The San Diego Chargers have claimed TE Kyle Miller after he was released by the Atlanta Falcons.
The San Diego Chargers have claimed TE Kyle Miller off of waivers and have released Damik Scafe off of the roster.
— San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) May 5, 2015
Miller is a 6-foot-5, 260 pound tight end out of Mount Union. He has been in the league since 2012, but has not seen much opportunity on the field. He has officially been in one career game in the league and that was in his rookie season with the Indianapolis Colts. He had spent the last couple of seasons with the Atlanta Falcons.
Of course Miller was with the Indianapolis Colts at one time in his career. We know that Tom Telesco likes to sign anyone that he had ties with in that organization. I am still waiting for him to have a reason to sign Reggie Wayne.
The Chargers added more depth on the roster at tight end. There is not much info on Miller out there and he played at a small school. There must be something that Telesco likes from him.
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