Former Eskimos all-star Dexter McCoil waived by Chargers

Dexter McCoil has been waived by the Los Angeles Chargers.

The 26-year-old was originally signed by the Chargers in January 2016. He played 18 games recording 26 tackles, defended five passes and intercepted another.

McCoil played two seasons for Edmonton. He made 144 tackles, intercepted nine passes and six sacks. After winning the CFL’s Most Outstanding Rookie award in 2014, McCoil helped the Eskimos win the Grey Cup in 2015.


5 Comments on Former Eskimos all-star Dexter McCoil waived by Chargers

  1. White Horse // October 7, 2017 at 4:37 pm //

    I just sent a tweet to Chris Jones!
    Guess who is available?

  2. Peter North // October 7, 2017 at 5:08 pm //

    Got waived because the Chargers needed another RB on the roster as they have one of their guys out for tonorrow.

    I suspect he resigns with them on Monday or Tuesday.

  3. Wont be out of work for long

  4. McCoil most likely will hang tight for a few more weeks to see if another team signs him. Might come back to the CFL for the playoffs if not signed by a NFL team. He will probably go with the Eskimos or Roughriders but could go anywhere the best chance to win a Grey Cup is.

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