Liuget signs four-year deal with Chargers

The four-year contract that first-round draft pick Corey Liuget signed with the Chargers on Thursday has three years fully guaranteed, with the fourth year half-guaranteed in base salary and the other half designated as a March signing bonus, according to a league source.

Liuget, the No. 18 overall pick, reached a deal similar to those of OL Nate Solder (No. 17, Patriots) and NT Phil Taylor (No. 21, Browns) in that just the first three years were fully guaranteed.

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