Shane Olivea became the first of the Chargers' 2004 draft picks to sign with the team when he inked a three-year deal on Friday.
A seventh-round pick from the Ohio State Buckeyes, Olivea, 6-3, 312, led the team with 101 knockdown/key blocks following his 2002 National Championship season. He was second-team All-Big Ten right tackle selection following his junior and senior seasons.
With Olivea signed, the Chargers have 10 unsigned draft picks.
Chargers Sign Shane Olivea
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