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The San Diego Chargers continued to get work done in free agency.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that tight end Randy McMichael will remain with the Chargers, agreeing to a two-year deal.
McMichael, 32, had 30 catches in a reserve role with San Diego in 2011. McMichael has been with the Chargers for the past two seasons and is a favorite of the coaching staff.
In other AFC West news:
Oakland pass-rusher Trevor Scott signed with New England. Scott has big potential but has been slowed by injuries the past couple of years. I wouldn’t be shocked if he flourishes under Bill Belichick.