Chargers’ updated cap space after release of CB Casey Hayward

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The Chargers made another move after releasing guard Trai Turner on Friday by letting go of cornerback Casey Hayward today.

Hayward is coming off one of his worst seasons yet and him not being a scheme fit for head coach Brandon Staley’s defense ultimately led to his release.

Releasing Hayward will save $9.5 million against the salary cap.

His release leaves Los Angeles with slightly north of $46 million in cap space, which would be the fourth-highest in the league.

L.A. is currently in great shape to re-sign some of their own like tight end Hunter Henry and cornerback Michael Davis, as well as reel in some of the top offensive linemen on the market.