Chargers re-signed LT King Dunlap to a four-year, $28 million contract.
Dunlap started all 16 games on Philip Rivers' blindside, grading out as a top-25 tackle by Pro Football Focus. A dominant run-blocker, Dunlap made improvements in pass protection this past season, allowing just three sacks. Dunlap will return as a bookend to RT D.J. Fluker. He's now signed through 2018.
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The NFL is expected to increase the size of practice squads from eight to ten players this season.
That opens up 64 more jobs across the league, and each team will now employ 63 players. Teams will love it, as they're now able to stash even more potential talent and develop more youngsters across the season.