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Eagles In The NFL: Chase Rettig Signs With The San Diego Chargers

Former BC signal caller has found a new home in the NFL

Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Former Boston College QB Chase Rettig got some great news yesterday, when it was announced that he was signed to a 90 day contract with the San Diego Chargers

Rettig who finished his career with the Eagles throwing for over 8,253 yards, along with 52 touchdowns and 39 interceptions. He signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Green Bay Packers in 2014, but was cut after the third preseason game. He time with the Packers was brief as he only threw for ten yards during the preseason.

The former BC signal caller was rumored to have taken a job as a GA with the offense this season, but recently was worked out with the Miami Dolphins. Rettig was signed to the Chargers after San Diego cut Cole Stoudt from Clemson, so you know, take that Tigers. What Rettig's role with SD remains to be seen. It's only a 90 day contract, which seems like he is destined for the practice squad. Currently the Chargers have Phillip Rivers, Kellen Clemens and Brad Sorensen on the roster, meaning that third QB slot looks like it could be ripe for the taking. He will be joining fellow Eagle Manny Asprilla on the roster.

Good luck in San DIego Chase, we will be rooting for you!