Subject: 5 free agent linebackers Chargers should consider
Content: The Chargers had one of the worst linebacker groups in the NFL and ranked near the bottom against the run. There is some to blame on the interior defensive line, but the linebackers had <a href=""></a> a lot to do with <a href=""></a> that fact as well. <a href=""><img src=""  alt="#41 Youth Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Black Jersey: Limited 2016 Salute to Service Nike NFL New York Giants Pro" /></a> Linebacker Denzel Perryman played well when healthy, but injuries kept him sidelined for a chunk of the season again. Meanwhile, his fellow LB Jatavis Brown took a significant step back as well. This put more pressure on Hayes Pullard, Kyle Emmanuel, and Korey Toomer. The trio just couldn’t handle the number of snaps given, and it <a href="">Jeff Carter Youth Jersey</a> hurt Gus Bradley’s defense against the run all season long. <a href=""><img src=""  alt="Youth Adidas Toronto Maple Leafs #34 Auston Matthews Authentic Green Salute to Service NHL Jersey Special Deal" /></a> Adding a sure tackler at linebacker position next to Perryman could solve a lot of issues along the <a href="">Darrius Heyward-Bey Authentic Jersey</a> front seven, and free agency will be an intriguing place to find one. <a href="">Tommy McDonald Authentic Jersey</a> Here is a look at five <a href=""></a> linebackers for Los Angeles to consider during 2018 NFL free agency.    <a href=""></a><br />  <a href=""></a><br />  <a href=""></a><br />  <a href=""></a><br />  <a href=""></a><br />