Chargers waive QB Brad Sorensen with non-football injury designation, now have 3 QBs on the roster in Philip… https://t.co/25haF4zZNS
The former seventh-round selection out of Southern Utah never played a single snap for the Chargers. He spent time ushered back and forth between practice squad and the third string position.
Chargers have parted with QB Brad Sorensen. He was officially waived with non-football injury designation.
— Michael Gehlken (@sdutGehlken) April 13, 2016
Sorensen was once regarded as a possible replacement for Rivers one day, but it was quite evident he did not posses the skills necessary to be effective in the National Football League. The Chargers probably wasted a selection on him and he could have easily been signed as a non drafted free agent. All that is hindsight now.
The team has moved on as they recently signed Bryn Renner out of the University of North Carolina fame. He will assume Sorensens’ spot on the depth chart and hopes of achieving some eventual playing time. The Chargers could also look for a QB in the draft or sign an undrafted free agent. Sorensen just had no chance of remaining on the team.
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