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Tre Boston says stranger at gas station convinced him to sign with Chargers

Tre Boston said a man at a gas station convinced him to sign with the Chargers. (AP) Tre Boston had a random encounter with a man at a gas station asking for money, and the ensuing conversation convinced Boston to sign with the Los Angeles Chargers. The story Boston told isn’t exactly a homeless man telling Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam to draft Johnny Manziel, but Boston’s reason for picking the Chargers in free agency is unusual.
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