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Rotowire: Jun 9 / 1:48p ET
News: Liuget and the Chargers came to terms on a five-year contract extension Tuesday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.
Impact: With more than $50 million up for grabs through the 2020 season, Liuget has upheld his end of the bargain following his selection in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. A handful versus both the run and pass, the 25-year-old defensive end has yet to garner a Pro Bowl berth despite racking up 149 tackles (112 solo), 17 sacks, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, and one defensive touchdown while starting every game the past three seasons.
Rotowire: Jun 8 / 2:36p ET
News: Liuget is nearing completion on a long-term contract extension with the Chargers, NFL.com reports.
Impact: Liuget registered a career-best 57 tackles (45 solo) and two forced fumbles to go with 4.5 sacks last season, which followed a 2013 campaign that he played with a torn labrum. Overall, the 2011 first-round selection has appeared in 61 of 64 possible games since entering the league, emerging as the Chargers' most-utilized defensive lineman along the way.