At least five veterans have been put on notice this offseason by the San Diego Chargers.
Following the conclusion of the draft, a large contingent of rookies were added to the roster to compete for a job in 2014. While competition may be good for the sake of the team, it can be disruptive to the mindset of veterans who aren't certain of their long-term status with the club.
Rookies bring bodies with less mileage and, more importantly, bargain prices. As such, veterans with little time left on their contracts can be at an immediate disadvantage. This is also true for experienced players who haven't performed up to the team's standards.
Here are five vets who should be concerned whether its this season or the next.