The Chargers have retained wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu. He was active on special teams and had two regular season game-winning touchdown catches in 2013.
The club announced Monday they re-signed the wide out to a one-year contract. Seyi Ajirotutu, 26, led the Chargers in special teams tackles a season ago. He’s also had three catches for 64 yards, most notably a big 26-yard touchdown in the final minutes of the Chargers’ upset of Kansas City back in November.
When reached for comment, general manger Tom Telesco explained, “We couldn’t be happier to have Serriya Aye-iroooo… Tu.. Tu. Tutu? Uh, Say eye Age I ro oh… Tu. too.. back in the line up for another year. One of the things coach Mccoy said to me once the off season started is make sure we re-sign Sahee I.. I, AhjI? Ahjeye.. row?.. ro, tu tue for another year. So it was one of my priorities.”
Head coach Mike Mccoy also expressed excitement about the signing. “Oh man, once I heard, I was thrilled. I sat him down in my office and said, ‘Hey, man, this is going to be your breakout year. We’re really counting on you to turn it on this season, guy. Now get out there and make sure the world remembers your name. Which of course you know already, so no need for me to repeat it, that would be silly. Sport.’”
Pat, I’d like to buy a “Schwa”?