The Chargers have reached an agreement with third-round draft pick (82nd overall) Vincent Brown, Wide Receiver out of San Diego State University.
As is par for the course for all the rookies so far, Brown's contract will be a four-year affair. He'll be suited-up and on the field catching passes from Philip Rivers (swoon) on Friday.
In his career at SDSU, Brown caught 209 passes for 3,110 yards, including 23 touchdowns. That placed him third on the list of all-time leaders at SDSU for receptions and yards, and fifth all-time for touchdowns.
He also ranked sixth in the nation with 104 yards per game in his senior year at SDSU
Brown caught nearly every team's attention during the Senior Bowl, but the Chargers were already eyeing him before that. Chargers Wide Receivers Coach Charlie Joiner was completely sold on him after seeing him in the Senior Bowl.
Philip Rivers is high on Vincent Brown following their workouts together this past spring.
This leaves first-rounder Corey Liuget and third-rounder Shareece Wright as the two remaning rookies left to sign. However, those familiar with the situation say they could be signed fairly soon.