Chargers add OL Matt Feiler


The Los Angeles Chargers continued to add offensive line help Monday, reportedly agreeing to terms with OL Matt Feiler, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.


Feiler, 28, landed with the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent back in 2014, but never made the active roster for the team in two seasons. He joined the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2016 and became a starter in 2018, starting, 39 of a possible 48 games the last three years.

Chargers bolster OL, sign Matt Feiler

Fantasy slant: During his previous four seasons with the Steelers, Feiler has been a solid offensive line starter that excels as pass protection. Feiler has played both guard positions and right tackle in his tenure with Pittsburgh. In 2019 he was the 15th-highest-graded tackle in pass protection per PFF. Both Charger guards, Dan Feeney and Ryan Groy, are currently unrestricted free agents. Feiler will step in as the Week 1 starter at one of the guard positions for Los Angeles. — Derek Brown

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