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SAN DIEGO, April 4— It looks like DE Luis Castillo will continue to play in San Diego after all. According to the Chargers, Castillo has agreed to a new one-year deal.
Castillo’s 2011 season ended tragically as he broke his leg in the pre-season opener. His absence left a void on the team’s defensive line that was never repaired.
Please click the link below to read the rest of this story and watch footage of Castillo's limited 2011 play.
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Peyton Manning's arrival in the AFC West apparently has put the Denver Broncos' rivals on notice, as the need to acquire quality defensive help is now at a premium. In line with that thinking, the San Diego Chargers have re-signed defensive end Luis Castillo to a one-year contract.
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