Matt Slauson wasn’t unemployed for long.
Slauson agreed a two-year deal with the Chargers on Saturday, ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported. Slauson was released by the Bears last weekend.
The veteran guard visited both the Chargers and Bills this week before choosing the Chargers. The Chargers hired Dave DeGuglielmo as an assistant offensive line coach this offseason and Slauson worked with DeGuglielmo when he was the Jets offensive line coach in 2012.
Slauson, 30, was a sixth-round pick of the Jets in 2009. He started every game for the Jets from 2010-12 and started all 37 games he played for the Bears from 2013-15, including all 16 last year.