The San Diego Chargers waived QB Brad Sorensen on Monday, according to the NFL transactions release.
Sorensen, 26, was taken in the seventh round of last year’s NFL draft by the Chargers. He was waived as San Diego trimmed their roster down to 53 players before the start of last season.
The Titans added him to their practice squad a month into the regular season, but he was cut loose just a few days later.
Sorensen returned to the Chargers on a future/reserve contract and has been on and off of the team’s practice squad this season.
San Diego elected to promote him to their active roster with Philip Rivers dealing with an illness, but there’s really no need for him on the active roster moving forward. It wouldn’t be surprising to see him sign to their practice squad this week.
We’ll have to see if the Vikings sign either of these players in the coming days.