The Chargers have added yet another tight end to their roster, successfully claiming Kyle Miller off waivers from Atlanta, the team said Tuesday.
In a corresponding roster move, the club waived second-year defensive lineman Damik Scafe, who was on San Diego’s injured reserve list last season.
The 27-year-old Miller spent the 2014 campaign on the Falcons’ practice squad. He has also had stints with the Jaguars, Colts and Dolphins. He has played in one regular season game in four NFL seasons, suiting up for Indianapolis in 2012 at New England.
The addition of Miller gives the Chargers eight tight ends, with Antonio Gates and Ladarius Green atop the depth chart.