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Chargers Add CB Chris Carr -
The San Diego Chargers replenish a banged-up backfield by signing CB Chris Carr to a one-year contract, announced Tuesday.
“Chris is an experienced player,” coach Norv Turner said in a release. “He’s been a starter so he brings experience. He can play in the slot and on the outside. He’s a good addition for us.”
“I’m extremely excited to join the Chargers,” Carr said in the release. “I know a lot of coaches on this staff and a lot of players. They’re a contender and a good team that competes year after year.”
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Cornerback Chris Carr has signed a one-year contract with the San Diego Chargers.
He'll be added to the active roster on Wednesday, when the Chargers will have to make a corresponding move.
Carr has played with the Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens. He was in training camp with the Minnesota Vikings before being released prior to the regular season.
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