Depending on whom you ask, the San Diego Chargers will be over or just under the projected salary cap in 2014. Either way, there isn't a lot of space to work with, and that could make free agency difficult, to say the least.
Spotrac reports that San Diego is nearly $1 million over the cap, while OvertheCap.com insists the team is approximately $1 million under (h/t Erick Mack of Bleacher Report). For the second year in a row, general manager Tom Telesco will be forced to nickel and dime his way through free agency in an effort to keep the Chargers as competitive as they were last season.
Here are odds for the Chargers signing their top six free-agent targets, including a few in-house players who are scheduled to hit the market in March.