Chargers general manager A.J. Smith told the San Diego Union-Tribune that he is not trading Antonio Cromartie, refuting a report that surfaced on Monday that the club was interested in bringing back Drayton Florence — the man that Cromartie replaced. Not that the Chargers have that option anymore. Adam Schefter is reporting that Florence has signed a two-year deal worth $6.6 million with the Bills.
The Chargers are still looking to improve their secondary. The team brought in safety Jermaine Phillips for a visit on Tuesday according to Casey Pearce of Chargers.com.
- “Jermaine is a talented, physical veteran and we were excited to have an opportunity to get to know him better,” Smith said. “He’s played a role on some very good defenses. We enjoyed visiting with him.”