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Bolts Notebook: Your FA Primer

CB Derek Cox (USA TODAY Sports)

The Chargers have already made several in-house transactions to prepare for free agency. There may be more to come as the market officially opens in less than a week. Here is a look at the transactions made to-date and the players Tom Telesco & Co. may target.

The Chargers have been busy since the season ended. The biggest transaction was signing inside linebacker Donald Butler to a new seven-year contract that could be worth as much as $48 million. The team was very creative in its structure, however, inserting a team option after Year 3 to pick up the remaining four years. The first three years of the deal are worth just under $20 million, with $1... Recommended Stories