San Diego Chargers training camp begins July 25 and the Bolts have a complete 90-man roster that will need to be trimmed to 53 by the start of the regular season.
Before the cuts begin to happen, though, and on the eve of training camp, it’s good to take a hard look at the positional units of the team at this very moment, overflowing with potential.
The positional units will be graded as a whole—not just on the projected/assumed starters. Grading a unit is largely subjective, but the criteria used is a pretty basic one that most fans should be able to determine without a whole lot of debate: Would a fan be OK with this player starting? Would this player be a hot commodity to the rest of the NFL if released by the Chargers?
While not necessarily the same questions, they are related.