Chargers Re-Sign K Cameron Dicker

The Chargers have officially retained Cameron Dicker for the 2024 campaign. According to Aaron Wilson of KPRC2 in Houston, the Chargers have signed the ERFA kicker.

Dicker was hit with the exclusive rights free agent tender earlier this offseason. This was always the likeliest path, as the kicker effectively had no path to joining another squad.

The former UDFA out of Texas had brief stints with the Rams, Ravens, and Eagles before catching on with the Chargers during the 2022 campaign. He ended up supplanting Dustin Hopkins as the team’s kicker, and he was all but perfect in his 11 games, converting 19-of-20 field goal attempts and all 22 of his extra point tries. He also got into one playoff game, adding 12 points.

Dicker stuck around as the Chargers kicker in 2023 and continued his remarkable efficiency. The 23-year-old finished the season converting 31 of his 33 field goal attempts and all 35 of his XPs.

The Chargers weren’t done making moves today, as the team also added fullback Ben Mason (per ESPN’s Field Yates). The former fifth-round pick spent the majority of his career in Baltimore, although he’s been limited to only a single appearance in three years.

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