They added everything from a Pro Bowl edge rusher to a punter, signed everything from six defensive starters to a long snapper.
The 2022 offseason was an active and pricey one for the Chargers, the team committing $78.172 million in fully guaranteed money to 11 free agents who became significant contributors.
The moves began with a trade for Khalil Mack in early March and continued through the signing of Morgan Fox in mid-May.
The Chargers rebuilt their defense and special teams and added Gerald Everett and DeAndre Carter as options for quarterback Justin Herbert.
Now, with the 2023 free-agent negotiating period set to open Monday, they look to continue to push coming off a season in which they finished 10-7 and returned to the playoffs.
The Chargers recently reworked four contracts to give themselves some financial relief for the start of the new league year. They entered the weekend with $19 million in salary-cap space, according to overthecap.com.
Here’s a position-by-position look at their roster as the player-movement season draws closer: