Report: Chargers, CB Brandon Flowers agree to four-year, $36 million deal

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Reports: Brandon Flowers to sign again with Chargers
Sunday March 8th, 2015

The San Diego Chargers have signed cornerback Brandon Flowers to a four-year deal worth $36 million, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network. 

Flowers had told's Around The NFL podcast earlier this week that San Diego was his top option, according to an report. 

The seven-year NFL veteran signed a one-year contract last year with San Diego. He logged three interceptions and 48 tackles over 14 games.

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He spent the first six seasons of his career playing for the Kansas City Chiefs.  

Flowers will join second-year player Jason Verrett and Pro Bowler Eric Weddle in the San Diego backfield. 

The Chargers will look to improve on the AFC's sixth-best defense in terms of total yards, but the second-worst defense in terms of yards-per-play given up.

San Diego finished 9-7 last season and missed the playoffs. 

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