Chargers Cut Mike Williams, Open Up $20M in Cap Space

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Los Angeles Chargers Make Moves in Free Agency

Chargers Release Mike Williams

The Los Angeles Chargers announced the release of wide receiver Mike Williams to comply with the league’s salary cap requirements.

This move saves the Chargers $20 million while incurring a dead money charge of $12.46 million, ensuring they are under the $255.4 million cap limit.

Khalil Mack Restructures Deal

Pass-rusher Khalil Mack will remain with the Chargers after agreeing to restructure his contract to create additional salary cap space.

Mack, a former Defensive Player of the Year, had a career-high 17 sacks last season.

Williams’ Injury-Plagued Seasons

Despite being known for his contested catch ability, injuries have plagued Mike Williams in the past two seasons.

After missing games due to a fractured back and torn ACL, Williams’ release marks the end of his tenure with the Chargers.

Mack’s Aspirations Under New Coach

Looking ahead, Khalil Mack aims to achieve his goal of winning a Super Bowl under the leadership of new Chargers coach Jim Harbaugh.

His impact on the team’s defense will be crucial in pursuing a championship in the upcoming season.

Read More of this Story at – 2024-03-13 19:11:00

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