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Post 93-94...Corey Liuget is Inked
on: August 5, 2011, 15:26

Yesterday, the San Diego Chargers inked their first round draft pick, Corey Liuget to a four year deal that will insure his status on the Chargers squad through 2014/15. This is big news for the Bolts who have made a number of key acquisitions this off season to ensure that the former number one defense in the league stays on top for the 2011/2012 season. In addition to signing Liuget, the Chargers made deals with former Defensive Player of the Year Bob Sanders and former Pro Bowler Takeo Spikes, to name a few, as well as signing star Free Safety Eric Weddle to a long term, five year deal. If healthy, the Chargers could boast one of the strongest defensive back fields in the National Football League, as long as they can stay healthy. With Bob Sanders, Eric Weddle, Quentin Jammer, and Antoine Cason in the Secondary, the Chargers will be tough to pass on. And now with the improvements they have made to their Defensive Front, they will be a tough match for any offense.

Keep a lookout for Liuget this season at Right Defensive End as new Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky plans to use him often down the stretch of the season. Liuget who wore number 93 in college will switch to 94 to honor his late father who tragically passed in 1994. He has shown up to practice yesterday in top shape and hasn't seemed to slow down since his stellar Junior season at Illinois that awarded him the 18th pick of this years draft. Liuget recorded 12.5 tackles for loss, posted 4.5 sacks, and had 10 quarterback hurries last year at Illinois that gave him Second Team All Big Ten honors. Liuget who earned the nickname "Too Legit To Quit" at Illinois for his outstanding work ethic and amazing speed plans to continue his positive development into the pros. The Miami native is looking to show people why the Bolts drafted him so high and is eager to earn his keep in the NFL. Congrats Corey Liuget, welcome to San Diego...

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