Chargers first-rounder Quentin Johnston agrees to terms

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The Chargers have agreed to terms with first-round pick Quentin Johnston, Aaron Wilson of KPRC reports.

He will sign a four-year, $14.188 million deal that is fully guaranteed and includes a $7.319 million signing bonus.

The Chargers made Johnston the second receiver off the board, drafting him 21st overall.

He joins a receivers room that includes Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Joshua Palmer.

In 14 games last season, Johnston made 60 receptions for 1,069 yards and six touchdowns.

2 responses to “Chargers first-rounder Quentin Johnston agrees to terms

  1. Cannot believe they took this man in the first round. He is a body catcher who’s game is super raw, he has A LOT of work n developing to do before he performs well on Sundays, I don’t see him helping much at all this year. If they wanted a WR their were much better options available , heck they could of went elsewhere in RD1 and landed a better WR in RD2-3 who could actually help them this year. Johnston bust potential is extremely high, his clunky route running (dude only runs 2-3 routes) and inability to catch in traffic struggling to catch with his hands are all huge red flags regardless of how athletic he is there were athletic WRs who were more polished available later in the draft.

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