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“It’s exciting to think of Eric as being a Charger for his entire career,” coach Norv Turner said.

_Receiver Brandon Stokley, 35, agreed to a one-year contract with Washington, which also traded with Denver for wideout Jabar Gaffney and agreed to terms with receiver Donte’ Stallworth.

_Atlanta agreed on a five-year deal with outside linebacker Stephen Nicholas.

_The Texans agreed to terms with backup quarterback Matt Leinart.

“I am excited to be a Texan,” Leinart wrote on Twitter. “Ultimately, I had to do what was best for me at this point. People can question the decision, but it was the right one for me.”

_Lance Moore, a favorite target of Drew Brees, agreed to terms on a five-year contract with New Orleans. Last season, Moore played in all 16 regular season games and had 66 receptions for 763 yards and eight touchdowns.

_The Jaguars hooked up with linebacker Paul Posluszny for a six-year contract worth $45 million, including $15 million guaranteed.

“Jacksonville was very aggressive from the start,” Posluszny told The Associated Press. “They showed a lot of interest. They have a lot of confidence in me, and I don’t want to let them down.”

_Sidney Rice is headed west to join former Minnesota teammate Tarvaris Jackson with the Seahawks. Rice is coming off an injury-filled 2010 season where he missed the first 10 games, played in just six games and caught only 17 passes. A season earlier, Rice was among the top receivers in the NFL after catching 83 passes for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns.

_Kicker Nick Folk is rejoining the Jets after agreeing to terms with the team on a one-year deal. Folk was 30 of 39 on field-goal attempts last season, his first with the Jets after three years kicking for the Dallas Cowboys. He was also 2 for 3 on field goals in the postseason.

_Defensive tackle Barry Cofield agreed to a six-year, $36 million deal with the Redskins, $12.5 million guaranteed. Cofield essentially replaces Albert Haynesworth, whom the Redskins are expected to cut or trade.

_San Francisco reached agreement on a five-year contract with defensive lineman Ray McDonald.