OL - FA
Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Chargers have released OL Trai Turner after finding nobody to trade for the veteran lineman.
After a month of trying to shop the lineman, the Chargers decided to release the veteran OL. The move comes at a bit of a surprise as the Chargers traded for him from the Panthers just last season. The move saves the team $11.5 million against the cap for 2021.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Chargers are actively shopping former Pro-Bowl guard Trai Turner.
Turner is due $11.5M this season. It's looking like he will either be traded or released in the near future. Turner has made five Pro-Bowls but only appeared in nine games last season.
Trai Turner just a solid extension from the Panthers in the amount of $45 million over the next four seasons which includes $20.3 million guaranteed. Turner has reached back-to-back Pro Bowls so the guard deserved it.
Turner had a down season last year but is one of the more sure bets on Carolina's offensive line. His solid play bodes well for Cam Newton and Jonathan Stewart in fantasy this season.