For the second time this offseason, the Chargers are releasing defensive end Luis Castillo.
Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego tweeted out the news a few moments ago.
The Chargers let Castillo go in March for financial reasons, since he was supposed to make $3.9 million with a $1 million roster bonus. But they re-signed the former first-round pick in April for one year, with a minimum base salary of $825,000.
Castillo only played one game last year before breaking his leg. Despite that, he visited Kansas City and New England during his month of unemployment, indicating there may be a market for him now.