Melvin Ingram III

Melvin Ingram III Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 247 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 26, 1989 (31)
Experience
9th Season
Drafted
2012 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 18 (LAC)
College
South Carolina

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Melvin Ingram III News

Melvin Ingram Looks To Finish Strong

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram has been a force of late, and he'll look to finish strong against the division-rival Chiefs on Sunday. Ingram has recorded six sacks in his last seven games, including one against the Chiefs last month. While Joey Bosa has led the team in sacks this season with 11.5 and gotten the Pro Bowl nod, Ingram has put up a solid year across from the young phenom. Expect the two of them to be a force on Sunday, and their performance will prove critical in determining how the Chargers Defense performs overall. Unfortunately, the Chiefs will likely still have a big day, so owners should probably shy away from this one.

Dec. 28th • 2:36 PM
Melvin Ingram Keeps Chargers In The Game

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram gave it his all, but the Chargers just weren't able to muster enough offense to pull out a win. When the offense took nearly all of the first quarter to get a first down, Ingram stepped up and helped shut down a pair of Raiders drives that could have busted the game wide open. Ingram finished with 1.5 sacks on the day, and the Chargers Defense only allowed 24 points on the day. It wasn't a phenomenal showing, but with how bad Oakland's secondary is, it should have been enough to get a win. Instead, LA lost another close game, and that fits with the rest of their season. Unfortunately, Ingram and the rest of the Chargers defense will have to square off against Kansas City next week to finish out the year.

Dec. 23rd • 2:58 AM
Melvin Ingram Provides Only Good Defensive Moment

Los Angeles Chargers defensive lineman Melvin Ingram was behind the only happy moment for the Chargers Defense on Sunday as they got otherwise got thrashed by the Vikings. Late in the second quarter, with LA trailing by just two points, Ingram snagged a poorly-thrown pass to nab the only positive turnover of the day for the Chargers. The team would go on to give the ball away seven times, and their defense was wholly outmatched throughout the entire contest as they fell by a final score of 39-10. The Chargers defense is usually better than that, as that was the first game this season where the team lost by more than one score. Look for them to bounce back against the Raiders next week.

Dec. 16th • 2:24 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Tyrod Taylor
Justin Herbert
RB Austin Ekeler
Justin Jackson
LWR Keenan Allen
Jason Moore
RWR Mike Williams
Darius Jennings
SWR Joe Reed
Jalen Guyton
TE Hunter Henry
Donald Parham Jr.
LT Bryan Bulaga
Trent Scott
LG Dan Feeney
Ryan Groy
C Mike Pouncey
Scott Quessenberry
RG Trai Turner
Forrest Lamp
RT Sam Tevi
Trey Pipkins III
LDE Joey Bosa
Isaac Rochell
NT Linval Joseph
Damion Square
DT Justin Jones
Jerry Tillery
DE/OB Melvin Ingram III
LOLB Nick Vigil
Malik Jefferson
MLB Kenneth Murray
Denzel Perryman
ROLB Uchenna Nwosu
Emeke Egbule
RCB Casey Hayward Jr.
FS Rayshawn Jenkins
Desmond King II
SS Derwin James
Alohi Gilman
LCB Chris Harris Jr.
Brandon Facyson
K Michael Badgley
Ty Long