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San Diego, CA- The San Diego Chargers this afternoon have signed CFL pass-rushing defensive-end/outside linebacker Cordarro Law to a reserve/future contract according to Michael Gehlken of UT-San Diego. Law was one of three CFL players the Chargers hosted for a workout last month. Law becomes the second CFL player signed by the Chargers this offseason, as they previously signed Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman last month.
Law was a top pass rusher in the CFL last season, with 44 tackles and 14 sacks for the Calgary Stampeders. Law’s 14 sacks were third most in the league.
Law, 25, went undrafted in 2012 out of Southern Mississippi where he was All- Conference USA First Team his senior season. Law spent training camp with the Seahawks after being signed as a undrafted free-agent. Law was cut by the Seahawks at the end of the preseason.
Law will join the Chargers in April for the Chargers voluntary off-season workout program.
The Chargers are hoping Law will be able to add some needed pass rush to the teams defense. The Chargers hope to strike gold with Law, as the Miami Dolphins did when they signed Cameron Wake, who was previously a league leading pass-rusher from the CFL.