SAN DIEGO ( – Jacoby Jones and the San Diego Chargers have agreed on a two-year deal, the team announced Friday.

“I think he’s just an explosive player, and he’s proven that,” an excitable Rivers said.  “He can do a little bit of everything, but it’s those chunk plays that you really think about with him.  He’s obviously got the speed and range, and he’s long.  I think he’ll fit in well.  Obviously we’ll get him in here with OTA’s and get a feel for the guy, but I do know he can really run and make explosive plays.  The little I’ve talked to him, he’s got that swagger you like in a receiver and a playmaker.”

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Jones will add speed to the Chargers’ special teams who ranked one of the worst in the league in returns.

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Jones spent the last three seasons with the Ravens, who had him on a four-year deal worth $12 million, which $4.5 million were guaranteed.

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The explosive receiver was a Super Bowl hero in 2012 against the San Francisco 49ers after scoring on a 56-yard touchdown pass and a 108-yard kickoff return in the Ravens’ 34-31 victory.