Examining the San Diego Chargers' roster:
Clemens cemented his role as the team's top backup with another solid performance against Seattle. Brad Sorensen is a developmental prospect worth keeping around, but I still believe you need his roster spot for more depth along the offensive or defensive line.
RUNNING BACKS (4)
I particularly like Grice's ability to play special teams. Don't count out Kerwynn Williams.
TIGHT ENDS (4)
Phillips has shown versatility, but Jake Byrne also has emerged a guy who could compete for a roster spot -- a good blocker who can make a catch in the red zone.
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)
I'm interested to see if Jeromey Clary will come off the physically unable to perform list and get some work in this week. Clary has to show that he's close to playing for the team to have confidence to put him on the active roster for the regular season.
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (6)
Lawrence Guy remains out with a shoulder injury. With Lissemore, Scafe and Liuget all nursing injuries as well, undrafted rookie free agent Tenny Palepoi remains a viable option of making the 53-man roster. I would also like to see more of undrafted rookie free agent Chas Alecxih.
Williams is a hard one to figure out, but I have him on for now. If Thomas Keiser does not make it on San Diego's roster, he will wind up on another team because of his pass-rush skills. Cordarro Law remains a practice squad candidate.
Interesting to see Scifres work on kickoffs against Seattle.