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Chargers sign Ryan Krause
Krause had four 100-yard games as a senior and nine for his career. He also owns three of the top six best games by a receiver in school history with games of 180, 173 and 171 yards. He caught 9 passes or more in a game three times this year and had 22 career touchdown catches.
The four-year starter was a three-sport star during his prep days, also excelling in baseball and basketball.
"I will probably be the H-back," Krause said as he has worked out exclusively during camp with tight ends Coach Tim Brewster.
Brewster has been on his case pretty hard over coaching sessions and mini-camp. It is an effort to push him as the season draws near.
"Obviously my size is suited (for tight end)," Krause added. "The only thing I have to work on is blocking."
The three year deal is believed to be worth just over $1 million.
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