The San Diego Chargers surprised some in 2013 by making a late season run, winning four consecutive games to finish with a 9-7 record and sneak into the postseason, joining the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs as playoff participants from the AFC West.
The Chargers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 in the first round before falling to the Denver Broncos 24-17 a week later.
Because of that success, it should come as no surprise the Chargers want to lock up some of their own free agents.
According to Ricky Henne of Chargers.com, they did just that on Saturday.
Darrell Stuckey has agreed to a new multi-year contract with the Chargers.
— Ricky Henne (@ChargersRHenne) March 8, 2014
Stuckey confirmed the news himself.
— Darrell Stuckey II (@DarrellStuckey) March 8, 2014
Stuckey, who was drafted in the fourth round with the 110th overall pick in the 2010 draft by the Chargers, had 21 tackles for the Chargers last season.