The Chargers led the NFL in passing offense last season, averaging 277 yards per game, all while surrendering a league-low 18 sacks.

It gets a little complicated after that, Sherman wrote. He also noted that agents negotiate bad deals all the time and that he wanted to be represented by somebody who was going to look out for my best interest and nothing else. He found that in himself. So, can Sherman regain his prior form That’s really the most important question in all of this.

It’s not like Sherman suddenly regressed to the point where he was a liability last season, but he wasn’t at his best either. In a nine-game 2017 season, Sherman notched two interceptions and seven passes defended. According to Pro Football Focus, Sherman allowed a 75.5 passer rating in coverage, which ranked 24th among qualified cornerbacks.

Wiggins has spent the past three seasons with the Chargers, staring 16 games at right guard last season. Assuming the Lions move Graham Glasgow to center next season, Wiggins would likely compete for a starting job at left guard.

Still, analytics site Pro Football Focus frowned on Wiggins’ individual performance, grading him 70th among 77 qualifying guards. They credited him with allowing just three sacks, but 41 total pressures on the quarterback, second-worst among all guards.

Wiggins played for Lions offensive line coach Jeff Davidson in 2016, who was serving in the same role with the Chargers in 2016.

The Los Angeles Chargers were one of 32 teams in attendance at the Louisville pro day Thursday and reportedly spent a little more time with Jackson than the others. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that Bolts offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt met with Jackson after his pro day.

Garafolo added for context that Chargers coach Anthony Lynn was effusive in his praise of Jackson at the combine, signifying that L.A. has real interest in the quarterback. Philip Rivers is 36 years old and has two years left on his contract. Behind him on the Chargers depth chart are longtime backup Kellen Clemens and third-year QB Cardale Jones, for whom L.A. traded ahead of last season. L.A. also met with former Jets quarterback Geno Smith this week.jets_100

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