Polk back in fold


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Polk back in fold
January 30, 2006

The Chargers announce they've come to terms with linebacker Carlos Polk, who spent last season on injured reserve, on a contract for the 2006 season.

His current deal was set to expire in March and would have made him an unrestricted free agent.

Like recently resigned SDSU alum Kassim Osgood, Polk was a player on special teams for the Bolts.

A 2001 fourth-round pick out of Nebraska, Polk, 6-2, 262-pounds, has 34 career tackles on special teams.

In 2003, he was named co-Special Teams Player of the Year in 2003 after tying for the team lead with 16 tackles. He was the sole recipient of the award the previous year after a team-leading 13 tackles.

Polk has played in 38 games during his career, but has also spent a fair share of time battling injuries. The Achilles injury that ended his 2005 season was preceded by a shoulder injury cut short 2004.

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