Source: San Diego Union-Tribune
<blockquote>By Kevin Acee
It was apparent almost from the start that there was no room for Rashaun Woods in the Chargers' crowded receivers mix.
"We all came to a very early decision on his ability to help us," Chargers General Manager A.J. Smith said yesterday, shortly after the team announced it had waived Woods. "We're really comfortable â€“ and I mean really comfortable â€“ with the six guys we have on this football team that have been in the Chargers system."
The early release of Woods also allows the former first-round draft pick to seek work elsewhere. Woods, the 30th overall selection in 2004 by the San Francisco 49ers, was acquired in a trade for Sammy Davis in April. Davis was the Chargers' first-round selection in 2003, so this move slams the door on what is so far Smith's only major draft blemish.</blockquote>
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