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Chargers agree to deal with Reyes

National Football Post

With rookie contracts becoming finalized quicker than ever, the San Diego Chargers now have managed to get their second-round pick in the fold.

According to Adam Caplan, the Chargers and defensive tackle Kendall Reyes have agreed to a four-year contract.

Reyes, who starred at the University of Connecticut, should help shore up a Chargers defense that struggled at times last season, especially when paired with first-round pick Melvin Ingram, who will man an outside linebacker spot.

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