Chargers add Haw to practice squad

The San Diego Chargers added Brandon Haw to their practice squad, a day after he was released by the Philadelphia Eagles. Haw rounds out the eight man squad assembled by the Bolts.

Brandon Haw was signed by the Eagles after the 2004 NFL draft and was released on the final cutdowns. The former Rutgers product has an interception, six tackles and three passes defensed in his final game as an Eagle in a game against the New York Jets. Haw also added an interception the week before, picking off rookie Ben Roethlisberger in the third quarter.

Haw was a three-year starter at cornerback for the Scarlet Knights, and concluded his career with six interceptions and 139 tackles.

He was the team's ninth leading tackler as a senior, with 37 stops, including three tackles for loss, and also added one interception.

Haw also scored two touchdowns as a senior. He returned an interception 61-yards for a score at Michigan State, and scooped up a blocked field goal and returned it 88 yards for a touchdown against Navy. He was named Co-Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against the Midshipmen.

As a junior, Haw led the Scarlet Knights and was tied for second in the Big East with four interceptions.

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