Overlooked Free-Agent Safety Tre Boston Could Be a Game-Changer for NFL Teams

The fact that safety Tre Boston is still on the open market makes little sense. After three years in the Carolina Panthers secondary, Boston signed a one-year, $690,000 deal to play for the San Diego Chargers and made himself one of the NFL's better bargains. He set career highs in interceptions (5), tackles (56) and assists (23) while playing over 900 snaps. (Bleacher Report)

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