Chargers, Tre Boston agree on new deal Los Angeles

Tre Boston finds a brand new home in sunny Los Angeles.

The previous Panthers safety decided to terms with the la Chargers on Friday.

Boston initially announced this news on his Twitter account, saying he was deciding between signing using the Chargers, Bills and Steelers.

The Panthers waived the 4th-year safety on May 2 after signing his substitute in Mike Adams. Boston began 16 of 42 games performed for Carolina in the three seasons there, tallying 108 combined tackles, two sacks and three interceptions.

Boston fills an excuse for the playoff-hungry Chargers, who have been expected by many people draft analysts to pick whether cornerback or safety using the seventh overall pick. Rather of picking safety Malik Hooker at No. 7, La chosen wide receiver Mike Johnson. The Chargers did not address the secondary before the 4th round once they chose Miami free safety Rayshawn Jenkins  Custom Blue Jays Jersey.

Boston comes with an chance to begin Week 1 if he is able to impress in a shallow safety position which includes starters Jahleel Addae and Dwight Lowery.

Listed here are Friday’s other notable transactions:

1. Sidney Johnson is formally under contract. The Philadelphia Eagles signed the 2nd-round cornerback to his four-year, $6.14 million rookie deal on Friday. Saddled by having an Achilles injuries that may keep him out until midseason, Johnson may have his base salary fully guaranteed if he’s around the non-football injuries list for that year.

2. Derek Newton will not begin to see the field in the near future in Houston. The Texans placed the best tackle around the reserve/physically not able to do list on Friday, sidelining Newton not less than the very first six days of 2017. The tackle continues to be recovering after tearing both patellar tendons per week 7 reduction in 2016. Newton had began 56 consecutive games prior to the injuries. Chris Clark continuously complete in the right tackle position  retro nhl jerseys.


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