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King Dunlap agrees to 4-year deal

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The San Diego Chargers agreed to a 4-year deal with OT King Dunlap. 

The San Diego Chargers wanted to meet with King Dunlap’s agent over the weekend, but they already have reached out to him and agreed to a new deal with the team. Dunlap has agreed to a 4-year deal with $28 million.

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Here is wha Dunlap said via Chargers.com:

“I am glad to be back with the Chargers organization,” said Dunlap. “I can’t say thank you enough to Dean Spanos, as well as Tom Telesco, Coach McCoy and Coach Joe D (D’Alessandris) for helping this day to arrive. It’s an honor and a blessing and I’m ready to get back to work.”

Dunlap was the top priority for the team to re-sign in the offseason and they were able to bring him back on a new deal. He will be locking down the left side of the line for the next 4 years. Now the team can look into the other players on the roster that are becoming a free agent as well. The team is supposed to meet with Ryan Mathews’ agent as well and could get him locked up to a new deal as well. Brandon Flowers will also have to be a priority for the team as well.

Dunlap is locked in, but the team needs to find a few other pieces to help out up front. Who will they add onto the roster next?

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