DeAndre Carter agrees to deal with Chargers

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The Chargers are signing free agent receiver/returner DeAndre Carter, Ben Standig of TheAthletic.com reports.

Carter visited both the Bears and the Chargers this week.

Carter, 28, played all 17 games for Washington last season, making five starts. He played 505 offensive snaps and 157 on special teams.

In 2021, he returned 16 punts for an 8.4-yard average and 36 kickoffs for a 25.1-yard average. He also caught 24 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns.

Carter played four games for the Bears in 2020.

He also has spent time with the Texans, Eagles, 49ers, Patriots, Ravens and Raiders.

Carter has played 60 career games, with 13 starts.

10 responses to “DeAndre Carter agrees to deal with Chargers

  1. Very valuable role player for us…wasn’t good wasn’t bad but the guy preform well in certain situations…we are gonna miss him

  2. Carter was a nice surprise last season. He was a solid returner and made some plays for a depleted offense.

  3. Bears fan here, Chargers are rebuilding? Above .500 and in with the Chiefs.

  4. Really odd that the Commanders let him go. Money must not have been the issue.

  5. Carter was good. He was everything as advertised as a returner. He also ended the season as WR2. I don’t think any team wants to be in a position where Carter is their WR2. But he was at least not a liability in that role.

  6. Excellent signing for the chargers, he’s a guy you want, a do it all guy, commanders should have not let him get away.

    He’s going to find his way into a role with the chargers, either way

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