Chargers Sign Former Titans and Chiefs RB Dexter McCluster

Dexter McCluster
The Chargers have inked former Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs running back Dexter McCluster, a player that could help in the run game with the loss of Danny Woodhead.

McCluster makes sense for the Chargers because of his familiarity with the team’s offensive scheme from his time with the Titans when San Diego offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt served as that team’s head coach.

And like Woodhead, McCluster is a change-of-pace back who can be used in passing situations and in the return game.

The Chargers lost Woodhead for the season, placing the 31-year-old veteran on the injured reserve after he suffered an ACL injury against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week.


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One Response to “Chargers Sign Former Titans and Chiefs RB Dexter McCluster”

  1. I like this move. Go Chargers!

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