What’s next for the Chargers?
In an interview with The Associated Press, San Diego Chargers linebacker Danny Trevathan said he plans to retire from football in 2017.
Trevakson, a second-year player, was the team’s starting linebacker in 2015 and led the Chargers to a playoff berth in 2016 before being traded to the Denver Broncos.
He was a key component in San Diego’s Super Bowl-clinching victory over the Denver Raiders in the Super Bowl.
TreVakson is one of the Chargers’ most important players and the franchise’s only three-time Pro Bowl selection.
Treveksons son, Luke, is a former Chargers linebacker and is expected to join the team as a defensive end.
The Chargers have lost five of their last six games and are currently 11-4.
Trevisson played in all 16 games last season.
The 49ers and Eagles both traded for Trevaks son, Brandon, a 6-foot-3, 235-pounder out of Arizona State in a two-player deal.