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- Chargers Sign WR Craig Davis

Chris Pokorny July 25, 2007
Chris Pokorny
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Everybody knew that the only relatively weak position on the San Diego Chargers was at wide receiver. That made it so much more important that the team get first-round draft pick Craig Davis into camp on time, and that's exactly what they did. The Chargers signed Davis to a five-year deal on Monday, with the deal to include about $5.5 million in guaranteed money. To make matters better, the team was also able to sign second-round pick Eric Weddle to a four-year deal on Monday as well.

"We're happy," said general manager A.J. Smith. "It's kind of nice. You want to have all your players in, and players want to be in."

Davis was the 30th overall pick in the draft, and somewhat of a surprise to be selected in the first round. There's a chance that Davis could be injected into the team's starting lineup with an impressive camp. Last year's starters, Keenan McCardell and Eric Parker, failed to record a single touchdown last year. McCardell was cut in the offseason.

"It was very important for Craig to be in camp on time," said Davis’ agent, Joel Segal of Blue Equity. "He made it clear to me he did not want to hold out. It's a good deal for Craig and a good deal for the team."

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