The San Diego Chargers have acquired a new wide receiver.
Veteran Wide Receiver Stevie Johnson, a former free agent, has signed with the Chargers on a three-year contract.
Johnson is entering his eighth season with the NFL. In his career, he has caught 336 passes and 31 touchdowns in nearly 90 games.
He started his career with the Buffalo Bills in 2008 and played six seasons with them before joining the San Francisco 49ers last year. In a game against the Arizona Cardinals, the 28-year-old caught nine catches in a 103-yard performance.
The Chargers have signed eight players during the free agency period in 2015.
So far, the team has also added defensive back Jimmy Wilson from Miami, guard Orlando Franklin from Denver, and return specialist Jacoby Jones from Baltimore, and re-signed left tackle King Dunlap, cornerback Brandon Flowers, defensive end Ricardo Mathews and center Trevor Robinson.