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The San Diego Chargers agreed to a three-year contract with wide receiver Eddie Royal.
The deal is worth a reported $13.5 million for Royal, who played his first four seasons with the Denver Broncos.
Royal had a spectacular rookie season with 91 receptions and five touchdown catches but hasn't approached those numbers since.
He has 206 career receptions in 57 games and has also returned kicks and punts.
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