33. Johnnie Troutman (OG)
Johnnie Troutman missed all of his rookie season last year due to injury, but don't be surprised if you see his name came up as a potential starter at guard. GM Tom Telesco was a fan of the rookie.
34. Darrell Stuckey (S)
Darrell Stuckey has been with the team for three years. While there have been openings at safety for him to fill, he's never been able to win a starting job. Still, he's arguably the team's best special teams player.
35. Shareece Wright (CB)
Like Vincent Brown last year, Shareece Wright was another young player who was hurt early in the season. Wright displayed some potential with a strong performance against Dallas in the preseason, but the injury he sustained really slowed his progress moving forward.
36. Larry English (OLB)
This is likely Larry English's last chance to prove his worth to the team that drafted him in the first round five years ago. Even with the addition of Dwight Freeney, English will still get more playing time in place of the injured Melvin Ingram, according to U-T San Diego's Michael Gehlken.
37. Steve Williams (CB)
San Diego's fifth-round draft choice of Steve Williams could get substantial playing time in this weak secondary. He could challenge for a starting spot at corner, but the nickel is the very least he could get.
38. Kwame Geather (DT)
Kwame Geathers, an undrafted rookie out of Georgia, is expected to compete for a spot in the defensive line rotation. The massive defensive tackle could be just what the Chargers look for in their 3-4 defense.
39. Thomas Keiser (OLB)
Thomas Keiser, a former undrafted rookie, was released by Carolina after three seasons before signing with the Chargers. An elbow injury cut short his 2012 season, but he'll have an opportunity to compete with Larry English for a starting job at outside linebacker.