Breaking News: Chargers Acquire WR Crayton; Houshmanzadeh Released From Seattle

September 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cowboys wide receiver, Patrick Crayton, got the wish he has been longing for since the team drafted Dez Bryant in the first round of this summer's NFL Draft.
The San Diego Chargers, who are looking to replace holdout Vincent Jackson, acquired Crayton for a seventh-round pick in 2011.
He will likely line up as the No. 2 receiver behind Malcom Floyd, who ended last season with 45 catches for 776 yards and two touchdowns. He took the place of Chris Chambers, who was released last season after disappointing as the teams No. 1 receiver.
Receiver Vincent Jackson looked to be the teams franchise receiver, but that planned flopped after he has said to "sit out the entire 2010 season" if he doesn't get traded or an extension.
Crayton was a good steal for San Diego, as he will be Rivers' go-to-guy with his consistency, something this team has lacked at receiver for years.
As I stated in a article a couple weeks ago, Crayton deserved to become a starter wit...

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