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Verrett has been plagued by injury woes since the Chargers drafted him in 2014.
The TCU product was limited to just six games as a rookie, and he tore his ACL four appearances into the 2016 campaign. On top of that, Verrett was placed on season-ending injured reserve with a knee injury after playing in a single game last season.
When healthy, Verrett has the ability to comprise half of one of the league’s top corner duos alongside two-time Pro Bowler Casey Hayward.
At this point, though, it’s clear his health is hardly a given.
If he does miss the entire campaign, the Chargers will pivot back to Trevor Williams and Desmond King to try to put the clamps on opposing boundary receivers.