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Good morning Chargers fans. I hope you’re doing well on this Thursday morning.

Here are some fresh, just out of the oven links to get your morning kickstarted in the right direction. I’m keeping this intro short and sweet but I wanted to give a quick shoutout to Adam Price, a Bolts fan currently overseas in the military. He reached out the other day simply to talk Chargers football and pick my brain on the team’s signings so far this offseason. It was an awesome surprise and I’m honored to know he could have tried to talk to anyone else but he wanted to converse with me.

So a huge thank you to Adam and the rest of you military members for your service. Stay safe, stay clean, and Go Chargers.

For Chargers, a Deep NFL Draft Class Presents Several Possibilities

“With the 2020 NFL Draft four weeks away,’s Lance Zierlein joined Tuesday’s episode of “Chargers Weekly” to reveal some of his favorite players in this year’s class.”

James Campen Talks Joining the Chargers’ Coaching Staff

“But now that the new league year is underway, and the Bolts have made moves on the unit by acquiring guard Trai Turner, let’s learn a little bit more about Campen joining the Chargers, his background playing center, what qualities he looks for in offensive linemen and more:”

Chargers’ Keenan Allen names his top 5 wide receivers of all-time

“On Wednesday, BillsStefon Diggs sparked a Twitter debate after asking the general population one of the most-debated topics, to name the five best wideouts in league history.”

5 mid-round linebackers Chargers should consider in 2020 NFL Draft

“Last offseason the Chargers made the point to address the linebacker position, in which they did. A year later, they’re in a spot.where they need to add more depth, especially after releasing Thomas Davis and knowing Denzel Perryman only has one more year left on his contract.”

Chargers creep up in power rankings after free agency haul

“Our friend, Mark Schofield over at Touchdown Wire feels the same way, moving the Chargers up four spots in his middle of free agency power rankings:”

2020 NFL draft: Isaiah Wilson scouting report

“Wilson is a massive individual who brings plenty of raw power, nastiness and potential at the next level. He’s a work in progress, but the upside is there for him to be a solid starter at the next level.”

LA Chargers: Drafting a running back before the fourth would be a mistake

“The LA Chargers are going to have a different situation at running back than the team has had over the last four years. Former first-round pick Melvin Gordon has signed with the Denver Broncos, seemingly creating a need on the roster for another running back.”

LA Chargers: Cam Newton’s release doesn’t change his health and decline

“After failing to find a trade partner, the Panthers had no choice to release their former franchise quarterback. At this point, it seems like all the starting quarterback gigs are filled. Newton is hoping to find a backup role that opens up a potential path to becoming a starter for a team again.”

Bryan Bulaga thankful for time with Packers, eager to re-join OL coach with Chargers

Bulaga signed a three-year deal worth $30 million with the Chargers last week after a decade spent at tackle for the Packers. In an interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio, Bulaga said he knew early on in the lead up to free agency that his future no longer resided in Green Bay.”

Mike Freeman’s 10-Point Stance: Judging a Frantic NFL Offseason for Every Team

“Indeed, this year’s offseason has moved quickly and been filled with huge, historic names, most of whom are not just looking to stay in the game, but could radically transform the look of the NFL power structure once the season gets going.”