Justin Herbert

QB · Los Angeles Chargers

Height 6'6" Weight 240
DOB 1998-03-10 Age 26.2
College Oregon

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Justin Herbert Developing Connection With Ladd McConkey

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    Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert already appears to be developing a nice connection with rookie second-round wide receiver Ladd McConkey. McConkey played both inside and outside at organized team activities on Monday, with the majority of his snaps with the first-team offense coming out of the slot. All of the Bolts' offseason moves have led to Herbert's fantasy stock taking a pretty big hit as a QB1. The Chargers are expected to be a much more run-heavy offense under head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman, and Herbert also lost both top receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. The 26-year-old signal-caller could still have big performances, especially if LA's offensive line provides more protection, but it's hard to argue that he'll have as much high-end upside in 2024.

    May 21 · Source via Los Angeles Chargers Justin Herbert Ladd McConkey
  • Chargers Slotting Joe Alt At Right Tackle; Trey Pipkins In Play For Guard Job

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    Joe Alt only played left tackle at Notre Dame, but the Chargers have a Pro Bowler protecting Justin Herbert's blind side. They are not moving Rashawn Slater, with SI.com's Albert Breer indicating the No. 5 overall pick is set to compete for the team's right tackle job. All 33 of Alt's Fighting Irish starts came [...]

    May 3 · Pro Football Rumors Los Angeles Chargers Justin Herbert Trey Pipkins Rashawn Slater
  • Chargers Exercise Fifth-Year Option On Rashawn Slater

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    The Los Angeles Chargers exercised the 2025 fifth-year option on left tackle Rashawn Slater on Saturday, according to a source. Slater and Joe Alt, the No. 5 overall pick in the first round of the 2024 NFL draft on Thursday night, will now bookend the team's offensive line for quarterback Justin Herbert going forward. This one comes as no surprise as new head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman look to shore up the team's offensive line with a new emphasis on the ground game in 2024 and beyond. Slater graded out as Pro Football Focus' fourth-best pass-blocking offensive lineman on Herbert's blind side. The addition of Alt to the right side should only strengthen Herbert's protection while also being good news for LA's ground game.

    Apr 27 · Source via Los Angeles Chargers Rashawn Slater Justin Herbert
  • Patriots, Vikings Reached Out Regarding Justin Herbert

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    In recent weeks, both the New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings reached out to the Los Angeles Chargers to see if they had any interest in trading quarterback Justin Herbert, according to league sources. The answer they got very quickly was "a flat no." Not only do the Chargers love Herbert, but they also would have had to take on a $63.5 million salary cap charge in 2024 at a time they have $32.3 million of cap space. Meanwhile, the Patriots took QB Drake Maye third overall and the Vikings took QB J.J. McCarthy 11th overall in the first round of this year's NFL draft. There's still a lot to like about the 26-year-old Herbert, but it's hard to ignore the fact that he lost Austin Ekeler, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams this offseason and is now in a run-first offense under new head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman.

    Apr 26 · Source via Los Angeles Chargers New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings Justin Herbert
  • Joe Alt Heads To Chargers With Fifth Overall Pick

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    The Los Angeles Chargers selected Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt with the fifth overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft on Thursday night. Under new head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman, the Chargers are unsurprisingly trying to build up their offensive line to help protect their ground game and quarterback Justin Herbert. Alt was the consensus best offensive-line prospect in this year's draft and should be a starter in LA from Day 1 in 2024 at right tackle across from Rashawn Slater on the left side. He stands at 6-foot-8 1/2 and 320 pounds and uses his size and strength to his advantage to climb to the second level. Despite his towering size, he's quick and nasty in the trenches. Not only will Alt help keep Herbert clean in the pocket, but he should be an asset in the run game, too.

    Apr 25 · Source via NFL Draft Los Angeles Chargers Justin Herbert
  • Chargers Want To Have Strong Running Game

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    The Los Angeles Chargers have relied too heavily on the arm of quarterback Justin Herbert in recent seasons, and new head coach Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff plan to change that trend quickly in 2024. They plan to lean on their running backs to keep defenses puzzled and Herbert's life easier. It's the only kind of offense that new coordinator Greg Roman has operated in his career. Run-game coordinator and tight ends coach Andy Bischoff said the team will strive for a "balanced offense that brings out the greatest strengths in everyone on the unit." They'll be looking to be more physical up front with the offensive line. While this type of offense will mean less attempts for Herbert, it could make him more efficient when he does drop back to pass. RB Gus Edwards scored a career-high 13 TDs last year in Baltimore and should once again have plenty of fantasy appeal.

    Apr 10 · Source via Los Angeles Chargers Gus Edwards Justin Herbert
  • Chargers A Candidate To Draft Marvin Harrison Jr.

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    The Los Angeles Chargers are an obvious candidate to swing big at the wide receiver position in this year's NFL draft after trading away Keenan Allen and cutting Mike Williams this offseason, which is why The Athletic's Bruce Feldman is predicting the Bolts take Ohio State wideout Marvin Harrison Jr. with the fifth overall pick. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Harrison checks every box and is the consensus top receiver in this class with good length, strength, burst, polish and competitiveness. The 21-year-old is the most complete of any receiver to come out of Ohio State in the last decade, which is saying something, and he'd have immediate weekly starting potential for fantasy football managers if quarterback Justin Herbert was throwing to him in Year 1. Harrison is one of two players in this draft that Feldman would say is the closest to a "sure thing."

