99 Joey Bosa DE
  • 90 Ryan Carrethers DT
  • 96 Kaleb Eulls DT
  • 54 Melvin Ingram DE
  • 46 Chris Landrum DE
  • 94 Corey Liuget DT
  • 40 Chris McCain DE
  • 92 Brandon Mebane DT
  • 95 Tenny Palepoi DT
  • 93 Darius Philon DE
  • 91 Caraun Reid DT
  • 98 Isaac Rochell DE
  • 71 Damion Square DT

Linebackers:

  • 57 Jatavis Brown OLB
  • 48 Nick Dzubnar MLB
  • 51 Kyle Emanuel OLB
  • 58 Nigel Harris OLB
  • 50 Mike Moore OLB
  • 49 James Onwualu OLB
  • 53 Joshua Perry OLB
  • 52 Denzel Perryman MLB
  • 56 Korey Toomer MLB

Defensive backs:

  • 37 Jahleel Addae SS
  • 33 Tre Boston FS
  • 43 Michael Davis CB
  • 41 Randall Evans CB
  • 26 Casey Hayward CB
  • 3 Rayshawn Jenkins FS
  • 36 Desmond King CB
  • 20 Dwight Lowery FS
  • 29 Craig Mager CB
  • 23 Dexter McCoil FS
  • 30 Adrian McDonald S
  • 31 Adrian Phillips SS
  • 38 Trovon Reed CB
  • 35 Ryan Reid CB
  • 39 Brandon Stewart CB
  • 25 Darrell Stuckey FS
  • 22 Jason Verrett CB
  • 4 Brad Watson CB
  • 42 Trevor Williams CB

Special teams:

  • 4 Toby Baker P
  • 8 Drew Kaser P
  • 9 Younghoe Koo K
  • 2 Josh Lambo K
  • 47 Mike Windt LS

The Los Angeles Chargers joined the NFL as result of the AFL–NFL merger in 1970, and played their home games at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers will play their home games at the StubHub Center until the opening in 2020 of the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, which they will share with the Rams.

The Los Angeles Chargers won one AFL title in 1963 and reached the AFL playoffs five times and the AFL Championship four times before joining the NFL (1970) as part of the AFL–NFL merger. They have seven players and one coach enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio: wide receiver Lance Alworth (1962–1970), defensive end Fred Dean (1975–1981), quarterback Dan Fouts (1973–1987), head coach-general manager Sid Gillman (1960–1969, 1971), wide receiver Charlie Joiner(1976–1986), offensive lineman Ron Mix (1960–1969), tight end Kellen Winslow (1979–1987), and linebacker Junior Seau (1990–2002).

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