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Sixth-Round Pick Ellison Still Not Inked; and May Not Be for Awhile

The Union-Tribune reports that the Chargers are struggling to get their sixth-round pick under contract:

What was supposed to be simple and even seemed imminent is now stalled. Kevin Ellison, the Chargers’ sixth-round pick, is not in camp and may not be for a while. According to sources, the sides differ on contract length and both appear firm in their position. The Chargers have offered a four-year deal commensurate with the contracts signed by the picks directly preceding and following Ellison.

Those pacts were for four years and $1.85 million with signing bonuses of $101,750 and $100,600. Ellison, one of four sixth-rounders who remain unsigned, is asking for three years with a smaller signing bonus.

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