The San Diego Chargers have officially moved on, cutting former first-round draft pick Larry English.
The outside linebacker was released today. The Chargers drafted him in 2009 out of Northern Illinois.
English was limited to 52 games in five seasons due to injuries. He recorded 82 tackles and 11 sacks.
“We’d like to thank Larry for his five years of dedicated service to the Chargers,” Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said. “Larry always gave us everything he had on the field while making significant contributions to many deserving organizations in the San Diego community.”
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