Top 5 Headlines 3/20: Chargers Add Another Piece to Defense

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1. Patrick Robinson joins Chargers

By ESPN News Services - ESPN

"Former New Orleans Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Chargers on Thursday.

Terms weren't announced but the contract is worth $2 million and includes $1.25 million guaranteed, league sources told ESPN. Robinson can earn another $1 million through playing-time incentives.

The 27-year-old Robinson's five-year career has been a roller-coaster ride, including a knee injury that wiped out his 2013 season and a series of highs and lows on the field."    READ MORE…

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2. Five Things To Know About Chiefs Offensive Lineman Ben Grubbs

By Pete Sweeney - KCChiefs.com

"Grubbs is not a player who will take a lot of penalties.

Grubbs played for Auburn University from 2003 to 2006, and in 50 games (38 starts), he was penalized just four times in 2,331 career plays. In his eight-year NFL career (122 games played), he has only taken 21 penalties, way less than one penalty a game.

Grubbs already has a relationship with Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford, the only other player on the current Chiefs roster who played at Auburn University.

Grubbs, who is from Alabama, met Dee Ford when going back to Auburn to visit his son. Surprisingly though, they didn't meet through the football program, but rather when Grubbs' piano teacher informed him that Ford played at his church.

"I was like, 'Really?'" Grubbs said. "So they invited me to the church and that's how I started talking to Dee Ford. He even offered to give me some lessons … he is unreal on the keyboard. Unreal.""    READ MORE…

3. Bengals re-sign Devon Still

By Coley Harvey - ESPN

"A good week just got even better for Devon Still and his family.

The defensive tackle re-signed Thursday morning with the Cincinnati Bengals. The news of his renewed deal comes two days after Still reported progress in his 4-year-old daughter Leah's fight with a rare pediatric cancer.

"It's great to have Devon back with us," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said in a statement. "We know it has been a very difficult journey for him the last year. Devon remains focused on Leah's recovery and on furthering his NFL career, and we're excited to be able to provide that opportunity.""    READ MORE…

4. Frank Gore: 'I wanted to be with a great QB'

By Marc Sessler - NFL.com

"Frank Gore sent a shockwave through the Eagles complex last week when he left Philadelphia at the altar for the Indianapolis Colts.

The former 49ers running back acknowledged that he was minutes away from joining Chip Kelly's squad before making one last request of his agent.

"I told (him) to talk back with the Colts and see if they would match the deal or make it better," Gore told ESPN's Josina Anderson, per the team's official website. "And they did. That's where I wanted to be so that's why I made the decision.""    READ MORE…

5. Jags claim Bernard Pierce off waivers

By Michael DiRocco - ESPN

"The Jacksonville Jaguars claimed running back Bernard Pierce off waivers from the Baltimore Ravens, who cut the fourth-year player on Wednesday following his DUI arrest.

Pierce has rushed for 1,334 yards and five touchdowns in his four-year career with the Ravens, including 532 yards as a rookie in 2012 to help the Ravens win the Super Bowl. He was supposed to split time with Justin Forsett and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro in 2014 after Ray Rice was suspended. However, he was benched in the season opener for fumbling and eventually lost the job to Forsett, who ran for 1,266 yards and eight touchdowns."    READ MORE…

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