Who was number 32 on the Chargers?

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Who was number 32 on the Chargers?

Uniform Numbers

Player From To
Nasir Adderley 2019 2019
Jim Allison 1965 1968
Eric Bieniemy 1991 1994
Michael Brooks 1989 1990

Who is number 35 on the Chargers?

Larry Rountree III

Down arrow icon Player Down arrow icon No Down arrow icon College
Chris Rumph II 94 Duke
Larry Rountree III 35 Missouri
Scott Quessenberry 61 UCLA
Mike Pouncey 53 Florida

Is Dan Fouts number retired?

Then-Chargers owner Gene Klein, who hated the Raiders, unretired the number. Dan Fouts had his No. 19 was retired in 2005, 35 years after he last played for the Chargers and 27 years after he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Who is number one on the Chargers?

Los Angeles Chargers – chargers.com….Active.

Down arrow icon Player Jalen Guyton
Down arrow icon Pos WR
Down arrow icon HT 6-1
Down arrow icon WT 212
Down arrow icon Age 24

Who wears number 10 for the Chargers?

Justin Herbert: NFL Top 100.

Who is 68 on the Chargers?

Breiden Hinckley Fehoko
Breiden Hinckley Fehoko (born October 15, 1996) is an American football defensive end for the Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL).

Who wore 58 for the Chargers?

Tre’Von Johnson

No. 58
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight: 235 lb (107 kg)
Career information
High school: Hunter (West Valley City, Utah)

Who wore #20 for the Chargers?

Antoine Cason
Antoine Cason – The current #20 and a player that flashed a ton of potential in his rookie season.

Who’s number 15 for the Chargers?

J. Guyton

NO Player DOB (AGE)
40 G. Nabers 11/5/1997 (23)
35 L. Rountree III Chargers’ Larry Rountree: Poor outing in loss Larry Rountree III Chargers’ Larry Rountree: Poor outing in loss 2/13/1999 (22)
13 K. Allen 4/27/1992 (29)
15 J. Guyton 6/7/1997 (24)

What’s the LA Chargers record for 2020?

After a 45–0 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 13, the Chargers were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the second consecutive year. However, despite this, the Chargers rallied and won their last four games, bringing their record to 7–9, improving on their 5–11 season from the previous year.

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