Cleary re-signs with Chargers

Chargers exclusive rights free agent offensive tackle Jeromey Clary signed his one-year contract tender Monday.

Clary started all 16 games at right tackle for the Chargers last fall. He came to San Diego as a sixth-round draft pick in 2006 and spent his rookie year on the team’s practice squad. In 2007, he earned a place on the active roster and won a starting job late in the season.

In two seasons on the active roster, Clary has appeared in 32 games and started 22.

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