The San Diego Chargers trade up in the third round to select Linebacker Donald Butler from the University of Washington
In exchange for the 79th overall pick, the Chargers traded the Arizona Cardinals the 91st overall pick, the 173rd pick (6th round) and a 4th round pick in 2011
Donald Butler is a thickly built linebacker who seems ideally suited to the 3-4 defense. Strong and athletic, Butler will compete to fortify the middle of the Chargers defense.
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