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Mike Williams agrees three-year, $60m deal with Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers have locked down Mike Williams for another three years, keeping the wide receiver out of free agency.

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Mike Williams agrees three-year, $60m deal with Chargers
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Mike Williams has reportedly agreed a three-year, $60million deal to stay with the Los Angeles Chargers. 

According to ESPN, the wide receiver will sign a contract that includes $40m guaranteed and $28m in the first year. 

Williams, who was drafted seventh overall in 2017 by the Chargers, had been heading for free agency but will be in Los Angeles when he begins his sixth year in the league. 

Williams' career-high 2021 season

The wideout had a career-high 1,146 yards on 76 receptions in the 2021 season, the 12th best total in the league. 

The Chargers were expected to give Williams the franchise tag if an agreement could not be reached on a new contract. 

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