NFL Rumors: Chargers Continue to Add Defensive Talent

It seems the Chargers are not done making additions to their defense this offseason. 

On Wednesday, Los Angeles signed a familiar face to their secondary in former Broncos' cornerback Bryce Callahan. He'll be joining J.C. Jackson and sophomore Asante Samuel Jr. as the team's primary corners this coming season in what should be a radically improved Chargers' defense. 

Callahan, 30, played his first 4 years with the Bears in Chicago before spending the last 3 seasons in Denver. Throughout his career, Callahan has established himself as a capable slot corner when he is available but unfortunately he has always been prone to injury. 

In Denver, Callahan played in 21 of a possible 33 regular season games over the last 2 years after missing the entire 2019 campaign and during his time with the Bears, he never played more than 13 games any given season. However, when Callahan is on the field he has been relatively productive logging 6 interceptions, 29 passes defended, 5 sacks and 193 tackles through 66 career games.

In addition to this, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Thursday morning that veteran free agent linebacker Kyle Van Noy is visiting with the team today and is likely to sign with the Chargers. 

Van Noy, 31, spent last season with the Patriots and had a productive year with 66 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and an interception. The Chargers would be Van Noy's third team in as many years after being released by both the Patriots and Dolphins after only a single season with each.