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The Los Angeles Chargers have not wasted any time in signing their first-round draft pick.
Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams has officially signed a four-year deal, per the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Rapoport also reported that the contract is worth $19.75 million guaranteed, and like every other first-round selection, Williams’ contract includes a fifth-year team option.
The deal should be good news for Chargers fans one year after seeing defensive end Joey Bosa hold out until late August before finally signing and ultimately getting injured.
Look for Williams to get on the field as much as possible as he seeks to build chemistry with Chargers franchise quarterback Philip Rivers.
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