Reports: Chargers add RB Gus Edwards on 2-year deal

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The Los Angeles Chargers made an addition on offense for new head coach Jim Harbaugh, with running back Gus Edwards expected to sign a two-year deal, multiple outlets reported.

ESPN reported the deal is for two years with no financial terms disclosed.

Edwards, 28, played the past five seasons for the Baltimore Ravens under head coach John Harbaugh, Jim’s brother. Edwards had a career-best 810 yards with 13 touchdowns last season in 17 games (nine starts).

He added 60 yards rushing on 13 carries in two playoff games last season.

In his five seasons in Baltimore, the undrafted free agent, who played at Miami (Fla.) and Rutgers, gained 3,395 rushing yards with 26 touchdowns on 699 carries in 69 games (26 starts). He added 30 receptions for 374 yards.