Who Says The Chargers Can't Sign Their Rookies On Time?

AJ Smith has certainly done his part to shed the image that the San Diego Chargers always have problems signing their rookies. Since the 2005 draft, the Chargers have been doing a better and better job of getting their draft picks in time for camp. This year, the Chargers have been particularly impressive getting their new players to agree to terms.

Anthony Waters, Paul Oliver, Scott Chandler, Legedu Naanee, and Brandon Siler have all agreed to four year deals. First round pick Craig Davis also signed today a five year deal.

The one player who remains unsigned at this point is second round pick Eric Weddle. Weddle's deal could be announced any time now, and will likely be wrapped up in time for the team's first full-squad training camp practice this Saturday.

So for those who berate the Chargers for being particularly inept at dealing with rookie contracts... what say you now?

Read: Chargers Agree To Terms With Five Draft Picks

UPDATE: Eric Weddle signed his deal, so now everybody is locked up!

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July 23, 2007

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