Chargers restructure Keenan Allen, Mike Williams contracts

Los Angeles Chargers v Baltimore Ravens
Getty Images

Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco has been adamant that the team will not be trading wide receiver Keenan Allen this offseason and the team has made a move that makes it even clearer that Allen will be sticking around.

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the team has restructured Allen’s contract in order to create cap space. The move will increase Allen’s cap number for 2024, which will set up some decisions about the wideout’s future for next offseason.

The report also indicates that the Chargers have restructured wide receiver Mike Williams‘ deal. The two moves have opened up $14.3775 million in cap space for Los Angeles.

Williams is also signed through 2024 and both wideouts will now have cap numbers north of $30 million next year.

4 responses to “Chargers restructure Keenan Allen, Mike Williams contracts

  1. When you’re in cap hell, you end up restructuring numerous deals, kicking that can down the line, especially when they’re larger contracts like this.

    Anyone can go look at the cap position of any team to see who has good cap health or not.

    These are poor practices by bad GMs.

  2. There is no such thing as cap hell, contracts can and have been restructured. Teams do have a budget, when it comes to what they are willing to spend.

    If you want to see a hard cap, look at the NHL.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.