- Eric D. Williams, ESPN San Diego Chargers reporter
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Examining the San Diego Chargers' roster:
Nothing has changed here. Sorensen still clearly the No. 3 quarterback at this point.
Running backs (4)
Inman has been the most consistent of the young receivers trying to make the back end of the roster. Seyi Ajirotutu is still in the mix, and rookies Tevin Reese, Javontee Herndon and Torrence Allen all have made plays.
Tight ends (4)
You could go with three tight ends here in order to pick up another receiver.
Offensive linemen (9)
With Jeromey Clary still on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list and not practicing, the Chargers need depth here.
Defensive linemen (6)
Williams has been one of the more impressive young players in camp. It will be hard to keep Thomas Keiser off of the roster after how he played last season.
At times, Marshall has been the best cornerback in camp. He's playing with a lot of confidence right now.
Interested to see how rookie punter Chase Tenpenny performs in exhibition play if he gets an opportunity.
Examining the San Diego Chargers' roster:Quarterbacks (3) Philip Rivers Kellen Clemens Brad Sorensen Nothing has changed here. Sorensen still clearly the No.