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Chargers Sign Kenny Wiggins; Waive Kyle Miller
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The San Diego Chargers signed the versatile Kenny Wiggins on Tuesday, reuniting with the offensive lineman who has been with the team on and off since 2013. To make room, the team waived tight end Kyle Miller.
A 6-6, 314-pound guard and tackle, Wiggins spent the offseason with the Bolts but was waived during the final roster reduction. He also took reps at center during the preseason. Wiggins initially joined the team’s practice squad in 2013 before being promoted to the 53-man roster for the final nine weeks of the season. The former Fresno State Bulldog was waived at the end of the preseason in 2014 as well, but re-joined the team down the stretch in late December. He made his NFL debut in Week 17.
Miller played in Sunday’s game for the Chargers, appearing in four plays on offense and 11 on special teams.