Chargers agree to 4-year deal with Robert Meachem

Mar 13, 2012 at 9:19 PM--


Yet another wide receiver is off the board. Adam Caplan reports that the San Diego Chargers have agreed on a 4-year deal with Robert Meachem.

Meachem, who is 27, played all five of his seasons in New Orleans. He has had 141 catches for 2,269 yards and 23 touchdowns.





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