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Chase Daniel signs one-year deal with Chargers

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Veteran quarterback Chase Daniel has signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers. The new contract is reportedly worth $2.25 for the 2022 season. He will serve in a backup role behind third-year quarterback Justin Herbert.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the news via Twitter on Tuesday.

Daniel went undrafted out of Missouri in the 2009 NFL Draft, but signed onto Washington’s practice squad before being released. The Saints then made him Drew Brees’ backup, which gave him a Super Bowl ring in his first season in the league. He spent three seasons there before bouncing around to Kansas City, Philadelphia, going back to New Orleans for a year, Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles in 2021.

He has only started five games in his NFL career, going 2-3 in those contests. Daniel has thrown for 1,694 yards and eight touchdowns to seven interceptions. He is now entering his 13th NFL season, and will stay with the Chargers.

Featured image courtesy of Keith Birmingham/Pasadena Star-News/SCNG

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