Nathan Vasher officially signed with the Chargers Monday, adding depth to a secondary that lost Antonio Cromartie this offseason.
The deal is no surprise; it was reported as close on Sunday. Vasher worked under Ron Rivera in Chicago when both men were hotter NFL properties. Rivera has rehabbed his stock in San Diego; now Vasher will try to do the same.
Vasher figures to compete for a job as the Chargers nickel back.
Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that Vasher will get $4.5 million over two years. It’s uncertain how much guaranteed money is in the deal.