Los Angeles Chargers Extend www.chargersfootballauthentics.com , Restructure Corey Liuget The Los Angeles Chargers have agreed to terms on a new contract with veteran defensive lineman Corey Liuget. The deal will extend his current contract by one year and will reduce his cap number this year by an as yet unreported amount. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported via Twitter:Liuget’s $8 million cap figure for 2018 had many people predicting a contract restructure or even a release. The odds of release had seemed to go up with the news that Liuget would be suspended for the first four games of the 2018 NFL regular season, but the team’s lack of depth along the defensive line made such a move less than ideal. It will be very interesting to see what the numbers are on this new deal given Liuget’s presumably reduced bargaining power.It will also be interesting to see what the Chargers do with their newly acquired cap room. Speaking of that lacking depth at defensive tackle... Johnathan Hankins is still a free agent. The Chargers didn’t have any major concerns about running back Melvin Gordon‘s health when he didn’t practice on Friday as he wasn’t given an injury designation for their game against the Titans.The hamstring issue that cause him to skip their only practice in London got worse on Saturday, however Los Angeles Chargers T-Shirt , and the team announced he’d been downgraded to questionable. The trend continued on Sunday morning and Gordon was left out of the lineup.Head coach Anthony Lynn said after the game that the hope is that sitting Gordon now will leave him able to return in Week Nine when the Chargers come off their bye to face the Seahawks.“I felt like I had to protect him today,” Lynn said, via the Los Angeles Daily News. “I don’t want this to be a lingering thing. I want to get him back for Seattle. He’s got a bye week off. He can get healthy Los Angeles Chargers Hats , and hopefully we鈥檒l have a full-speed Melvin back in a couple weeks.”The Chargers missed Gordon on Sunday. They had a hard time sustaining drives without their leading rusher and wound up running 44 offensive plays. That’s 23 fewer plays than the Titans managed, although the Chargers still managed a 20-19 win thanks to two long touchdown passes by Philip Rivers and a failed two-point conversion by Tennessee near the end of regulation.