The San Diego Chargers have 25 players entering free agency this offseason, but only a handful will remain with the team thanks to cap space that gives little wiggle room in 2013.
As reported by U-T San Diego's Kevin Acee, the Chargers have just about $7 million to work with this year. When asked if he'd consider re-working contracts to free up more cap space, GM Tom Telesco didn't rule out the idea but felt comfortable enough to work with what he already had. Acee's piece breaks down the possibility of that happening, paying special attention to the contracts of Philip Rivers and Eric Weddle.
Assuming the cap number stays the same, San Diego may be left with enough money to sign just one player. The next 10 slides feature the Chargers' top 10 free agents and a break down of whether they'll be re-signed. The last slide is a list of the remaining free agents who will likely look for another team.
All salary info is provided by spotrac.com.