No contract offer for Naanee; Bolts sign Nwagbuo, Holt

SAN DIEGO -- The Chargers have declined to offer a contract to wide receiver Legedu Naanee, who faces charges of public intoxication and resisting arrest after being arrested in Indianapolis last month.

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The move came Wednesday, when the Chargers signed defensive end Ogemdi Nwagbuo and linebacker James Holt to contracts while making tender offers to 10 other players.

Wide receiver Malcom Floyd received a first- and third-round tender, which is what picks the Chargers would receive in compensation under the current rules should another team sign him.

The Chargers placed a first-round tender on safety Eric Weddle.

Others receiving tenders include linebacker Antwan Applewhite, offensive tackle Jeromey Clary and running back Mike Tolbert (second round); cornerback Dante Hughes (third round); linebacker Antwan Barnes and safety Paul Oliver (fourth round); and linebacker Brandon Siler (seventh round).

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