The San Diego Chargers have announced the signing of former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Roscoe Parrish on a one-year contract. Parrish is the third free-agent wide receiver that the team has signed this offseason after having already added Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal to the offense.
He is a 29-year-old veteran who has been with the Bills ever since he entered the league back in 2005. Although he wasn’t a huge contributor to the Bills on offense, he was a solid contributor on special teams where he was used as both a kick and punt returner.
The Chargers' wide receiver group now appears to be set with six receivers currently on the roster, and all are expected to have a role on the team next season. With all the wide receivers in place and Philip Rivers at quarterback, the Chargers' passing game is looking good for the upcoming season.
The only thing that’s left to decide now is how the wide receiver depth chart will look.
Here’s my prediction.