Posted March 26, 2013 on sdg.scout.com
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The Chargers made an underrated -- and undersized -- addition when they signed former Patriots RB Danny Woodhead. Proficient as a receiver and deadly in space, Woodhead adds an element to San Diego's offense that has been missing since Darren Sproles left town. For more on Woodhead, we talk to Patriots Insider publisher Jon Scott.
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