“Lamp, 27, is the biggest name on this list and was a college standout at Western Kentucky before the Los Angeles Chargers selected him 38th overall in the 2017 NFL draft. But a training camp ACL tear spiked his rookie year and an offseason knee procedure precipitated just two game appearances in 2018, which he spent mostly as a healthy scratch. Injury woes continued in 2019 with a broken fibula after seven games (two starts), but Lamp turned the corner in 2020 with 16 starts and a league-leading snap count (1,174 ) at left guard. He spent the summer with the Buffalo Bills but was released during preseason.”