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San Diego Chargers bring back Seyi Ajirotutu

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The San Diego Chargers have re-signed wide receiver and special teams player Seyi Ajirotutu to a one-year deal.

Peter Aiken

The San Diego Chargers have made another move, deciding to bring back Seyi Ajirotutu, a wide receiver and special teams stand out for the team last year, on a one year contract.

Ajirotutu has played for the Chargers since signing with the team in 2010 after going undrafted from Fresno State. He spent one year in Carolina, but came back in 2012 and has been with the team since then.

Last year, Ajirotutu had 3 receptions for 64 yards and a clutch touchdown in a victory against the Kansas City Chiefs. He also led the special teams unit in tackles last season.

With Keenan Allen and Eddie Royal the only reliable starters listed at the wide receiver position, it's no secret the Chargers have been looking for players behind them.

This move will add depth behind the wide receiver position, with Malcom Floyd still rehabbing. Ajirotutu will be 27 when the season begins, and likely competing for playing time in training camp.