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By: Gavino Borquez
The Chargers placed edge defender Chris Rumph II on injured reserve and signed Justin Hollins to the active roster on Wednesday.
In addition, Los Angeles signed tight end Stephen Anderson to the practice squad and released safety Mark Webb from the practice squad.
Hollins was drafted by the Broncos in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL draft out of the University of Oregon. He has played in 60 games and started in seven for the Broncos, Rams, Packers and Giants.
Brandon Staley was Hollins’ defensive coordinator in 2019 with the Broncos and in 2020 with the Rams. In those two seasons, Hollins combined for 20 quarterback pressures, 13 hurries and five sacks.
Hollins is a year removed from his best single season as a pro, as he finished with 15 pressures, eight hurries and four sacks.
Originally posted on Chargers Wire