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MAY 25, 12:49a ET | Sportsnaut
Rotowire: May 25 / 2:02p ET
News: Weddle won't attend the Chargers' first OTA on Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Impact: Although his presence is voluntary in such offseason drills, Weddle is seeking an extension on his current contract, which runs through the 2015 season. During his eight professional campaigns, he's earned two first-team All-Pro selections, three second-team All-Pro picks, and three Pro Bowl bids, all of them in the past five years. In addition, he's proved healthy, missing only four games in his career, while tallying 19 interceptions and averaging 96.5 tackles per season.
Rotowire: Apr 21 / 7:42a ET
News: Weddle, whose contract is set to expire after the 2015 season, is not present for voluntary offseason workouts, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Impact: Weddle indicated that the Chargers have thus far been unwilling to discuss a contract extension, which is unusual when dealing with a player of this caliber. He has been one of the league's top safeties since he first became a starter in 2008, and he's never played for any team besides the Chargers. Despite his current displeasure, the All-Pro safety still wants to work something out, and he figures to be on the field when Week 1 rolls around.