    Apr 6 · Source via NFL Draft Los Angeles Chargers Marvin Harrison Justin Herbert
  • Chargers Expected To Target Receiver In NFL Draft

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    After the Los Angeles Chargers traded wide receiver Keenan Allen to the Chicago Bears on Thursday night and released Mike Williams this week, they are fully expected to pursue receiving help in the upcoming NFL draft. Allen is the franchise's all-time leading receiver in yards and catches, trailing only tight end Antonio Gates overall. The Chargers hold the fifth overall pick in this year's draft, and the best wideouts available include Ohio State's Marvin Harrison Jr., LSU's Malik Nabers and Washington's Rome Odunze. Harrison is projected to go before pick No. 5. The Bolts' current roster features receivers Joshua Palmer, last year's first-rounder Quentin Johnston, Derius Davis and Simi Fehoko. With Allen, Williams and running back Austin Ekeler all gone, quarterback Justin Herbert will have mostly new offensive weapons around him this fall.

    Mar 15 · Source via NFL Draft Los Angeles Chargers Marvin Harrison Malik Nabers Rome Odunze Derius Davis Simi Fehoko Justin Herbert Quentin Johnston Joshua Palmer
  • Quarterback Stats



    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1MIAL 34-3623.2581100.046.938233369.72281035183.6010
    2@TENL 24-2723.31668100.061.842274165.9305203100.0000
    3@MINW 28-2433.4166100.074.249404785.14053012115.5000
    4LVW 24-1726.1565100.055.436132454.216711212272.2520
    6DALL 17-2021.9573100.060.344223759.52272116203.3300
    7@KCL 17-3115.52163100.050.832173056.7259125252.5000
    8CHIW 30-1327.0769100.059.441314077.5298300111.0000
    9@NYJW 27-68.52558100.056.933163053.31360053175.6700
    10DETL 38-4132.7272100.061.144274067.53234104153.7500
    11@GBL 20-2328.3365100.067.744213658.32602028739.1300
    12BALL 10-2016.61566100.072.748294465.921711344711.7501
    13@NEW 6-010.12261100.067.241223759.52120004-5-1.2500
    14DENL 7-243.8323145.625.01791752.99601400-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 1, 8, 12, 3, 1, 30, 7, 1, 1, 7, 39, 9, 11, 29, 18, 1, 38, 51, 10, 3
    Rushing: 1, 12, 1


    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1LVW 24-1926.1567100.056.738263476.5279300410.2500
    2@KCL 24-2727.887498.766.750334868.8334312210.5000
    3JACL 10-3816.62161100.075.446254555.6297111177.0001
    4@HOUW 34-2424.5970100.061.443273969.23402014-5-1.2500
    5@CLEW 30-2816.71871100.054.939223464.72281015132.6000
    6DENW 19-1611.82493100.063.459375764.9238012294.5000
    7SEAL 23-3721.6871100.077.555335164.72932133227.3301
    9@ATLW 20-1715.61869100.063.844304369.8245110133.0000
    10@SFL 16-2215.0245594.869.040213560.01961125224.4000
    11KCL 27-3023.01165100.055.436233076.72802155173.4000
    12@ARIW 25-2429.5366100.077.351354774.52743044389.5000
    13@LVL 20-2721.5975100.069.352284759.6335105571.4000
    14MIAW 23-1723.21080100.068.855395176.5367104482.0000
    15TENW 17-1413.92571100.060.643284266.7313023122.0000
    16@INDW 20-38.93068100.052.936243177.4235014510.2001
    17LARW 31-1018.8125179.745.329212875.0212200122.0000
    18@DENL 28-3121.695580.957.439253767.62732012-1-0.5000
    WC@JACL 30-3118.9-70100.065.746254358.12731033124.0000

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 1, 23, 18, 1, 15, 7, 15, 18, 14, 12, 13, 1, 1, 32, 50, 6, 2, 33, 1, 35, 10, 6, 3, 14, 3, 9


    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@WASW 20-1617.82681100.063.051314766.03371124-1-0.2501
    2DALL 17-2020.12071100.063.445314175.63381224123.0000
    3@KCW 30-2431.7366100.063.642263868.42814014164.0000
    4LVW 28-1423.51275100.054.741253865.8222302341.3300
    5CLEW 47-4244.8175100.062.747264360.53984024297.2510
    6@BALL 6-3414.02256100.073.241223956.41951122126.0000
    8NEL 24-2718.11460100.061.737183551.4223223294.5000
    9@PHIW 27-2433.2269100.062.343323884.23562005142.8010
    10MINL 20-2715.01559100.061.036203458.819511222211.0000
    11PITW 41-3739.1176100.065.850304173.238231299010.0000
    12@DENL 13-2824.8571100.067.648284463.63032234369.0000
    13@CINW 41-2227.5364100.056.336263574.3317314166.0000
    14NYGW 37-2127.746693.049.335233174.22753024194.7500
    15KCL 28-3426.4480100.053.843223857.92362105163.2010
    16@HOUL 29-4120.31262100.062.939273577.13361214153.7500
    17DENW 34-1320.11167100.052.235223171.0237200420.5000
    18@LVL 32-3530.3393100.071.066346453.1383313210.5000

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 3, 12, 4, 16, 20, 4, 4, 10, 14, 22, 72, 42, 19, 1, 5, 24, 2, 8, 2, 10, 17, 53, 12, 16, 4, 7, 44, 12, 59, 1, 4, 8, 3, 8, 45, 14, 23, 12
    Rushing: 9, 8, 1

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