With the release of Marcellus Wiley, a move that saves the team little in 2004, one has to wonder if…
Chargers Release Wiley, Others
Players that were either restructured or re-signed include veteran quarterback Doug Flutie, wide receiver Tim Dwight, safety Vernon Fox and wide receiver Micah Ross. Flutie and Dwight signed new three-year contracts while Fox and Ross signed one-year contracts.
The Flutie contract was not official as of 2 PM PST as his agent, Kristen Kuliga awaited the final contract. Flutie will get a small base salary with incentives should he start.
The Chargers tendered contract offers to nine players, thus maintaining negotiating rights. The team holds exclusive negotiating rights to the following Exclusive Rights free agents: RB Jesse Chatman, CB Kevin House, C Jason Ball, DT DeQuincy Scott, WR Eric Parker and TE Josh Norman. The following Restricted Free Agents also received tenders from the team: LB Zeke Moreno, LB Carlos Polk and DE Otis Leverette.
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