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Draft Scout Danny Woodhead News
09/09/14 - RB Danny Woodhead had six carries for 5 yards and was targeted as a receiver just once, catching that pass for 6 yards. Rivers, though, said Woodhead is a multifaceted weapon the Chargers must rely on throughout the year, adding, "He's just a real dynamic guy for us. He's not just a third-down back guy. He's not just a receiving running back for us. He's an all-around back. He gave us a huge boost last year, and we look forward to him having the same kind of year this year."
07/22/14 - RB Danny Woodhead signed a two-year contract extension with the Chargers Tuesday (July 22). Woodhead originally signed a two-year contract when he joined the Chargers as an unrestricted free agent from New England in March 2013. His new contract runs through the 2016 season.
"Danny is an integral part of our offense," said general manager Tom Telesco. "His work ethic and on-field production were key elements last year. We look forward to having him be a part of the Chargers organization into the future."
The popular jack-of-all-trades had a career year in 2013. A talented receiver out of the backfield, Woodhead recorded new career highs of 76 catches (second on the team), 605 yards and six touchdowns. He ranked first among all NFL running backs in touchdown catches and ranked second in receptions and receiving yards. Woodhead also posted 429 rushing yards for a total of 1,034 yards from scrimmage, as well as two rushing touchdowns for a total of eight. Adding in his 262 kickoff return yards, he set another career-high with 1,296 all-purpose yards.
11/06/13 - RB Danny Woodhead is getting some of the touches that Ryan Mathews is missing. Woodhead, who came over as a free agent from New England, leads the NFL among running backs with 49 receptions -- a career-best.
10/30/13 - RB Danny Woodhead is second on the team with 40 catches, which are the second-highest total for any NFL back. Woodhead has four touchdowns in his last four games.
10/09/13 - -- RB Danny Woodhead's 31 receptions is the most among NFL running backs. That is just nine catches shy of his career high, set last year in New England.