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Bolts Ink RT Clary to a Four-Year Deal Worth $20 Mil

The Union-Tribune reports that the Bolts have come to terms with Right tackle Jeromey Clary on a four-year deal worth about $20 mil.

Right tackle Jeromey Clary has agreed to terms on a four-year, $20 million contract that will keep him in San Diego and keep the Chargers’ starting offensive line entirely the same. Clary, who will make more than $8.5 million in 2011, was drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 draft and has been a starter since midway through the 2007 season. By far, 2010 was Clary’s strongest season and he was among three unrestricted free agent starters the Chargers targeted to retain, along with free safety Eric Weddle and inside linebacker Kevin Burnett. The Chargers now return all eight players who started on their offensive line in 2010, including the five primary starters — Clary, right guard Louis Vasquez, center Nick Hardwick, left guard Kris Dielman and left tackle Marcus McNeill.


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