Chargers Re-Sign Damion Square

Damion Square has re-signed with the Chargers, according to an announcement from the defensive tackle on his Instagram page. Terms of the deal are not yet known. 

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Square first entered the league in 2013 as a UDFA with the Eagles and hooked on with the Bolts in 2014. That’s where he’s been ever since, seeing playing time as a rotational lineman and occasionally as a starter. In his six years with San Diego/Los Angeles (really five years, since he didn’t take the field in Year One), Square has started in 23 of his 75 games. He’s also picked up 5.5 sacks along the way, thanks in part to some snaps at defensive end in ’18.

Last year, Square finished out with 27 tackles, perfect attendance, and four starts. He was on the field for 402 snaps, good for third among Chargers interior linemen. This year, he’ll back up Linval Joseph, who joined the squad on a two-year, $17MM deal in March.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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  1. acarneglia

    You have to appreciate a guy who comes into the league as a UDFA and has stuck around and played a role as long as him.

    • Chris

      Malcom Floyd, Austin Ekeler, and of course the great Antonio Gates. Chargers do well finding really good to great players

  2. abssamanta

    Wish the Eagles could’ve gotten more out of him… we got rid of him before he had a chance to make much of an impact…

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