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Chargers Sign G Michael Huey, Waive Two
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The San Diego Chargers made a trio of roster moves, adding guard Michael Huey while waiving center Jeff Baca and nose tackle Chas Alecxih.
The 6-4, 317-pound Huey signed with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent in 2011 out of Texas. He started 20 games at both right and left guard during his four-year career for the Longhorns, playing in a total of 47 career games. He was released on Aug. 3 and subsequently signed by the Chargers less than a week later. The Chargers waived Huey at the end of training camp, and the guard spent the next three seasons starring for the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena League. He helped anchor the team to three consecutive Arena Bowl titles, earning All-Arena honors in the process. Huey was signed to the Washington Redskins’ practice squad this past November but was released in December.
Baca split time between the practice squad and 53-man roster in 2014, and was active for games against the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs. Alecxih spent the entire season on the practice squad after being released at the end of training camp.