Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Crompton’

Aftermath of the O’Sullivan Signing

Yesterday, the Chargers signed journeyman quarterback J.T. O’Sullivan to a one-year deal after he was released by the Cincinnati Bengals. With O’Sullivan now on the roster, the Chargers had until today to a cut in order to make room on the 53-man roster for the third-string quarterback. So, in response to the signing, the Chargers released […]

Practice Squad Set for the Bolts

Today, the Chargers formed their eight-man practice squad after making their cuts yesterday. The eight players that will make up the practice squad are as follows: Rookie WR Seyi Ajirotutu 2nd year RB Curtis Brinkley Rookie QB Jonathan Crompton Rookie TE Dedrick Epps Rookie WR Richard Goodman Rookie C-G Jeff Hansen Rookie OT Nick Richmond […]

Chargers Cut 23 to Drop Roster Down to 53

The Chargers had a few surprise cuts up their sleaves today as the whittled their roster down to the NFL mandatory 53-man limit. Some of the big names that aren’t on that roster are rookie quarterback Jonathan Crompton, veteran cornerback Nathan Vasher, veteran wide receiver Josh Reed, and rookie running back Curtis Brinkley. These are […]

Breaking Down the Bolts Part 1: QBs

So I’ve decided to take a little more in-depth look at the Chargers roster and all of the electric players that it bolsters this year. As a sort of series, I will be breaking down every position, my projected depth chart for that position and the role that each player will play at that position. […]

Chargers Lock Down First 2010 Draft Pick, QB Project

Today, the Chargers inked a deal with their fifth-round draft pick, Jonathan Crompton, a quarterback out of the University of Tennessee. He is said to have signed a four-year deal with a total maximum value of $2.675 million. This is leading many to believe that Crompton will take over Charlie Whitehurst’s role as the Chargers’ […]