Both players agreed to four-year contracts Tuesday, while seventh-round pick
Ingram’s deal includes a team option for a fifth season, standard for first-round picks. The outside linebacker from South Carolina is one of few first-round picks to agree to terms with a team in early May, meaning he will not miss any field time due to contract negotiations.
Ingram made 19 sacks and 26 tackles for loss in his last two college seasons and is expected to leverage his top-line athleticism to harass opposing quarterbacks as a rookie.
Reyes, a 6-foot-4, 299-pound defensive end in the Chargers’ scheme, has a quick first step and is expected to play inside and rush the passer in San Diego’s four-man nickel front in his first season.
Molk won the Rimington Award as college football’s best center in 2011 at Michigan. He’ll compete for a backup role behind