"Guys, I read the same report but that doesn't make it fact! Pay no attention to what Norv Turner says."
Unable to get their right tackle of the future in last weekend's NFL Draft, the Chargers got a backup for now.
They agreed to terms today with veteran L.J. Shelton on a two-year deal, addressing their depth problem at the position.
Shelton started 16 games at right tackle for the Dolphins in 2007. In 10 NFL seasons, he has started 125 games. He has played guard as well.