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By PFW staff

In you're a long-snapper on the Chargers, you aren't likely to last more than a week.

San Diego signed its fifth long-snapper of the season on Wednesday, adding Mike Windt and releasing LS Ethan Albright.

Windt, a 6-1, 252-pound undrafted rookie, went to training camp with the Bengals after playing collegiately at Cincinnati. In 395 career snaps for the Bearcats, he did not make a single error.

Albright, 38, snapped in the Bolts' last two games before being cut. The team has also placed three long-snappers — David Binn, James Dearth and Ryan Neill — on injured reserve since the beginning of the season.

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